Sunoco 260 GTX 98 Octane Race Fuel, 5 Gallon Pail

Sunoco 260 GTX 98 Octane Race Fuel, 5 Gallon Pail
40.00 LBS

Sunoco 260 GTX 98 Octane, Unleaded Racing Fuel in 5 Gallon Pails is a high octane fuel that is still Oxygen and Ethanol Free.

This fuel is sanctioned by: NHRA, TransAm, American Flat Track, ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR PINTY's Series, US F1 Powerboat Tour

Sunoco 260 GTX is an unleaded fuel that has no oxygenates and no metallic additives. It is used in application that require more detonation control than you will find in typical street gas without the use of lead. This is ideal for turbocharged and supercharged vehicles the require unleaded fuel. Although Sunoco 260 GTX is only legal for off-road use, it will not harm oxygen sensors in fuel injected automobiles. It is also an excellent choice where oxygenates such as alcohols and ethers are limited or banned by the race engine manufacturer or race sanctioning organization. Additionally this product has proven very successful in small bore motorcycles with outstanding 2 stoke oil mixing capabilities.

Sunoco 260 GTX contains additives to enhance shelf life and engine cleanliness. However, as with any gasoline, it should be stored in opaque, tightly sealed containers where the temperature is stable. Handled under such conditions, the shelf life of 260 GTX is in excess of 2 years.


Color Green
Octane (R+M)/2 98
Research Octane 103
Motor Octane 93
Specific Gravity 0.762
Weight (lbs/gallon) 6.3
Reid Vapor Pressure (PSI) 4.7
10% Evaporation (°F) 182
50% Evaporation (°F) 220
90% Evaporation (°F) 227
Stoichiometric Air/Fuel Ratio 14.6
Oxygen (weight%) 0
Ethanol (volume%) 0
H/C Ratio 1.76
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Gallon) 115,800
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Pound) 18,240
Dielectric Constant 1.6
Leaded No

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  • 5
    Great ethanol free fuel

    Posted by Thomas on Nov 17 2020

    Excellent unleaded fuel, having no ethanol is a plus as well.

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