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Old 06-08-2013, 07:51 AM
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I doubt that the 93 will make much of a difference in the long run, at least without a tuner installed.

Our trucks are designed to run best on 89 octane, but will run just fine on 87 (I've been using 87 90% of the time for 3 yrs now with no issues). I'm sure that someone will correct me, but with the 93, you need either a higher compression engine, or a different air/ fuel ratio to get the most burn out of it. I personally wouldn't spend the extra money.

As for the 10% ethanol, there probably isn't much that you can do about that. I also believe that with a few rare exceptions ALL engines will burn it with no long lasting ill effects. I think it's become pretty much the standard in most of the major brand gas stations.

good luck, and hope I actually helped and didn't provide too much wrong info


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