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Lucas 10026 Octane Booster Fuel Additive
Lucas 10026 Octane Booster Fuel Additive

Lucas 10026 Octane Booster Fuel Additive

Oval Track Cars, 15 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement

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Lucas 10026 Octane Booster Fuel Additive
Lucas 10026 Octane Booster Fuel Additive
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MFG. Part #:
10026
Liquid Measurement:
15 fl. oz.

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Lucas Fuel Additive Octane Booster is a real octane booster. This fuel additive is tested and proven to deliver three times more boost than most other brands. It's safe for turbos, oxygen sensors and catalytic converters. Stops knocks, and raises MPG in high compression engines.  Safe for any gasoline engine.

One 15 oz. Lucas Fuel Treatment Octane Booster bottle treats up to 25 gallons of fuel.  Not street legal.

  • Safe for turbos, oxygen sensors and catalytic converters
  • Suitable for use in fuel injected and carbureted engines
  • Provides more boost than most other brands
  • Promotes clean fuel burn for fewer emissions

484100261 Octane Boost Additive Safety Data Sheet (PDF)

484100261 Octane Boost Additive Technical Data Sheet (PDF)

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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