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Old 09 October 2016, 08:35   #41
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but if it's used to 95 is there not slight difference in timing required?...going slightly off topic here but in my car tuning days when I used a 99 octane fuel for 1/4 mile and power runs the engine wouldn't benefit until it "learnt" the new fuel.

I spent a day testing this at Dastek rolling road in Fife. Went standalone management in the end, granted that was nearly 20yrs ago... looking back it was all madness, I cringe to think how much I spent on fuel/testing/Tyres and clutches.
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I wouldn't suggest you could get a performance increase, though you might. You will however get the benefits of ethanol free fuel.
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Personallly, i fill up from anywhere and dont notice a blind bit of difference

Same here


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