87 Octane works fine if you are running stock.
" regular " unleaded , 87 octane
Regular Unleaded 87 octane. The use of a higher octane is a waste of money and will provide no benefit whatsoever.Regular Unleaded 87 octane. The use of a higher octane is a waste of money and will provide no benefit whatsoever.
When put into size order, the middle two numbers are 87 and 94. So the median is (87 + 94)/2 = 90.5
normally it runs with 87 octane gas... i always use 91-93 octane is more expensive but keeps the fuel system cleaner and healthier
The engine is designed to run on " regular " unleaded , 87 octane ( "fast burn technology" )
I prefer to use 93 octane as it is an autobahn tuned vehicle and is a bit sluggish with the customary regular 87 octane (which normally contains 10% ethanol) Hope that helps. It works for me.
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A higher octane fuel(94+). Shell has a lot of cleaning additives to their fuel, up to four times the industrial standard. All gasoline today has additives added that help keep injectors clean. There is no more cleaning additive in Shell 94 octane fuel than there is in Shell 87 octane fuel. Using a high octane fuel in a vehicle designed to run on 87 octane is a total waste of money and provides no benefit whatsoever. Once each year add a can of Seafoam, Techron, or any other high quality fuel system cleaner to a full tank of fuel and you will be fine.
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Is it safe yes, but why do so, a desent bottle of octane booster will cost you 4 bucks, I rather spend that money on better gas. Most octane booster contain 110 octane which honstly I'd buy 94 or 93 octane. If you are talking about fuel injector cleaner, yes that's safe too.
For area that have 10% ethanol in their gas, its best to use 89 octane. There is less ethanol with higher octane. The 87 octane with ethanol really takes a toll on the float seal, just eats it up. Ethanol tends to have a little more water in the fuel over time. I know several people that use 93 or 94 octane for the mowers. That is over kill and 89 will be fine.
The sum is 181
Most professionals recommend that you use high octane gas. Like 92-94 octane.
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it equals 406
It is just 1
The picture can be found at any online parts site. Look up the 94 Quest PCV valve, and there will be a picture of it.
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If you run the 4G63 motors on regular octane gas (87), it is almost certain that you will get a ticking sound coming from the motor. These turbo engines are meant to be ran on 91 or 94 octane. On the dash, you will see that below the speedometer it reads "premium unleaded fuel only". Better to be safe than sorry and spend the extra cash for better gas as well as synthetic oil.