91 Premium or better. The day I can't afford 91 Premium is the day I put my NSX up for sale.
Premium fuel (91 octane or higher in North America), ALWAYS, whenever it is available.
Premium fuel, ALMOST ALWAYS.
Premium fuel SOME OF THE TIME, regular or mid-grade (less than 91 octane) SOME OF THE TIME.
Regular or mid-grade fuel, ALWAYS or ALMOST ALWAYS.
NSX. Spread the word.
93 mixed with 100 most of the time.
On the track 100
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91 (that's all we get here ), but do a 50/50 mix with 100 occasionally.
Well if I had an X she would only get premium! For now, the boosted CRX only get 92 ocatane, with the occasional tank of 100 and a few more pounds of boost.
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As for me, I only feed my baby with premium grade RON 97 unleaded fuel. Since gasoline is damn cheap in my country So blessed Halleluya !!
i just follow the directions in the cluster..
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94 octane Sunoco premium only, it's hard for me to settle for 93 octane. Couldn't imagine having to use 91 in cali.
91 Red/Black #871, Tubi exhaust
BP/Mobil (93)premium for me...
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97 octane for us here - our premium but we name it differently
unfortunately, thanks to my good friends in CARB, 91 octane is the best we're going to get in CA so that's what my NSX eats.
putting less than premium in an NSX makes absolutely no sense to me. it's a high performance sports car for God's sake.
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Originally Posted by C30A4I believe 91 octane in North America, where octane is measured as (RON+MON)/2, is equivalent to 96 octane in other markets where octane is measured as RON.Originally Posted by IsR
NSX. Spread the word.
I use 91 and I think Ill order some Torco to boost me to 100 or so
Never less than 91-93 for me.
However, I do alternate between 91-93 and 89 on the TL.
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Now that I'm running FI, I figure I'd better stick with 94 to keep it safe.
91 octane in California. Higher where I can get it when I travel. Race fuel at the track.
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Premium almost all the time,but the last fill was a mid-grade. Just to try if I can see any difference. No siginificant difference noticed on regular road with regular driving with regular tires. I did blow away a Neon SRT-4 at the light after giving him a two second head start. That's the best I could find on the roads here in PA, unlike in CA where there are Ferraris everywhere. Maybe he was using regular gas.
2004 NSX (No More)
2006 BMW M5
2007 Audi Q7
Those darn Neons always want to race...
Amoco 93 for my vote always, unless there's no amoco around I use exxon/mobil
Always at least 93. If i lived in CA or CO I would have to fill up at the track only.
i know this may be a dumb question. but what about c-16 race gas? i have a stock motor and ive been thinking about running it. any thoughts? ideas?
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I only use 98 RON which is the maximum available at the pump here in Australia...
1998 NSX - Stock
1991 NSX TT - Not so stock...
I use jet fuel................maybe thats why it blew up again.
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Premium only as recommended.
Are you not asking for trouble if you use anything less?
I never ever use ARCO or CITGO too.
Prefer brand is Chevron.
The Mdm Nsx Is Running 100 Octane Most Of The Time And 104 At The Track When We Are Running Her Hard.
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