Sunoco Optima 95 Octane Race Fuel

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Sunoco Optima 95 Octane Race Fuel

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Sunoco Race Fuels

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Sunoco Optima 95 Octane, Unleaded Racing Fuel is the optimum ethanol free fuel for limited use engines of all sizes. It is stabilized for year round use as well as long term storage. 

This fuel is sanctioned by: NHRA, AMSOIL Championship Snocross 

Sunoco Optima is an unleaded fuel blended from highly-refined hydrocarbon blendstocks. Optima does not contain ethanol or MTBE and is oxygenate-free. Optima has excellent storage characteristics, making it ideal for storing vehicles and gasoline-powered equipment, especially those requiring an exceptionally stable unleaded fuel. It is the perfect choice for yard equipment such as leaf blowers, weed whackers, chainsaws and other yard equipment that doesn't get used regularly. 

Optima is specially formulated to be easy on gaskets, o-rings, and other fuel system components. It also promotes quick mixing with 2-stroke oils in both air-cooled and water-cooled applications. Sunoco Optima is an excellent choice for gasoline-powered yard, farm, and industrial equipment and other small engine applications that may not be used on a regular basis. Gasoline stabilizers are not needed when using Sunoco Optima. 

Sunoco Optima contains detergent additives for engine cleanliness as well as anti-oxidants and corrosion inhibitors to enhance storage life. Optima is not a street-legal fuel and is for off-road and racing use only. However, it will not harm oxygen sensors or catalytic converters. When stored in air-tight, opaque fuel containers, the shelf life of Sunoco Optima is in excess of three years. 


Color  Not Dyed 
Octane (R+M)/2  95 
Research Octane  98 
Motor Octane  92 
Specific Gravity  0.72 
Weight (lbs/gallon) 
Reid Vapor Pressure (PSI) 
10% Evaporation (°F)  132 
50% Evaporation (°F)  215 
90% Evaporation (°F)  228 
Stoichiometric Air/Fuel Ratio  14.1 
Oxygen (weight%) 
Ethanol (volume%) 
Dielectric Constant 
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Gallon)  112,150 
Lower Heating Value (Btu/Pound)  18,600 
Dielectric Constant 
Leaded  No 

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  • 4
    Sunoco Fuel

    Posted by Joe Kerley on Jan 09 2023

    Very good deliver time and product.

  • 5
    Sunoco optima 95

    Posted by Craig on Nov 02 2022

    I ride a motorcycle with a high compression big bore motor and it requires a little more octane than can be purchased at the pump. I’ve used this fuel since the engine was fresh and it runs (and smells) great. I couldn’t be happier with the fuel or the service from PSC…

  • 5
    Optima 95

    Posted by Jason L on Aug 23 2022

    Starts second kick every time on my bike. Runs perfect!

  • 5
    Fuel purchase

    Posted by n/a on May 12 2022

    Fantastic experience. Website is easy to use, highest quality fuel and fast delivery. Everything went great. Thanks.

  • 5
    Great fuel

    Posted by Kevin Donohue on Feb 22 2022

    Easy starts and quality fuel

  • 5
    Im impressed

    Posted by Mike on Feb 09 2022

    Optima 95 is a good qualty fuel. No harm to O2 sensors or any of that mess, l can store the car a couple weeks and have the confidence that the octane hasnt dropped under 87 too

  • 5
    Sunoco Optima

    Posted by Tim on Jun 03 2021

    happy to be able to find this online, shipped right to the shop. will be back!

  • 5
    Best small engine fuel

    Posted by Karl Robsham on Apr 13 2021

    Stores without additional additives for 3 years . . . Small engine run much more reliable. . . Just using this fuel I’ve had unreliable tools become reliable

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Curtis D on Mar 27 2021

    Shopped around and this was the best price for racing fuel.

  • 5
    Great Starts and Storage

    Posted by Patrick Filoso on Jun 14 2020

    What a difference a good fuel makes! Car starts and drives better than ever. Perfect for winter storage.

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