I agree with that statement. The proof is when I started towing over the Appalachians. With the recommended 89 octane it’ll drop 3 gears to maintain 60 mph upgrade. With 93/92 octane it’ll only drop 2 gears for the same mph towing the same load using cruise control and Not using Tow-Haul.
I only use 93 octane continuously for the 8 months I tow.
Just a word of advice for anyone with a boat.
E15 has been known to destoy outboards and inboard engines.
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Maybe we can just bicycle with our President
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Someone forgot his training wheels
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I think he needs to go bicycling near a huge cliff.
After 4 years of hearing Trump is not my president I sure as hell am not claiming the POS in the white house. After all, presidents are supposed to be elected not installed like a toilet.
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Our Costco gas bill for the month just arrived, it was $800. That was for both her 4 cylinder Subaru Outback and my Toyota 4 cylinder truck, that didn't include the motor home. The milage fell about 2 MPG. Living in the Country does have one drawback, everywhere you drive is a serious trip.
I can remember the 84-86 GM trucks with early EST modules, had one with a mechanical tick that retarded the timing so far it literally wouldn't run, with the sensor seeing the ticking as spark knock. EST module said, hold my beer, I'll stop that noise.
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