now; that's interesting
I've always tried to use 95 octane, because I like giving the engine an easier time
it probably runs a little bit cooler and has 'less' burn from each compression- I'd always imagined it was sort of 'economy' fuel in terms of head & valve-seal longevity.
Perhaps that's an illusion.
Maybe I'll give high-octane a whizz for a bit, and see what happens
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