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Reading Starscream's post made me think about offering up this topic to see what people run at their local gas stations. If you, list the brand (76, Mobil, Citgo, etc) and what octane you normally run.

Our local Open Pantry uses Citgo. I just run the normal 87 unleaded.
 

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Mid-Grade Amaco here or BP, I believe other
brands do make a difference, not for the better! :)
 

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Well guys i run premimun 93 i give her the best there is for my baby. as for gas station my mechanic told me its the same **** no matter what brand. but i still go with either cheveron or amaco.
 

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exxon 89/92. just depends on if I just got paid or not. :)
 

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i usually buy citgo or amoco and 90% of the time it's midgrade (89). if not, usually it's premium (91-93, depending). i've only run 87 a few times.
 

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usually 87 from texaco, but I'm happy with whatever is around at the time as long as it isn't above 1.80 p/gal. I also believe all brands are pretty much the same. It's getting to the point where all the additives just about do the same thing.
 

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Mobil, and only Mobil

i used to only get 87, but lately i been filling her with 89
 

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I use ESSO, yes, we still have ESSO stations in Canada, no EXXON.
I usually put 87 octane in but once per month, I will give my RT 89 octane. The manual says not to use anything higher.

IRVING? Only in Canada you say? Only in the maritimes, I say!! I remember, back in the early 70's summer, Irving was having a promo where they seeked out whatever 'good-lookin'' chicks they could find to pump gas. Yes boyz, only gas. A gimmick, maybe, but it didn't do much for my Ford Fairlane 500XL covertible with 95,000 miles on it.

Danny
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01 BLK RT
 

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I use just regular 87 octane, Sunoco has a 94 octane, I want to give that a try one day, see what the differance is like
 

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You people who run mid-grade (89 octane) listen up. It may not be quite 89. I have a friend who works at a gas station and he says only two trucks show up. One for the 87 and another for the 91. The 89 is a mix of the 87 and the 91. It's hard to tell which there is more of. So the 89 octane could be 88, or it could be 90. Just a little FYI! :)
 
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