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    Default Any benefits of using Hi-Octane fuel in bikes?

    Is there any benefits of using Hi-Octane fuel in our bikes? Does it make any difference in acceleration or torque in 70cc bikes? How about 110, 125 or 150cc bikes?

    -Cleaner engines?
    -Bike runs more efficent?
    -More KMPL?
    -Benefits outweigh the cost?
    -Longer engine life?
    -Less problems?

    Just some things I could think of for now. Please let me know what your results were using Hi-Octane compared to regular fuel.

    I want to know if its worth that extra 10-12 rs per liter.

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    all information i have is taken from mechanics, might not be altogether true, anyway thanks for reply and good luck with ur bikes.
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    we had a good experince with HI-OCTANE fuel. In my bike the tank is filled with hi-octane. the bike give to me better speed i clock 100km/h on my bike. hi-octane give to me better acceleration. and lot of fun.
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    Actually petrol grades are measured in Octane number, that is their resistance to knocking because of premature ignition. Engines are designed for a particular range of octane fuel. Normally everyday road cars are designed to run on average regular petrol. But in Pakistan petrol is substandard due mixing and this causes ocatne number to fall. That is why we feel a performance increase in using hi-octane. There is an easy way to find how to fil up.

    Use super, if your engine knocks, start mixing some hi-octane with super. (in percentages like 10,20,30 %). When knocking stops, that is the corrrect mixture, and please do use a particular station. If you use Hi-octane beyond that, you are wasting money


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    two things i noticed

    1 .more pick
    2 . Youll get a new bike sooner
    Im not intrested in cars....Im intrested in technolgy .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaqas1 View Post
    Jitna mahnga petrol hai we should be talkin about mixing it with diesel hehe..
    Now one will go for mixing Petrol in Diesel instead of Diesel in Petrol

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    hi octane has better buring capacity......so yes it will perform better

    it is basicly recomended for certin models but if u want that special crispiness in throttle reponses use it at the cost of fuel


    as some on said it is used in cars with advanced ignition or somin

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    Its a topic of 2007 guys!!

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