Hello everyone, can you tell me where I can buy the rear spoiler and the sliding windows for my Rt10 from 97 at a good price? Thank you
Do you all make high octane fuel?
I ask because my RT10 is a European version and in the manual it says to use high octane gasoline.I don't think many of us do any kind of fuel additives for octane. Octane is a tricky subject between the US and Europe though, so hard to say what's really needed. I think the factory tunes for the "lowest high grade" available if that makes any sense. What I mean by that is in the US the highest octane pump gas that you would normally see at any station would be 91 or 93 octane. 91 is much more common, so I think the factory tunes the cars to handle it. I'm not sure how the Euro petrol compares, but if you can get something that's equivalent to 91 RON (our octane measurement system) then I think you'd be fine as long as the car hasn't been modified to need anything more than that.
I ask because my RT10 is a European version and in the manual it says to use high octane gasoline.
Here we have common petrol (95 octane European scale) or special 100 octane petrol for high performance vehicles.Looks like I was a tad off on my info. US uses the (RON + MON) / 2 method for calculating octane. The best I can tell from online searches, European 95 is something like 90 here. Same fuel, just different ways of rating it. What's available around you? I say "European rating", but personally I don't know if all the different countries over there actually have common ratings or not. I would assume if you can find anything 95+ (European rating style) that you should probably be okay. Better yet would be maybe 98 if that's actually readily available for you.
Here we have common petrol (95 octane European scale) or special 100 octane petrol for high performance vehicles.
But I don't really know how many RONs it equals.