It will not perform any better on 93 versus 87. If you motor does not need premium(93) there is no reason to run it. It may even run worse.Originally posted by polaris09
[br]I run 92 octane and sometimes i go to sunoco and they have 94 octane, it wont hurt it but if it isnt a 600 or bigger i would probably run 87 or 89 octane, why pay more if you dont need to but if you want it to perform better go for the 92 octane
you only lose 3 hp with out premium in your pahzer, not worth it imo. i run 87 screw high grade stuff, i got a switch for premium and reg i just keep it on reg. but most important is to run ico propo so your carbs dont freze upOriginally posted by roughrider99
[br]all we have is farm fuel and since my sled needs premium i just use octane boost
His machine always had reeds in it. I assume you mean he put aftermarket reeds in it, to replace the stock ones? The fuel has little too do with it. If the engine does not call for premium fuel, then he does not need it.Originally posted by Jake71Racing
[br]It deffenetly doesn't hurt them at all. My sisters boyfriend has a 2003 MXZ RENEGADE 800 (non rev). My dad has a 2004 MXZ ADRENLINE 800 (rev). Well the 03 has reeds in it and he always puts 93 in it and he keeps up with my dad. Before the reeds he couldn't keep up. So reeds do help and so does fuel!
PS: I have a full tank of 93 in my sled! HEHEHE
Yeah we dont and usally if you dont run it your fuel carbs ice up well not if you get it near the city its the samller trafic stations out on the trails.Originally posted by xcr440
[br]Not really a need to run iso as all of our fuel has 10% of it, atleast around here anyways.