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Old 01-26-2014, 09:04 PM   #1
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Gas treatment / octane boost

About to start a new job and the company is willing to pay for my gas in my 2011 5.0 but only 87 unleaded? Suggestion on octane boost/gas treatment
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tell them your car only takes premium and that you will just use a company vehicle
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You can run 87 on a stock tune

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Or you can just pay the difference.

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Don't use a sh*tty auto zone octane booster that's a bunch of crap that will ruin ur motor. Get a real octane booster like Torco Accelerate. But honestly just use 87 ur not racing so for free gas I'd be more than happy to take that 87 all day, everyday! Be happy with what ur getting bro not everyone can get their gas paid for.

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I was just wondering would I run into any problems thanks for the info
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Old 01-27-2014, 05:50 PM   #7
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87 shouldn't cause problems. Stay away from the junk gas that has the Ethanol added, though.

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