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Anyway, i want to know, do we need 91 octane gas in order to advance the timing? If yes, is there a setting that i can still advance it a little, but keep using the normal 82 octane gas?

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82 octane?! good God...that's so low. Is that a Canada thing? Here in PA...the lowest I've seen is 87...

But I use 87 octane in my G3 LS advance to 18 degrees with no problems (no pinging/detonation)
 

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whoa 82 octane?! The lowest i've ever seen is 87 around here. I advanced my timing to 18 degrees BTDC and i tried using 92 just for sh*ts, but got horrible gas mileage, so i switched to 89, and it runs really well, and i haven't gotten any knocking or pinging
 

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well, we have like 3 grade, 91, then 87, then i assume the next one is 85 or 82 maybe? i just pump the lowest, the bronze one.

DaBoyNBlu on Feb/18/04 said:
that's why we have an article on it.

if you stay within stock timing specs, stock gas is still usable.
I've read, i wouldn't post and ask here if i didn't and found my answer. It doesn't mentioned ANYTHING about using better gas. Also read the one made by MD too.
 

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That must be a typo. I'm in ontario and we have 87 to 94 available at local pumps. No one sells less than 87 Octane.
 
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