96 + 93 + 98 = 287
no it will not as long as they are both pure gasoline.
Premium unleaded 98 Octane
NO, it does not... there has been a lot of mis-conception about this topic and being an engineer have been told several times, and have indeed mathematically shown that octane does not affect the efficiency of the engine. the octane rating is simply a rating that shows a fuels resistance to detonation and nothing more. You can confirm this by doing a little research on the Otto cycle (4 stroke standard gas engine) and understanding that when 93/98/87 octane fuel is burned, it releases the same amount of energy. the reason that this myth probably exists, is because higher performance (and higher efficiency) engines use higher compression ratios and have a tendancy to detonate lower octane fuel (knocks). also takes longer for the gas to ignite.
Yes it is just fine to run that. BUT....Why? It will not make your car go faster, cleaner, or last longer than the Regular 87. It is way out of reason to buy the HIGHER 93 when there is Regular available.
If you're using 91+ octane fuel then theres no point if your car is stock.It IS possible its still knocking even on 91+ but if you're never push your car, no need to worry. If you ARE hard on the throttle, using 93/94 octane would be ideal unless you can get someone or something to scan.?
150 octane Avgas (no longer used) 100LL Avgas 98 octane premium leaded (no longer used) 95 octane unleaded 82 octane regular (no longer used) 80 octane Avgas (no longer used)
As at September 10, 2009. 91 Octane: $1.63 98 Octane: $1.81 Diesel: $1.07
bad gas get octane booster
Cadillac 1958 with the compression ratio of 10.25:1 should not run on gas below 98 octane.
a 1999 legacy can drive on both 95 as 98 octane fuel, 98 is slightly more expensive, but still preferred by most legacy owners, since 98 is more efficient and slightly increases performance.
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87 octane Regular.
premium unleaded with octane 98 or higher
ecm location 93 oldsmobile 98
no 90 93 96 99 102 so not 98
91 octane petrol will ignite at a lower temperature and burn faster, which can cause knocking in an auto engine. Lead compounds were added at one time to raise the octane rating, but recently engines have been redesigned to work on low (<98) octane petrol (or gas in the US colonies)
It was designed to use regular gas. Higher octane wont make it run any different. Don't believe me... check it out for yourself.
Low octane fuel. Run a tank of premium through it or add a bottle of octane boost and it will be fine for a while.
It will run on 91 octane unleaded just fine, but it is strongly reccommended to run on a high octane like 98 or similiar.
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The median for 85, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100, 100 is 97. The number in the middle is 96, and 98. Add - 96 + 98 = 194 Divide - 194 ÷ 2 = 97