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Old 08-05-2008, 07:46 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by maxferran
I think most here will agree with me...

We own and impractical sportscars that are not cheap to run or maintain. IS the 1.50 extra per fill up really preventing you from using the best quality product you can? This is like using cheap tires. they may work almost as well and you may never have a blowout.. but why risk it to save 50 dollars per year?

Also as stated before, the knock sensor senses the difference in fuel grade after a bit has run through and the engine beings to/shows signs of knocking. Why buy an expensive performance car that is somewhat highly strung and cheap out on gas?
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