Sunoco Maximal 116 Octane Race Fuel

Sunoco Maximal 116 Octane Race Fuel
Sunoco Race Fuels

0.00 LBS

Sunoco Maximal 116 Octane, Leaded Racing Fuel is meant for extreme performance motor sports.

This fuel is sanctioned by: NHRA

Sunoco Maximal is designed for high revving and high compression in big bore, large displacement naturally aspirated engines. This drag racing fuel has especially proven itself in highly stress big block engines used in Truck and Tractor pulling. Additionally, Sunoco Maximal is very resistant to vapor lock, ensuring consistent fuel metering between passes.

Sunoco Maximal is for off-road and racing use only. It contains additives to enhance stability and minimize oxidation. As with any gasoline, Maximal should be stored in opaque, tightly sealed containers where temperatures are stable. Handled under such conditions, the shelf life of Sunoco Maximal is 2 years or more.


Color Red
Octane (R+M)/2 116
Research Octane 118
Motor Octane 114
Specific Gravity 0.713
Weight (lbs/gallon) 5.9
Reid Vapor Pressure (PSI) 5
10% Evaporation (°F) 175
50% Evaporation (°F) 219
90% Evaporation (°F) 228
Stoichiometric Air/Fuel Ratio 15
Oxygen (weight%) 0
Ethanol (volume%) 0
H/C Ratio 2.16
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Gallon) 111,500
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Pound) 18,900
Dielectric Constant -0.08
Leaded YES

3 Reviews | Write a Review.

  • 5

    Posted by JOHN BALLIO on Jan 24 2023

    came on time product work great

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Mike Ertzberger on Apr 06 2021

    I've been running 116 VP fuel. Price went out of sight ($ 1016.00)for 54 gallons. $ 330.00 freight. Checked around and found Sunoco Maximal 116. It was $ 675.00 for 54 gallons. $ 165.00 freight. The car runs the same numbers as before.

  • 5
    Sunoco Maximal

    Posted by Ty on Nov 02 2020

    Great high octane fuel. good prices.

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