Can VTEC engine use RON95?

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  1. civicskunk2

    civicskunk2 5 Year | Silver

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    is like this..for your own good test both shell and petronas. which one is good for your drive. some people like power rather than fuel saving others like the opposite. so its depends to ur liking...to me shell is the worst...petronas however some turbo european cars performs well. for na bhp the best for me. but tried bhp to polo tsi not so good.(in terms of power). for me for std car if the car goes well so do the mileage...if tuned cars have to check AFR...first then can drive to save fuel...

    drive to safe fuel it takes skills...if the car it self is already shit.....how well u drive will not get good mileage...i mean shit is the car shit from factory...example hyundai elantra 1.6 year 2004. heavy car put small engine...sure suffer...

    in this case honda is ok.but i learn 1.8 is underpowered weight to ratio. 2.0 is ok..

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    that was first time ron95 introduced. now they already make ron95 less burning..thats why nowadays no more car burning...u see ron95 ours not the same as other country...the first time ron95 was born, that time it was ron92 or ron93. many complaints...so they up the ron until there was no complaints at all...there you get your ideal malaysia ron95. no more burning coz ron was increased. higher ron petrol hard to burn...
     
  2. kenshin

    kenshin <3 My Lil Honda
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    Can't really feel the diff driving ard in town. Mayb I'll try it when I go out station next month. Cheers mate :)
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  3. Waiora_ProTuner

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    wow, still discussing on RON? all over the world using RON95 as standard fuel...
    In Indonesia highest in RON95....

    Car burning due to RON95?? I agree it's easier to burn...easier in term of what? How much 'easier'.
    There are intense heat, direct spark and compression in an engine..blaming the fuel RON number was really unnecessary.
     
  4. alanvtec

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    bro,try use caltex's ron95 techron..my b16a also have same problem as your b16b..that time i used petronas and shell ron95 fuel..but after i fill in caltex the problem just gone..

    btw,remember dont change to ron97 suddenly,,it will affect the b-series injectors..

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    you can use ron95 fuel for vtec engines but make sure u reduce the usage of petronas,shell ron95 fuel..to me it doesnt fit to the vtec..use caltex..or even esso and mobil quite good..
     
  5. Alpina B10

    Alpina B10 5 Year | Silver

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    thought of getting a fd2r... gonna use ron 97 plus octane boosters etc...but would like to know if the engine can use ron 95
     
  6. mADmAN

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    not without a retune... u should be able to just run the FD2R with RON97 WITHOUT the octane boosters.. they dont "boost" the octane that much anyway....usually 0.X
     
  7. boysky

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    hi guys, im using my H22a Vtec dohc, can i use Ron 98? V-power racing? does it give any effect on the engine or sumthin. Or can i stick with 97. Its not about the money but is it safer or does it effect :itsme:
     
  8. pwhyze

    pwhyze Senior Member
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    There's no Ron98 in Malaysia. V-Power racing has different additives, not different Ron rating.
     
  9. RENESIS VIII

    RENESIS VIII Senior Member
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    Haha, this is why people say 4G92 MIVEC can't achieve the official figures of 172hp in Malaysia because we only have up to RON97.

    Btw, it's been quite a while since I last saw you posted in zth.
     
  10. vr2turbo

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    Some countries have V Power Racing Ron 98 but not Malaysia......:smokin:
     
  11. pwhyze

    pwhyze Senior Member
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    Haha..just lurk around only
     
  12. vr2turbo

    vr2turbo 5 Year | Silver
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    Highly mod then with every fuel of different Ron gives different results. One of my VR4 club member with bigger snail and NOS, achieve highest with racing fuel.....:driver:
     
  13. RENESIS VIII

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    If stock, then different RON will not give much difference?
     
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    Already posted many times, if your car requires higher Ron to run, using a lower Ron fuel, performance will drop, but if requires a lower Ron to run, using a higher Ron fuel gives no difference....:driver:
     

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