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Gas octanes recomended. Here we have 93 , 95 , and 97 octanes

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The higher the better. If your car is made for 93 you can without problem use 95 or 97 but if your car use 95 you soulden use fuel with lowe octane number such as 93 od 91 which you can still found in some countries.
In aurope there is no longer fuel lower then 95.
Higher te octan number better the fuel is, it burns faster cleaner and make more energie and can be more compressed.
My recomendation is 95 because it is most common but you can use 97 as well!!!

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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