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Old 11-24-2010, 02:45 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jon@Bimmersport View Post
The car was worked on here, a long time a different state its in now, was my old car (my first actually).

If you have any questions PM me.
Oh wow thats cool. Now I know the origin of the car
e39 M5 (s62)- Muffler Delete, Timmay Tips,
e30 325ic - Hard Top, Matte Black
e36 328is - (m52)AA S/c'd, M50 Mani, 3.23 LSD, M3 Brakes, Zimmer rotors, hps pads, Racing Dynamic Strut Bar, Depos, m3 Bumper, Intake, Spal fan, poly RTABs, Eibach Swaybars, Koni yellow, Mishimoto Rad, Silicone hose, Alumi T-housing, Depo w/LED Angels, LED tails, 12' Alpine Type R, Suede head liner, LTW Low rise spoiler
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Old 12-22-2011, 01:41 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by fitter527 View Post
Agree. Ethanol, despite 94 octane sucks for blown engines. Shell 91 is the way to go.

If it's not a blown engine, you're just wasting your money! (IMO)


Sunoco bought out Petro Canada, so that swill will be available at all their stations!

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Old 12-25-2011, 03:23 PM   #18
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^ When I had my Silvia.... I used 94 sunoco and 91 shell to test which would give me the best results.

Shells 91 octane gas is SO much better with gas mileage and the car was more powerful!
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