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    sorry u people may think why do i always post ajeeb o gharib topics but i'm seriously thinking


    can we use a blend of petrol and hioctane for my bike


    i do this with my cars and believe me they really become smoother with this


    so what im askin is is there any issue in using that or may i just try it for the first time


    if anyone has ever tested please tell so that i may not do something wrong here
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    i use only hi-octane in my cd70. no problem at all. some time i use it mixed with super and sometimes only hi-octane.
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    Right! Hi-octane basically has more octane levels than normal premimum... Though both are unleaded, the octane in normal petrol is 90 whereas in hi-octane its 95...


    Anyway, basically if any bike says it will accept premium unleaded then it will obviously imply that a superior quality gas is alll the better





    I use Hi-octane only for my HONDA CG125 and it gives me to 55KM/L mileage, no matter how i ride it.

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    i have been use high octane in my cg 125 and in result,smooth ride,more pick up,and power.
    i really did feel the diffrence
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    @syd
    It doesen't harms your bike but there are some instructions for using hi-octane. Don't fill your tank full with hi-octane cause sometimes the bike gets overed....... In Lahore most of the racers, One wheelers use hi-octane for better speed n power but they only fill 1 litre or sometimes 1.5.........According to my information

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    LOL... they must be filling the bike for only 1litre or 1.5 so that they don't make the top heavy because it will be stupid to carry extra petrol weight in the tank.... its only natural do to this, even the people in SBK and MOTOGP only put enough petrol to last till the end of the race.....

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    i have read on PW forums regarding HiOctane but dont have much info abt that. i also have read not to fill up the whole tank of bike with HiOctane. it has to be filled in with the ratio of 1:4. this means 1 liter of HiOctane mixed with 4 Liter of Super Petrol. (i dont know if this is correct option to use HiOctane)


    i never used HiOctane on my Honda Cd70 before but i did this on my new unique ud70 and found 30% positive results than before using HiOctane. although i have done only 200+ KM till now so i cannot go above the speed of 40. i think a guy with more knowledge of bikes and HiOctane can tell us how we use it in our bikes.

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    Hi octane Fuel is recomended to be used in engines having high compression ratio or force induction setup. Before putting high Octane in some Engine one shud be aware of exact fuel requirment recomended by manufatcturer. 1st of all the bikes we are commonly using have Late 70s & eEarly 80s Engine designs so these are not much hightech that they require High octane fuel.


    Just adding more octain in fuel does not gaurantee more perfomance or out put. So in absence of any performance part & with 100 % stock setup use of High Octane fuel is useless. As far as mixing of HOC wid Regular fuel is concern, in 1/4th mixture one can increase only 1 octane level in whole Fuel as regular fuel available here is of 89~90 RON while High octane have 94~95 RON.
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    @imranbhatti will hioctane suitable for two stroke bikes like rx/gto?
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    friends im no expert but i use 200 rs hi octane for 600 rs petrol in my cars and what i experience is a smooth drive


    i just added octane to 125 yesterday and i would like to update i used 1/4 of petrol and experienced the same thing in bike that the drive was smoother and lighter the way i like it lollzz
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    @rx 115


    yaar will u please load the pics of ur rx 115 if u don mind
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    jiger ive seen this bike many times never knew its name


    in my home town when i was a young one i used to see these but never thought someone could have that in a nice conditions as yours good work bro


    and nice bike there
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    @syd thanks dear, r is nice machine and easy to ride but difficult to mantaine bcoz, lac of original parts, but i love it
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    what about the dyl junoon 70 cc . can i use hi octane ? and in what ratio? also it is in "runing mode" .(abi tak running ma ha) done 760 km.

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    higher octane means the fuel becomes harder to burn not easier...higher octane is meant for vehicles where it is absolutely meant to be used, not for 125cc commuter motorcycles!! please guys don't assume that higher octane means more power because it doesn't!! research and then come here claiming it increases power on a 125cc!!

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    local bike dont need hi octane ...it is usless use
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