Originally posted by celi4me:
this topic has been covered so many times, here we go again.
Octane rating only indicates how much a fuel can be compressed before spontaneously combusting without the spark from a spark plug, NOTHING ELSE. the higher the octane number the higher the compression the fuel can take before spontaneously combusting w/o the spark from the spark plug. HIGHER OCTANE DOES NOT ADD POWER. if you think you notice a difference it is all in your head.
i experience awkward thinking also. when i wash my car, i think my car is so happy, it runs better.
dude wtf are you talkin about, so i guess all the NASAR drivers out there spend the extra money to put 100+ octane in their car just so they can say they have it?
there might be a little difference but to say that there is no difference at all is just bullshit.