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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Titans Fan, Jan 4, 2004.
Was wondering which grade of fuel most of you use?
Does it really matter in the end?
You might want to get a bit more specific with your question.
Lawn mowers, line trimmers, grass blowers, your truck?
87 octane, the cheap stuff.
Da cheep stuff
I was mainly asking about mowers and small engine stuff!
I use regular unleaded (87 octane) gas with Stihl fuel mixture for my line trimmers and blowers. I use super unleaded in my Z.
Echo recommends higher octane fuel to keep the engine from gumming up etc.
Your exhaust port won't clog as much with a high octane fuel.
Most manufactures recomend a min of 87 and some recomend 87 period.
I ran supreme, ultra, super and other (89 and 92) but didn't notice the differance except the end price.
That is why I run 87.
I use amoco 92 octane in everything, things run alot better with that gas. just my .02. The truck gets 87.
Same as WLM.....Amoco 92 in mowers 2 cycle......87 in truck. It DOES make a difference in the small engines, especially the 2 cycle. Just my opinion......