Of cuss, you don't need all that octane unless you're running a
Max Heim wrote:
> You are correct. The US averages the two common scientific definitions to
> get the posted octane. I believe this number is 4 or 5 points lower than the
> UK standard.
> Max Heim
> '66 MGB GHN3L76149
> If you're near Mountain View, CA,
> it's the primer red one with chrome wires
> on 8/28/06 1:34 AM, Gosling, Richard at email@example.com wrote:
>> The definition of octane levels is different in the UK to the US, but
>> I'm not sure exactly what the difference is or which method gives the
>> higher numbers. But our 98 or 99 octane may not be quite so much higher
>> than your 91 or 93 premium as it looks like.
>> Richard & Sammy