98 octane PULP only. No problems. Preferably BP Ultimate or Mobil Synergy 8000.
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I only use 98 octane as well, I used the LRP once when it 1st came out but never again, the car ran like shit and played up every where, but I have the hardned valve seat's, etc as well as I built the motor to run on LPG, but I have no problem's with 98.
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PULP is the way to go in almost any car, better running and better fuel milage.
Normal stuff is for the uninformed masses.
to tip a bit of fluid in before filling up is not a hassle at all once in a blue moon
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