firstname.lastname@example.org (JJ) wrote in message
Its my opinion that you should ALWAYS use regular unless you
specifically need a higher grade. Read - detonation problems.
Premium sits in the tanks at the gas station much too long and is
usually going bad or already gone bad by the time it is purchased. How
do I know? We tested some stations this summer and all the premium
fuels tested bad.
What???? Having petrochemical worker friends and family doesn't have
anything to do with me collecting samples of premium fuel at several
gas stations, checking it's specific gravity, and finding it off the
Brand names are irrelevant as most gasoline trucks are filling from
the same depot or refinery pipeline anyway. If you must buy premium
fuel, make sure you buy it from the busiest station you can find as
you will have a better chance of buying fresh fuel, not old stale
And that shows your ignorance! The busiest stations are the cheapest
stations in most cases. The cheaper stations are very heavy in ethanol,
such is much less efficient. Besides, we are not talking about milk here,
petro chemicals take months to degrade.
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