i never do ,highest grade always
:werd:Nick325xiT 5spd said:The loss of power and fuel efficiency will negate any savings from running a lower octane.
Besides, a ten cent change in the price of gasoline is only about a $1.50 per tank. It's just not that big a deal.
Of course we've got our own fossil fuels in Alaska, but we're being smart. Exhausting other countries' resources before dipping into oursE28Fiend said:In FL. 93 octane is 2.69 a gallon! Now Im gonna have to get a loan to pay for gas...or shift before 2000 rpm all the time....
Can't we find some of our own oil in this huge country of ours?
That's an understatement:erin said:
Of course we've got our own fossil fuels in Alaska, but we're being smart. Exhausting other countries' resources before dipping into ours
KaliCrapGas was mandated by the state for supposed emissions benefits.3c said:as we are speaking of gas, does N 1 know where/which gas stations ( in the Bay Area SF CA ) do sell higher than 91 octane ?
- why there is no 93 oct. but everywhere so far is only 91 oct. ?
whoa! thats' crazy! I didn't realise that's all we had. Are you sure only 90 days? Geez...BimmerSamster said:
That's an understatement:
according to research if we use the 600 million barrels of crude oil reserves we have in our country (in TEXAS and LOUISIANA, not alaska...that's the pipelines you are thinking about) , then we will last at most 90 days before empty....
90 days? shiiieeet....