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Old 09-06-2008, 10:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know...octane booster who does that? Ricers and what not.

But i figured since my engines performance data is based on 98 octane gas i figured i would try it.

So i put some in the tank, the right amount for the full tank. Im curious what you guys think about this?

The car seems to run better, shifts smoother and at about 3.5k and up there seems to be more power.

So i like it so far, anything bad about it? Any reason i shouldnt do it?
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arent those octane boosters used for cars that have turbocharged or supercharged engines???
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