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Old 09-14-2014, 06:07 AM   #1
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Tuner and octane question

So im wanting to get the bama tuner and use the 93 octane tune to release the beast lol, but can I hurt the car at all to mix regular and 93 octane gas, and able to switch back and forth between fuel with out hurting the car?

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I wouldn't be mixing octanes if you have a 93 octane tune on the car you could get detonation if the car is under load. How ever I was told by my tuner when I got my dyno tune, that if your driving like 1000 miles or what ever and are on the road and have to fill up more then once you can put 89 in since your just cruising going to your destination. He did tell me though that you CAN NOT get on it or floor it if it doesn't have 93.
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So im wanting to get the bama tuner and use the 93 octane tune to release the beast lol, but can I hurt the car at all to mix regular and 93 octane gas, and able to switch back and forth between fuel with out hurting the car?
OP-Good question and Bama recommends running just one octane to get the best performance out of your Mustang! Let me know if you have any questions or feel free to shoot them a call directly at 888.226.9764 and they'll get you set up!

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