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Chevron's typically higher octane than listed. (archive)

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Posted by Bart B. on March 03, 2001 at 03:36:24:

In Reply to: Any opinions on "octane boost" formulas out there? posted by John D. on March 02, 2001 at 08:12:20:

For example, if the pump says premium is 92, it may well be about 94.

If Chevron is in your area, I'd suggest you use it. Car companies in Detroit buy it by the tanker truck full from Kentucky because it ain't marketed in Michigan (info from Chevron's web site).

And Chevron's web site has some really good information on gasoline, octane, etc. Their web site's link is below.

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