02 Yamaha road star worrior Running rough stalling--like water in the gas- you have added octane boostand gum out ran a tank of gas through it 93 octane in and ran?
dump gas all over it and throw a match on it. and watch it burn
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Possibly but fyi most jet fuels are mostly like diesel, i.e. they have a much LOWER octane rating. Avgas is the exception
try a can of "seafoam" you can ask for it at most auto dealers just get the truck warmed up. pull the vacume hose off the brake booster and slowly poor it in use a 1/3 of a ca…n and poor the rest in your tank. hook the hose up and try driving it up the street it should run better.
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NO, it does not... there has been a lot of mis-conception about this topic and being an engineer have been told several times, and have indeed mathematically shown that octane… does not affect the efficiency of the engine.. the octane rating is simply a rating that shows a fuels resistance to detonation and nothing more.. You can confirm this by doing a little research on the Otto cycle (4 stroke standard gas engine) and understanding that when 93/98/87 octane fuel is burned, it releases the same amount of energy.. the reason that this myth probably exists, is because higher performance (and higher efficiency) engines use higher compression ratios and have a tendancy to detonate lower octane fuel (knocks).. also takes longer for the gas to ignite.
Car runs rough at times and when you are driving its like the car ran out of gas even when the tank is full.what could be the problem?
Could be the fuel filter needs to be changed. How long has it been since it had a complete tune up?
Each car should have a recommended fuel octane in the owners manual.
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always run 93oct in dirtbikes, this makes your bike good on gas and 5 mph faster.
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No, octane is a volatile liquid at room temperature.
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5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
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There is no better. If your car is designed to run on 87 octane then using 93 octane is a total waste of money. The higher octane will provide no more power, no better fuel ec…onomy, and is of no benefit to the engine whatsoever. In fact using a high octane fuel in an engine designed for 87 octane may actually cause hard starting. Use exactly the octane as recommended by the manufacturer of the vehicle. Saying that, if your car is designed to run on 93 octane then using 87 octane can be detrimental to the engine due to pre-detonation that will be caused by running the lower octane fuel. It depends on whether the manufacturer recommends the use of higher octane fuel or says it is mandatory. Most vehicles built in the last few years where 93 octane is recommended can run on 87 octane with a slight loss in power. The engine fuel management system will adjust for the lower octane and there will be no harm to the engine. The bottom line is to use exactly what the manufacture recommends.