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Old 05-11-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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What is 93 super unleaded gas for

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Old 05-11-2013, 07:54 PM   #3
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Put 93 in your car without a tune a see HOW BIG OF A DIFFERENCE YOU FEEL!
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Higher octane=better performance including mpg. I put 91 in mine
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Never seen a 93 in nothern cali bummer lmao
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at the same time, if your car is designed to run 87, you wont really notice anything on 93. If you get a tune for it you should. But 93 will allow a higher spark advance among a few other things which help with power
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Whats the highest grade you get?
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Does 2000 v6 mustang take 93 no tune

And what is the difference it makes
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it'll use it, but its not going to be as big of a difference as if you actually tuned for it.
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I use 91 with tune how can get it to 93
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We got 94 in Canada
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It's for advanced timing, if your running it without a tune you can actually cause deposits in your motor from early detonation
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I use 91 with tune how can get it to 93
Find someplace that sells 93.

Mine is tuned, I run 93 non-ethanol.

If your not tuned for a higher octane than recommend, you will see no gains. That is a lot of research done backing that up. If you try, you are just wasting money.
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Higher octane if for higher compression pistons.
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