from my own experience i find my bike is freer reving using a higher octane fuel...try it...i think your'll feel an improvementOriginally posted by Routa
There is no need to exceed manufacturers octane recommendations if the engine is stock. If compression ratio is higher than stock, then it's a different story.Originally posted by IrishRider
Manufacturer recommends octane over 90. And the higher the octance, the better the performance from what I can gather.
There is not going to be any performance or economical gains with higher octane gas as far a I know if the quality of gas is otherwise similar.
7,62mm. One size fits all.
only 120 mpg now...i trash the bike everywhere i go..