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My cars all say premium fuel required but I am the one paying for it so they get the cheap stuff and I don’t see any difference in like 15 years

I have always heard that unless you are driving a race engine, it doesn't matter...87-89-92 are all so close that it doesn't matter in the long run

I think I sort of believe that 92 helps clean out fuel injectors better than 87, but maybe that is it


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The higher the octane rating, the more stable the fuel (less chance of pre-combustion).