If the turbo running on 87 octane puts out about 220hp and the turbo running on 93 octane put out a little over 250hp how much does it produce running on 89 octane?
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What state are you in? Some states require 93 octane be sold, others don't. So it may be harder to find. See this list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._states_by_standard_octane_ratingsMy Costco only has 92 octane, does that mean 250hp is unavailable to me?
My Costco only has 92 octane, does that mean 250hp is unavailable to me?
If 92 gets me to 246hp, why do I care about getting that final 4?You can fill up with 92 octane.. then use an octane booster product to get your 250HP
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You didn't mention where you live. If you live at altitude (say, Denver) then the available octanes are lower because the thinner air means the engine is running more rich, so less prone to detonation, and therefore lower octane fuel can be run. I believe this is true of the turbos as well (boost is relative to atmospheric pressure).