Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 13:50:13 +0100
From: Zweef <barboernopsamemotorfiets.nl>
Subject: Re: What fuel for a classic 900 in UK


In article <MPG.184971b159a28afe9896e3nopsam.cis.dfn.de>, carl.robsonnopsamcing-czechs.com says... > > > > Optimax is a higher octane fuel engineered by Ferarri and sold at Shell > > > stations, at least here in the UK. It's designed for "modern performance > > > engines". I don't rate it for the classic 900s, but the newer breed of > > > Saab might well be fine with it. > > > > I'd second that. I've used standard and super-unleaded, and Optimax in my > > 1988 turbo; I did notice a very slight performance improvement between > > standard and super, but none at all going up to Optimax. > Excellent, so regular "premium" unleaded for most of the time, and Super > if it has any problems, or if I want to experiment with MPG figures. > Nice to know. > > Thanks guys. > Now sod off and buy yourself a nice 900 will ya! ;-) -- Zweef

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