Re-producing expert racer FB page , Since he is a top guy when it comes to griving real sports cars so I would believe it for sure :
. Let me clear the facts out once and for all specially for#Pakwheels community!
1. The present Hi octane Blending component HOBC in Pak is 97 RON which is equivalent to 93 octane. Again the site wrongly quotes hobc at 95 Ron which is wrong!
2. The super fuel being currently sold in the market is rated at 87 RON which is 83 octane the lowest octane level available on the market. Its used by somalia and pak only.
3. From October 2016 onwards this super fuel will be upgraded to Euro II standard ( glad to see pak catch up on a standard implemented in 1995!). Euro II is rated at 92 RON which is around 89 octane fuel. The turbo cars and high compression cars (11.5 plus :1) need at least 97 Ron / 93 octane to make full use of the power without compromising timing and sacrificing torque.
4. What needs to be seen is by the introduction of a single fuel standard of 92 Ron euro II / 89 octane the present HOBC ( 97 Ron /93 octane fuel) should be kept at the pumps as if they decide to discontinue hobc and claim that 92 Ron is equivalent to hobc that would be the biggest setback to motor industry of pak.
HOBC SHOULD NOT BE SHELFED AND IT SHOULD BE CONTINUED ALONG WITH 92 RON SUPER.
I urge #Pakwheels to at least authenticate their articles before posting them online claiming that hobc is 95 Ron is a error)