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Old 18 Oct 2015, 07:17 pm
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165 Compression reading today in my car. Pretty dam high numbers. Most cars 80 to 90 is good. The higher the compression the higher the octane you need but our cars say low octane is what is needed???????
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80-90 is not good. We've been through this. You even have clicked like on one. See here:Compression

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