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Old 17th May 2007, 03:31   #16
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I've always used premium fuels on my car & never had any problems with it & never has anyone from the dealership ever told me not to use them. Infact, IMO my car performs best when she's filled with 97-octane fuel, it does give a perceptible difference to the performance.
Are you sure that it's actually quicker? I know they feel like they're revving a lot smoother, but how much quicker are they?
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Been using Speed & Xtra Premium myself in my Santro, but haven't faced any knocking issues. Which is why I was kinda curious about this...
In my experience, these fuels with additives keeps the engine & injectors clean, hence the smoothness in the drive. Not sure about the going faster bit though! Placebo effect maybe?

But, I'm still not sure about the answer to my original question...
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