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Fuel type

some one told me that the vtec 4th and 5th gen preludes must take premuim fuel is that true
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Yes its true and also non-vtec 4th gen
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are you sure all prelude need premuim fuel not 87 octane
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89 octane or more
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i didnt know that why does it need 89
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because without a higher octane, it performs terribly, along with getting horrible gas mileage. im not sure of the repercussions of using lower than 89 octane fuel other than that
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what do you run in yours
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i thought it was 91 or higher cuz of the compression ratio
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i run the highest at the gas station. i think costco is like 93 or 92 or something i cant remember
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okay im about to buy on for an every day car think it is a good buy
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Re: Fuel type

woh woh woh woh woh wait...

Depends on the motor. Your correct. H22 Needs Super, or Supreme or w/e the highest octane is at your local gas station.

And H23 I believe can run on plus, or whatever the midgrade is (even though I'd recommend using super or 89+ octane regardless)

but if you got an f22, regular will do just fine. I used regular in my f22 and not one problem.
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well its a 96 vtec or a 2001 sh
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Re: Fuel type

You need at least 91 octane then. And yes it's REQUIRED, not a recommendation.
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Re: Fuel type

even the h23's say in the manual, gas tank, and guage clucter to use premium unleaded only
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Re: Fuel type

yea. when i first got my car i used regular, but then i used premium, and i got better gas mileage and performance. so yea, use premium, its good for your engine. even if it costs you an extra 3 dollars per tank, it will save you in the long run.
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Re: Fuel type

In my H23 I've experienced no difference in gas quality. They all ran me the same mileage and gave me the same performance and all had the same air/fuel ratios. However, I have a friend with an H22 and on regular gas it doesn't seem to perform nearly as good as it did on premium.
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Re: Fuel type

That's because H22's are 1337 pwntage dood. I've never driven an H23, so I'm not sure, but if I had one I would still put at LEAST 91 in it.
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Re: Fuel type

It's not required to run any gas in any stock car. They are all recommendations. How many people out there no NOTHING about cars and just throw whatever is cheapest in their gas tank? They are the majority and that is who the car companies have to appeal to. A car that couldn't run on any gas wouldn't sell. This is why ECU Reflashes work. The factory tunes the car back a bit just so careless people don't ruin their engines. You can make 12:1 compression work with Regular (87) octane, but you have to tune for it (detune) and it will run like ****...
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Re: Fuel type

Ok yes. Technically it is a "recommendation," but it is a FACT that running lower octane gas in a car that recommends Premium can harm the engine. I understand the fact that the majority of people do just that, so the manufacturers have to account for it and "detune/reflash."

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I understand its there for a reason but there will ALWAYS be an old rich guy buying the car for his girlfriend that has no idea what Premium gas is. If she puts regular in and it blows up... its on that company to cover it through warranty. There are PLENTY of people out there that have run their "Premium Recommended" cars hundreds of thousands of miles on regular gas. My mother being one of them. I just can convince her that premium is worth the extra $3 a fill-up.

The consumer does not GET it detuned. ALL cars come detuned from the factory to account for the "variables." Variables being those people who just don't care. Find me a bone stock, gasoline car, that will not run on regular gas... just like when I bought my chipped ECU. The tuner could not pull 100% of the power from my engine because there are so many small variables that, unless you're there on the dyno, its unsafe to try to pull those numbers out. Its the same thing for gasoline. The chemical reactions within the cylinders do not happen the exact same way every time.

Regular gas CAN harm the engine but usually doesn't unless its tuned for premium. It is a rule of thumb that turbo cars must run on Premium due to the increased compression. But SAAB technicians have had their turbo cars running on regular FOREVER because they tuned for it. I guarantee you a company would not put out a car that would REQUIRE premium.

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Regular gas CAN harm the engine but usually doesn't unless its tuned for premium.
Case in point: My uncle's RX-8 that tops out at 97 mph because he has put 87 octane in it for 2 years. It can happen.

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This I know also. How else could you push 20+ HP out of a stock motor with just a different tune?

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Yes I'm new ha I need to sell some stuff. I'm from PreludePower.com ... but yea prolonged use of it WILL hurt certain engines. I know my Mom's car has suffered...
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In my H23 I've experienced no difference in gas quality. They all ran me the same mileage and gave me the same performance and all had the same air/fuel ratios. However, I have a friend with an H22 and on regular gas it doesn't seem to perform nearly as good as it did on premium.
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That's because H22's are 1337 pwntage dood. I've never driven an H23, so I'm not sure, but if I had one I would still put at LEAST 91 in it.
the h23 also recommends premium, im pretty sure,...either way i get 50 more miles per tank using premium w/ my h23
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I used to put regular in my h23 once and then premium once... repeat (running about half a tank each time)... but it had 200,000+ miles and I knew I was getting something else... It aways ran fine and gave great mpgs, but I would not have done it if I wanted to keep the engine around for the long term... It's all 93 in the h22a.

I figured the mix gave me more octane for my money,

(93 + 87)/2=90
midgrade=89

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what are you talkin about???? If the car requires premium you use premium.

Ferrari, Lambo, Top end sports cars, performance mid grade cars. A LOT of cars require use of a higher octane than 83 (or low grade gas, whatever is near you)

Why do you think they make Knock sensors????? Your car requires a certain octane to run correctly. Where are you getting this information from?? Someone informed you wrong.

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So should i buy a prelude for an every day car?
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^haha, good question....

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what are you talkin about???? If the car requires premium you use premium.

Ferrari, Lambo, Top end sports cars, performance mid grade cars. A LOT of cars require use of a higher octane than 83 (or low grade gas, whatever is near you)

Why do you think they make Knock sensors????? Your car requires a certain octane to run correctly. Where are you getting this information from?? Someone informed you wrong.

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lol, they have 83 octane!!!??? I would not use a lower octane than recommened in an engine I cared much about.
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lol, they have 83 octane!!!??? I would not use a lower octane than recommened in an engine I cared much about.
I dont know the exact octane amount god damn it. I was just stating.

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