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Old 07-16-2003, 03:58 PM   #41
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Right...well, I don't race my Bonneville at any track, so I'l stick with the 89/91 octane.

I'll save up for my M3 before I hit any tracks
I completely agree. We only run the 100 & 104 at the track (and on the way to the track so the PCM learns it), and the SSEi has never raced at the track so it has never had more than 94 octane in it.

Let me know when you go to the track with that M3...it would be a decent run against the GTP.
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ya....nevermind on the 104.i dont race on a track....sounds expensive now that i think about it...lol 91 octane is pretty good for the time being
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