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Don't be a cheapskate, put the premium in. If you run regular you will get knock under load or during high outside ambient temps. The ECU will pull timing, performance will be impacted.
Trust me, car makers don't want to have to specify premium because it negatively impacts sales. So rest assured, when they tell you to put in premium they generally aren't kidding.
|Wondering if anyone could give me the heads up in regards to gas to use in my 350Z. Previously had a maxima that I only used regualr unleaded in instead of the premium unleaded like was plastered all over the gas cap and manual and never had one problem (turned 200,000 miles last week)....does this hold true for the 350z? Don't want to push my luck but no need to pay the extra if there really is no need....thanks|
If you can't afford to run your car on the good stuff, you'd be better off selling the car and buying another econobox than running it on shithouse fluids.
Its a sports car, and it runs better on higher performance products. If the high performance thing doesn't interest you, why bother driving a car so unsuited to commuting?
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