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    #8261
    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    Me not monetary, dinalhan ko purple oven.

    Lahat naman kasi ng needs/query ko attentive siya kahit narelease na oto.

    Nung bumalik ako sa casa dun ko siya binigyan.
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i don't know about the others, but... i never did. and i don't think i will do..
    I see... thnks mga sir... bgyan ko n lng sgro ng leche plan gawa ni kumander hehe... oo nga mblis nmn sla sumgot sa mg inquiry, sana nga kht aftersales din. Tnx again mga sir...

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    #8262
    Quote Originally Posted by noel.mrcs View Post
    Regarding performance using higher octane, I felt it also. First tried Shell Fuel Save on my brand new vios. Nung maubos at nagkarga ako ng Vnitro 95 mas responsive at konting apak lang arangkada na. Hindi cya imagination.
    Bakit sabi nung iba eh "placebo" lang daw? :D

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    #8263
    ^^

    kasi walang back up to support their claim like dyno test.

    it's like... "pakiramdam" mo may lagnat ka, pero iba ang sinasabi ng thermometer . Subjective vs Objective.

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    #8264
    Quote Originally Posted by noel.mrcs View Post
    Regarding performance using higher octane, I felt it also. First tried Shell Fuel Save on my brand new vios. Nung maubos at nagkarga ako ng Vnitro 95 mas responsive at konting apak lang arangkada na. Hindi cya imagination.
    some modern engines can adjust their ignition characteristics to accommodate variations in fuel octane rating.
    some engines perform best with higher-than-91 octane fuels. but the engine does have enough adjust-ability to accommodate 91 octane fuel.
    simply put... engine will work fine on 91 octane. but it will work even better in 93 or 95 octane.

    it's up to the driver to decide.

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    #8265
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    some modern engines can adjust their ignition characteristics to accommodate variations in fuel octane rating.
    some engines perform best with higher-than-91 octane fuels. but the engine does have enough adjust-ability to accommodate 91 octane fuel.
    simply put... engine will work fine on 91 octane. but it will work even better in 93 or 95 octane.

    it's up to the driver to decide.
    I agree! My manual says at least 91 octane but i went from 91, 95 and now at 98 phoenix. I mostly drive in slex and can feel the difference in torque. Planning to go blaze later. So far 98 is better than 95.

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    #8266
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    some modern engines can adjust their ignition characteristics to accommodate variations in fuel octane rating.
    some engines perform best with higher-than-91 octane fuels. but the engine does have enough adjust-ability to accommodate 91 octane fuel.
    simply put... engine will work fine on 91 octane. but it will work even better in 93 or 95 octane.

    it's up to the driver to decide.
    so tingin nyo po sino mas matipid ung me higher octane or ung lower octane.. matipid in overall sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    some modern engines can adjust their ignition characteristics to accommodate variations in fuel octane rating.
    some engines perform best with higher-than-91 octane fuels. but the engine does have enough adjust-ability to accommodate 91 octane fuel.
    simply put... engine will work fine on 91 octane. but it will work even better in 93 or 95 octane.

    it's up to the driver to decide.
    so tingin nyo po sino mas matipid ung me higher octane or ung lower octane.. matipid in overall sense?

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    #8267
    I think if you're just gonna use the car in everyday manila traffic better just load up with 91 octane but for hiways and uphill climbs i'd load up with at least 95 octane. The higher octane the better performance. I can sacrifice the cost for performance. Happy when i pedal to metal and the car lurches.

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    #8268
    Curios lang.. inde ba masama sa engine ung papalit palit ng octane level sa gas? for example this load up ko ng gas gawin ko 91 then next week gawin ko 95 and so on ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by doodzie View Post
    so tingin nyo po sino mas matipid ung me higher octane or ung lower octane.. matipid in overall sense?

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    so tingin nyo po sino mas matipid ung me higher octane or ung lower octane.. matipid in overall sense?

    actually... the most important determinant in fuel efficiency, is the driver.
    you will have to determine which fuel is better suited to your driving habits, sir.
    for month 1, use 91 octane, sir.
    for month 2, use 95 octane.
    then compute, which fuel gave you more kilometers..

    don't mind hopping from one octane to another. if the manual says the engine can use 91 octane, that means, it can handle higher octanes like 95 or 100, without fear of malfunction.
    Last edited by dr. d; October 2nd, 2015 at 09:48 AM.

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    #8270
    Curios lang.. inde ba masama sa engine ung papalit palit ng octane level sa gas? for example this load up ko ng gas gawin ko 91 then next week gawin ko 95 and so on ..

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