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Would you recommened putting 90+ Octane in the New Sentra's or is Regular Gasoline fine?
 

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There is absolutely no need to go higher than 87, unless you
advance the timing, or happen to hear engine knock when your
timing is at it's factory setting. You'd just be throwing your money away.
 

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I run Esso premium, because its 92, instead of eveyone else's 91. Just ahve to find someone with a damn timing light... Plus, it burns cleaner, and is good for the environment;-p
 

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actually.....

audio1der said:
I run Esso premium, because its 92, instead of eveyone else's 91. Just ahve to find someone with a damn timing light... Plus, it burns cleaner, and is good for the environment;-p
its not true that is better for the environment, it burns just the same b/c of your catalytic converter, and as a matter of fact, it takes more energy to convert the crude oil into 92 octane, so its worse for the environment.
 

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its not true that is better for the environment, it burns just the same b/c of your catalytic converter, and as a matter of fact, it takes more energy to convert the crude oil into 92 octane, so its worse for the environment.
I agree too
 
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