What is the BEST Fuel to Use in Your Car or Truck and WHY

15 Spa 2019
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Ever wonder what grade gasoline should you use in your car (what octane)? Are you paying for premium gas when you can just use regular? Are you using regular and damaging your engine? This video will bust all of the myths and tell you the FACTS on what fuel you should use and why.
Many people throw money away and fill their car with the incorrect fuel every day. Running premium or midgrade in a car designed to run regular is a waste of money and has no HP or MPG benefits. You will not make more power or get better fuel economy running premium fuel if the car manufacturer tunes the car to use regular gas in most cases. I also see some people run regular gas in cars that need premium and the knock sensors have to adjust timing significantly to prevent damaging engine knock. I also hear a lot of people say that premium gasoline has more energy or burns cooler or slower so I will put a rest to all of these "myths" with facts.
More info on fuels and additives: www.shell.us/motorist/shell-fuels/shell-v-power-nitro-plus-premium-gasoline.html
Fuel Injector Machine I used: amzn.to/2MeGbnZ

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  • I hope you guys like the animations and all the extras that went into this video! It took a while to do (you guys who follow me on Instagram know lol) but I think it is worth showing you examples instead of just taking my word for it! For those asking, here is where I got the fuel injector cleaner/tester: amzn.to/31kHwhk

    ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš metus
    • Bro you helped me out good I just did the job

      Edy PerezEdy PerezPrieš 3 dienas
    • 2004 Mustang GT. What you think.? I put premium

      Alexander VelazquezAlexander VelazquezPrieš 7 dienų
    • @Veni Vidi Vici I use Costco gas 97 and get way better mileage and engine runs better than on on co-op 97 gas.

      Dave JohnsonDave JohnsonPrieš 7 dienų
    • Is it good to put octane boost in with 93 octane gas

      Joseph SolomonJoseph SolomonPrieš 9 dienų

      Gabi PetrovskaGabi PetrovskaPrieš 19 dienų
  • I use av gas ll 110/130 in my dirt bikes and seems to keep the head cleaner than normal 98 in Australia we normally only have 90/95/98 at gas stations or go to airport for av gas

    clint pedersenclint pedersenPrieš 3 minutes
  • V power in Australia is 98

    clint pedersenclint pedersenPrieš 8 minučių
  • That’s make slightly different when I’m driving on highway

    CY CheeCY CheePrieš val
  • Wow I learn a lot in this video.

    BugattiBugattiPrieš 2 val
  • لايك

    mohammed elhafed chourabmohammed elhafed chourabPrieš 15 val
  • I use 98

    QuubeQuubePrieš 18 val
  • I drive a 2018 CX9 that takes regular octane (87). But, I’ve been putting premium (93) from the get go. Would it be safe to go back regular octane now that I have about 30,000 miles on it? Thanks

    ErnestoErnestoPrieš dieną
  • What do you think about ethanol free gas?

    Nathan SandborgNathan SandborgPrieš dieną
  • Vpower in my country is 97 octane... And the basic octane is 95 here 😂 One of our local gas brand even has 100...idk why do we need this kind of fuel for a normal car ←(*꒪ヮ꒪*)

    TexProductionsTexProductionsPrieš dieną
  • What is best for a 5.9 v8 engine's my friend says 91 & 93 are the best 🤔🤔🤔🤔

    Heath CalvertHeath CalvertPrieš dieną
  • But can I use shell v-power to clean my engine and how many times of the year can I use it???

    Reverse_Aid 07Reverse_Aid 07Prieš 2 dienas
  • I live in Wyoming and I haven’t seen any gas stations with 87 and that’s what my suv recommends. Regular here is 85 but I use 88 instead which is mid grade here.

    Leo LeonLeo LeonPrieš 2 dienas
  • I have a Lexus... it doesnt have spark plugs... what kind of gasoline do you recommend?

    S BS BPrieš 2 dienas
  • Hey, i like your video. My last couple of vehicles have been turbocharged so i always run 93 octane from BP. I was out of town one weekend and was on empty so i had to pick the nearest gas station wich was a holiday, keep in mind this was about 6 years ago. All they had was 89 octane so i went inside and bought a bottle of Justice Brothers octane booster and filled the tank 3/4's full. I dumped it in before i pumped the gas. After about 20 miles my check engine light came on and the car was running terrible. When i arrived home the next day i did some troubleshooting and figured out my o2 sensor bofore that catalytic converter went bad. I'm pretty sure it was from the octane booster? I've put low octane in the car before and noticed a significant decrease in performance. After that experience I'll never use octane booster again. It could have been a Coincidence but i highly doubt it. The vehicle at the time was a 2001 volvo v70 T5 with a high pressure turbo. It was a excellent car! That was the biggest problem i had ever experienced with that car in the 8 years of ownership.

    Ryan PatrickRyan PatrickPrieš 2 dienas
  • I run 100% gas 93 in my sky redline. Regardless of the 3-4 choices they all got that trash ethanol in them which isn’t good either.

    Super CSuper CPrieš 2 dienas
  • Regular has already been proven to get the same miles and performance and it is a fact, ur buying and name like a shoe but a cheap shoe will fit just like the highest, watch a video a when even the experts all believed the highest was the best but regular was just as good as the highest and it is the same as the highest, u just pay more and that's a fact. It's already been proven, sorry u got ur info from shell but I don't think they would tell you that, u can buy good products to put in ur gas to clean it and how much did it cost a gas company to pay a car maker to tell you what to run and regular is the same as ur premium, use ur own gas additive and u know what you are getting

  • Use the type of gas your car says to use

    Enrique LopezEnrique LopezPrieš 3 dienas
  • Wow thanks for the education bro, I subbed and liked and turned on posts notifications lol

    nut masternut masterPrieš 3 dienas
  • In the begining you said it doesnt affect power and 12:30 you say it might affect. So what is it?

    Jeep ZerosJeep ZerosPrieš 3 dienas
  • I just fixed this

    Edy PerezEdy PerezPrieš 3 dienas
  • Very good information!

    Eric SzymanskiEric SzymanskiPrieš 3 dienas
  • Where do I get the blue gloves? And I think I been using H²O for fuel?

    downyourtubeoverdownyourtubeoverPrieš 3 dienas
  • @7:23 on the right side that thing looks like my pipe. Lol

    downyourtubeoverdownyourtubeoverPrieš 3 dienas
  • I drink octane on the daily!

    downyourtubeoverdownyourtubeoverPrieš 3 dienas
  • LOL.... I think you should take the rubber gloves off and hang them up. I am not gonna get into this with you or anyone else but this video is somewhat inaccurate. I am a retired mechanic and collision expert. Have you ever taken an engine apart? Have you ever adjusted a valve?? Have you ever replaced a timing chain?? Have you ever even replaced serpentin belt? I bet you never even took an engine out of a car, or even change the transmission... I am sure a lot of people could appreciate your videos but you need to put some facts behind them before you broadcast them

    Jamie MayerJamie MayerPrieš 3 dienas
  • Sorry. I think you are wrong. Octane does directly correlate to how fast the fuel burns. Which is what causes the knock. The higher the octane the slower the fuel “explodes”

    Tyler PattersonTyler PattersonPrieš 4 dienas
  • Next time make sure to try the diesel too to see how it compares, you gotta show us all the options at the gas station.

    Tyler PattersonTyler PattersonPrieš 4 dienas
  • My chrsyler 200 2011 2.4 engine touring has an engine spark knock I'm using the cheapest gas maybe I need to use a richer gas

    playboy 08playboy 08Prieš 4 dienas
  • Does the gas station you go to matter? I used to only go to Shell because I heard they have the best gas. Also, does adding fuel additives constantly good for the engine?

    Tom WTom WPrieš 4 dienas
  • bro how do you 93 in your state

    igmer barahonaigmer barahonaPrieš 5 dienų
  • My Tesl don’t work with these Fuels 😟

    GünniBuschGünniBuschPrieš 5 dienų
  • Very helpful thanx chris

    John RobertsonJohn RobertsonPrieš 5 dienų
  • my car does not specifically say so would you just say no news is regular? I drive a 1.1l 2005 Peugeot 206.

    Anonymous CavemanAnonymous CavemanPrieš 5 dienų
    • @ChrisFixNo not that I can see. I'll have a look again maybe I missed it.

      Anonymous CavemanAnonymous CavemanPrieš 5 dienų
    • It doesn't say anything about it in the owner's manual?

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 5 dienų
  • The higher the octane the more power you can make thats proven on dynos. Just ask e85.

    Highway HorsepowerHighway HorsepowerPrieš 6 dienų
  • My tesla gets clogged battery cables from corrosion all the time.. Lmao

    Highway HorsepowerHighway HorsepowerPrieš 6 dienų
  • For those of us with older cars the use of ethanol free gasoline produces a significant increase in performance than ethanol containing fuels

    Richard B Kates MDRichard B Kates MDPrieš 6 dienų
  • 91 Octane is not available at all gas station.

    Bob PiuszBob PiuszPrieš 6 dienų
    • @ChrisFix 93 is available but 91 is only available at about 10% of the gas stations i use

      Bob PiuszBob PiuszPrieš 6 dienų
    • In the USA it’s available at 99% of stations (or 93)

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 6 dienų
  • Does this apply for carbureted engines?

    Alexander ZepedaAlexander ZepedaPrieš 7 dienų
    • Yes

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 6 dienų
  • What do you recommend to clean intake or Pistons...

    Jose GarciaJose GarciaPrieš 7 dienų
    • Good quality fuel and keep up with any maintenance!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 6 dienų
  • So I have a 97 obs chevy with aftermarket exhaust on it. should i run just run standard gas or switch to an 90+? what would run better

    Tyler WillmanTyler WillmanPrieš 7 dienų
    • @ChrisFix No it’s not

      Tyler WillmanTyler WillmanPrieš 6 dienų
    • Is it tuned?

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 6 dienų
  • Why not just use an octane booster? 🤔

    lorenzo peduzzilorenzo peduzziPrieš 7 dienų
    • I'm not really practical with the gas prices in the USA, but here in Switzerland the regular fuel (95) costs about 1.50 bucks per liter, while the vpower (100) is around 2, and a can of octane booster for 40 liters costs 15, gas here costs a little bit too much😂 By the way you channel is awesome and very helpful keep it up💪🏻 Greetings from the Swiss mountains🇨🇭

      lorenzo peduzzilorenzo peduzziPrieš 6 dienų
    • That would get expensive fast if you did that on every tank!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 6 dienų
  • What if my car takes 87 but there’s only 86, 88, or 89 . Should I use 86 or 87? Thank you so much for the info 👍🏽

    Ilu ReyIlu ReyPrieš 7 dienų
  • In Utah, the gasoline pumps are generally 85/87/91 octane ratings, respectively. It has something to do with altitude.

    David TrujilloDavid TrujilloPrieš 7 dienų
  • Honestly in my country (Czech republic) we have usually 3 types of gasoline- natural 95, 95 premium or natural 100

    Mat YesMat YesPrieš 7 dienų
  • What type of electricity should I use? 😂

    JakerJakerPrieš 7 dienų
  • Laughs in e85 corn boi :^)

    The Stig's Japanese CousinThe Stig's Japanese CousinPrieš 7 dienų
  • Are you a criminal, as you never show your face, have you got something to hide??

    EdwardEdwardPrieš 8 dienų
  • In Australia we have 91,95 and 98

    The BigFellahThe BigFellahPrieš 8 dienų
    • (91 = US 87) (95 = US 91) (98 = US 92)

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 7 dienų
  • Chris you are a legend! I just upgraded to a newer car and didn't realise it required 95 octane, so I filled with 91, which is what my older car took (i'm in Australia, we go by RON). I watched this video hoping to find some good news that I didn't just destroy my engine, and in comes Chris to save the day - Octane booster! I had no idea the product even existed and it was exactly the solution that I needed. Thank you so much again, I always appreciate your videos and the easy to understand explanations. I'm sending you good vibes always xx

    Nica LaneNica LanePrieš 8 dienų
  • Awesome video thanks. You Crazy Smart Ma Man!

    Mr.Benjamin FranklinMr.Benjamin FranklinPrieš 8 dienų
  • Why doesn’t California have 93 octane

    Mark GeeMark GeePrieš 8 dienų
  • Incredible video! Awesome!! Thank you and Happy New Year🙏🏾

    Stevo Joyce Fitness and LifestyleStevo Joyce Fitness and LifestylePrieš 8 dienų
  • You're an awesome guy. That's all. Cheers.

    Omari HarrisonOmari HarrisonPrieš 8 dienų
  • Delast300z. El dueler told me use plus I put lower and the car cough.non turbo car use like most cars is70.

    Victor MenaVictor MenaPrieš 8 dienų
  • Chris has literally saved people millions of dollars with this channel.

    InuranusBrokoffInuranusBrokoffPrieš 8 dienų
    • Also has made himself millions of dollars

      The ListThe ListPrieš 9 val
  • Chris , you are so right. I have a Toyota Tacoma with 230k miles. The other day I put 87 octanes from 7 Eleven then car almost shut off. So I went back to Toyota dealer then advisor told me I probably had water in gas. He told me :”to get rid of the water you need to put a higher octane to burn off all the water in the gas tank.”

    Tech GuyTech GuyPrieš 9 dienų
  • Somewhere out there is a gas pump missing it's octane rating stickers and a very confused woman wondering what to do.

    Larry AndrewsLarry AndrewsPrieš 9 dienų
  • Will all be gone by time the Ozone poops on us,enjoy our toys now fellows life's short!!

    Bob CaracappaBob CaracappaPrieš 9 dienų

    Bob CaracappaBob CaracappaPrieš 9 dienų
  • How about you just google what gas your car requires

    Chris OrobelloChris OrobelloPrieš 9 dienų
  • I’m a BMW mechanic and I constantly have to explain why 87 octane doesn’t belong in ANY BMW. I have to explain why there are super knocking codes in the engine brain and poor performance... I have to explain they drive a BMW and the extra 5 bucks a tank to buy the correct fuel shouldn’t be an issue to a BMW owner... no one thinks about that. The average person goes through 4 tanks a month... that’s 20 bucks a month extra to use the correct fuel. I always say, if you’re worried about 20 bucks a month, then maybe a BMW isn’t for you... excellent video, very well done!

    kylekylePrieš 9 dienų
  • Is it okay to put octane boost with 93 octane gas

    Joseph SolomonJoseph SolomonPrieš 9 dienų
  • What you maybe don't really address is: okay imagine if the car says go medium fuel, but you have been running it on premium all it's life. It's not like it's hurting the engine to run premium over mid. So i'm assuming you can still keep on doing this because it gives you a lot more peace of mind over the carbon build ups? Or will the premium not perform any better at all on a mid fuel car since it's not gonna protect and clean it more and or better than medium fuel?

    J DBJ DBPrieš 9 dienų
    • @ChrisFix Okay, thanks Chris. Since it's not me paying for fuel, i'll just keep putting in shell v power and just enjoy the peace of mind. :)

      J DBJ DBPrieš 9 dienų
    • Depends on the additives used for talking about carbon buildup, and on a car the requires mid grade it doesn't matter whether you use premium or mid grade all its life, as if you decide to put in mid grade one day, the computer will adjust and you shouldn't have any issues!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 9 dienų
  • My manual says 87 or higher. So should I just use 87?

    mspazminomspazminoPrieš 10 dienų
    • Yes! That's exactly what your car is made for. There's no point in buying gas with a higher octane, since your car is made for 87. Your car won't benefit from higher octane. It can run it. But that doesn't mean you should, due to it being so much more expensive and offering no added benefits. High octane gas is usually meant for high end exotic imports, like Ferrari, Lamborghini etc.. Or for high performance cars like the 600 HP+ Mustangs and Corvettes. Not your daily driver.

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 10 dienų
  • i'm 50 plus. i learned alot from this, thanks. my tundra has had 87 all 5 years of its life 65k miles), i'm going to run some of the cleaner fuel thru. will the 89 clean it or do i have to use the 93 to get the engine clean? ( no knocking , yet . just want to do some cleaning) ??

    doug mdoug mPrieš 10 dienų
    • Your far better off running a can of Seafoam in your truck. One can treats 16 gallons of gasoline. So two cans poured into a *"full tank"* of gas for your Tundra, will be fine. (That's enough to treat 32 gallons.) This will clean your engine far more effectively and quickly. All grades of gas (Especially Top Tier Rated) basically have the same amount of additives.

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 10 dienų
  • So would 91 clean the insides of my car better then 87, if my SUV manual says to use 87.

    isaac rothisaac rothPrieš 10 dienų
    • Depends on the additive package used and how dirty the fuel system is!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 10 dienų
  • I like these types of videos, veryfing information and debunking myths.

    Brian SmithBrian SmithPrieš 11 dienų
  • Damn, gas 2.43.

    Creekland MiddleCreekland MiddlePrieš 11 dienų
  • Why couldn’t he just tell us witch one to use for certain cars

    Kevin LoveshadeckKevin LoveshadeckPrieš 11 dienų
    • @ChrisFix yes idiot, I would have learned WITCH ONE TO USE FOR CERTAIN CARS but it’s wtv I understand you got to get your little extra time for adds and wtv

      Kevin LoveshadeckKevin LoveshadeckPrieš 11 dienų
    • Would you have learned anything if I had just told you?

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 11 dienų
  • Great info.

    paul quinnpaul quinnPrieš 12 dienų
    • Glad it was helpful!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 11 dienų
  • I blew a headgasket, running lower grade in a turbo if it says use premium USE IT. PERIOD

    D⃝ R⃝ I⃝ P⃝ P⃝D⃝ R⃝ I⃝ P⃝ P⃝Prieš 12 dienų
    • Darn, thanks for sharing!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 12 dienų
  • I can't believe I just watched a 16 minute video on gasoline!!!! Shame on me!!!!!!!

    T BT BPrieš 12 dienų
    • Never a bad thing to be more educated!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 12 dienų
  • This just convinced me to get a Tesla.

    SworksSworksPrieš 13 dienų
  • I’ve been useing premium in my 86 caprice for five years...

    • 🙈Wow...all that extra money for no reason...👎👎👎

      Tee KayTee KayPrieš dieną
  • Chris great video, I just purchased a 87 ford f150 5.0 302 engine. I have dual tanks, I was told to run premium by the previous owner. I filled front tank with 87 and I'm getting knocking. The rear tank I filled with 93 I don't hear it as much. The truck has 180,000 miles on it. Should I be looking into what could be causing this, could it be the injectors or timing. I rather run what it calls for back in the day, and that was 87. Anything you can direct me to check out. Thank you, great videos you make

    Nick PanheadNick PanheadPrieš 13 dienų
    • @Scootaloo thanks Chris for getting back to me, truck is in really great shape. It runs good except for when I run the lower octane

      Nick PanheadNick PanheadPrieš 9 dienų
    • You need a tune up for sure probably. It should run on 87 octane perfectly. But is sounds like you may have bad lifters. May be time for an engine rebuild.

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 10 dienų
  • This is a great video. Good production quality. Great explanation. Clear and eloquent presentation. Excellent; looking forward to seeing more content.

    Jorge RodriguezJorge RodriguezPrieš 13 dienų
  • Hi Chris Really informative videos. You busted lot of myths for me. I have a question. Whenever i fill my car to the full, initially it cranks up and later after 3-5 seconds starts. This is not repeated afterwards. I have observed it only cranks up after every fill and i always fill my car to the full tank. What do you think.

    KHANKHANPrieš 13 dienų
  • 13:02 he didn`t change the license plate of the thunderbird its CL55

    Elektronika dla początkującychElektronika dla początkującychPrieš 13 dienų

    Alexi DominguezAlexi DominguezPrieš 13 dienų
  • One thing that I am curious about is, what could happen to an engine with way too much octane? Could it cause problems?

    David LincolnDavid LincolnPrieš 13 dienų
  • In malaysia we only have ron95 and ron97

    easy 420easy 420Prieš 13 dienų
    • Interesting, thanks for sharing!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 13 dienų
  • you can smell the difference when you start yo car

    Ayden LangoAyden LangoPrieš 14 dienų
    • Thanks for sharing!

      ChrisFixChrisFixPrieš 13 dienų
  • Great video

    Yanky KaliforniaYanky KaliforniaPrieš 14 dienų
  • They may burn with the same energy or whatever science you used but I can tell you from real world experience I used 89 in my new 2019 f150 lifted 6 inches with 35 inch tires and 22 inch rims and got 14 miles per gallon . When I used 93 I got 16 miles per gallon and definitely could tell a major difference in power with 93 octane

    Don J MartelliDon J MartelliPrieš 14 dienų
  • I use what the owner's manual says I should use, non-ethanol if I can get it.

    Michelle NixonMichelle NixonPrieš 14 dienų
  • ...why am I even watching this? I live in Italy... Subbed, mamma mia. And happy new beginning! 😁👍

    Rex TransformationRex TransformationPrieš 15 dienų
  • Dont be a cheap ass and pump 91!!! Your car will run better!!

    Jesus RomofoJesus RomofoPrieš 15 dienų
  • Can i use Premium on a Regular gas car just to keep it clean?

    DJ WakademiksDJ WakademiksPrieš 15 dienų
  • So the normal in America is worse than the normal in EU.

    JonasJonasPrieš 15 dienų
    • @Scootaloo And yes most of the older gasoline vehicles can run on it. However newer stuff usually requires 95 or higher.

      JonasJonasPrieš 15 dienų
    • @Scootaloo that is right however we got lowest 95 which is the same as your 89 or at least close.

      JonasJonasPrieš 15 dienų
    • You didn't watch the video. 😉 Octane in the US is measured differently than it is in the EU. For example, 99 octane sold at Tesco or Shell in the UK, is the same as 93 octane gas in the US. The US and Canada uses the Mon and Ron method averaged out. (R+M)/2. Now regular gas isnt sold in the UK. It's one of the few countries on Earth that is completely ripped off. Most cars and even large gas trucks, are all made to run on a 87 octane gas. (91 octane in Europe) Even most cars in the UK run just fine on 87 octane gas. (91) Most countries sell 91 octane in Europe and Australia as well. 91 octene (87 octane) is all that's needed for 90% of the worlds modern vehicles. Even the all new Ford Godzilla big block 444 CI (7.3 liter) pushrod V8 for F-250 ~ F-750 Super duty trucks runs on 87 octane gas perfectly. And it's used in large vehicles weighing as much as 26,000 lbs or more. The most common octane grades sold in the US are 87, 89, 91 and 93/94 octane. (EU Equivalents of 91, 93, 95, 99/100 octane)

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 15 dienų
  • Omg your v power is 93 octane my audi tt is mapped to 99 octane

    Chris JohnsonChris JohnsonPrieš 15 dienų
    • You didn't watch the video fully. The US and Canada, uses a different octane rating system here in North America. 93 octane in the US = 99 octane in the UK. 😉

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 15 dienų
  • This LTworlds channel is one of the best I’ve run into very detailed love it 🥂👌🏽

    Isaiah SalinasIsaiah SalinasPrieš 16 dienų
  • Question. Sxs in the winter -25c why will it start easy on 87 and not at 93?

    ClaytonClaytonPrieš 16 dienų
    • 93 octane gas is harder to compress and detonate in your engine. 93 octane is made only for high compression engines. lower compression engines will have a hard time burning it and wont burn it all the way through.

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 15 dienų
  • The cheapest gas is the best! I push my gas pedal and the vehicle goes forward like it should. If I want more power I just push the gas pedal further to the floor.

    Jim JohnsonJim JohnsonPrieš 16 dienų
  • So if I have a vehicle with high mileage how much fuel (90+) to clean it up again? A tank 5 tanks or what?

    Neil DeWittNeil DeWittPrieš 16 dienų
  • Super premium, I have a 5.7 hemi and in the owners manual it tells me that I can only use super premium gas, if i use the shit gas, I'll have to go to the dealership and have them reset my fuel system or something like that, So I only use premium 93😁👍,

    Drey 200008Drey 200008Prieš 16 dienų
  • I like this one😆

    Dayiro RwigemaDayiro RwigemaPrieš 16 dienų
  • In Netherlands we have 95 and 98 already higher

    Null FactorNull FactorPrieš 17 dienų
    • You didn't watch the video. The US and Canada uses a different method for determining octane. 93/94 octane in the US = 99/100 octane in Europe. 😉

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 15 dienų
  • Picking a car on any video game ever 0:17

    ArthurFleckArthurFleckPrieš 17 dienų
  • We in Colorado have: Regular 85 Plus 87 Premium 91 Majority of people use 85. Costco has only 85 and 91 in our state.

    Dean BushDean BushPrieš 17 dienų
    • Scootaloo I agree with your comment and can’t understand why people in Denver put 85 junk in their cars just to save some pennies. I always owned vehicles with high performing engines where 91 is required. I’d personally put 93 in my current car, but it is not available here.

      Dean BushDean BushPrieš 14 dienų
    • Fun fact: 85 octane also voids your vehicle manufacturer's warranty if the dealer were to test your fuel. Only 4 states legally sell 85 octane. And only above 5,000 ft, in sea level. 85 octane can damage your engine under altitudes of 5,000 ft. 85 octane is very illegal in the rest of the remaining 46 states. The auto industry officially recognises 87 octane as the lowest grade in the US. And this is the grade all cars are mostly engineered to. Its ok to run 85 octane above 5,000 ft, in say Denver Colorado. But you would want to refuel if you go under 5,000 ft. with higher octane gas. I personally would fuel with the 87 octane as that's considered "regular" at any sea level height and recognized nationwide. Plus it won't void warranty.

      ScootalooScootalooPrieš 15 dienų