Q16 will work well in any drag racing or circle track application -- naturally aspirated, nitrous or blowers. Q16 is highly oxygenated, requiring a 4-6% increase in fuel flow, which will make 3-5% more power than competitive 116 octane fuels. Q16's oxygenation will significantly expand the range of air/fuel ratio acceptability, so performance will be more consistent and won't vary as dramatically with altitude or density changes. For bracket racers, variations in ET from run to run will be substantially reduced. This added fuel flow also effectively increases its octane by 6-8 numbers above its standard ASTM octane rating.
Motor Octane 116
Research Octane: 120+
Specific Gravity: .716 at 60° F
What are you running now? How much compression?
I run C12 at about 14:1 and don't have any issues
vpracingfuels.com there is a tuning section that has a bunch of info on Q16