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I know having a big dyno # is nice, but if I was paying to dyno tune I would want it to be with the gas I would run every day. If the extra octane allows them to add more than they should with reg gas then you could lose all that power if your engine knocks and pulls the timing?

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I know having a big dyno # is nice, but if I was paying to dyno tune I would want it to be with the gas I would run every day. If the extra octane allows them to add more than they should with reg gas then you could lose all that power if your engine knocks and pulls the timing?

 

:withstupid: I would stick with a high octane pump gas......93 octane or whatever is available in your area. :chevy:

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