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This is a map showing locations of 93 octane gas stations in the United States for cars that require premium 93 octane gasoline.
When tuning, about 1-2% more horsepower with 93 octane. (I looked at dynos for the COBB AccessPort, which is an ECU reflash that has separate mappings for 91 and 93 octane - on a ~220whp Subaru WRX, the difference was about 2-3whp.) If you go from out of state to California, where there is 91 octane, you will lose a few horsepower on tuning.
You can locate a gas station that sells 93 octane gas by visiting Find93.com. According to Exxon and Mobil, their premium unleaded gasoline often has a 93 octane level, and gas stations can be located using the Station Finder function on the website.
Slightly better fuel economy is there, but it’s not worth the huge price gap from regular to premium.” Most gas stations offer three octane levels: regular (about 87), mid-grade (about 89) and premium (91 to 93). Some gas stations may offer up to five different octane ratings, including a super premium, which typically has a rating of 93.
Nearly every gas station in America will have some form of range from 87 to 93. To put it in perspective, racing fuel uses 100 octane, and gas in Third World countries can dip below 85. Getty Images
The price for 93 Octane is $3.50 and the price for 87 Octane is $3.10 for our example. A full tank of 93 Octane will cost $35.00 while a tank of 87 Octane will cost $31.00.Driving on the 93 Octane yields 25 mpg so the driver is able to pass 250 miles for $35.00 dollars and the cost per mile will $0.14.
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An octane rating, or octane number, is a standard measure of the performance of an engine or aviation fuel. The higher the octane number, the more compression the fuel can withstand before detonating (igniting).