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Old 15-01-2018, 15:21   #1
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Higher RON fuel

Hi all,

Is anyone running a higher RON fuel in their road car?

Just weighing up the pro's and con's really for running 100 ron, and if it's worth the extra £2 per litre (probably not).

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Old 15-01-2018, 18:50   #2
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I run 99 Ron in both my Evo and my daily, I get better mpg in my daily with 99 ron so the extra cost is balanced out by the better mpg. I don’t check the evo’s mpg, it’s not that type of car
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On a road car that is driven regularly then race fuel will empty your bank account.

I use panta xs in my skyline which is a predominantly road car with a bit of drag racing use once a month but it only sees 2k miles a year max, usually much less and it's expensive to fuel for any random Sunday drives I go out on
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