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What is regular 87 octane gas called?
Ordinary 87 octane unleaded gas was called ‘unleaded’, and was used for the (then) newer, catalytic converter equipped cars. Without leaded gas, the term ‘regular’ has come to mean 87 octane unleaded gas. Subsequently, question is, what is regular gasoline?
What is the difference between 87 and 91 fuel?
Regular 87 fuel burns slower than Premium 91 fuel, which will burn hotter and create more combustion. This is why most day-to-day cars can be filled with regular unleaded, while performance vehicles warrant Premium.
What is the difference between 88 plus grade gas and premium gas?
Plus grade gas carries an 88 to 90 octane level rating, with an 89 average. Premium gas comes with a 90 plus octane rating that averages out to about 92. Fuels of different grades will not burn the same way.
What happens if you mix 87 octane and 91 octane?
(In laymen鈥檚 terms, if you coat a piece of cloth in Regular 87 and another in Premium 91, theoretically the Premium 91-soaked cloth will burn up faster.) Is a higher octane fuel worth the price?