Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 16:20:15 GMT
From: "Johan A" <wheelie82nopsama.com>
Subject: SV: 9000 aero fuel


After refueling today with 98, I went for a hard test-drive, and its just as you said, the boost gauge goes a bit deeper into the red zone for a longer time, and the turbo starts boosting on a bit lower revs.. I think I'll stay on with 98... /Johan "Mathias" <_nopsamm> skrev i meddelandet news:392296A1.BFF3C1B3nopsamm... > If you dont notice any difference, run it on 95. > > In my experience there is a significant difference. What you might have noticed > is that when you run it on 98 instead boost preasure is not decreased as much as > with 95 on high revs. Also, wich may be easier to see and feel, boost preasure > build up is "much" smoother with 98. > > For a standard car these differences may be small (not on my car though), on a > tuned car the difference is often significant since the ECU software is > optimized for 98. > > Ok? > > /Mathias > > 9000 Aero -91 > > > > Johan A wrote: > > > Hi! > > Here in sweden we have two unleaded fuels to chose from;95 or 98 octane. 98 > > octane is recommended for my 9000 aero, but previously owner ran on 95 > > because he did'nt notice any big differences. > > What should I use? The 98 is more expensive and you can't buy it everywhere? > > > > /Johan >

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