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Just curious if everyone actually uses Premium gas in their bike, as is recommended, or if you use regular or mid-grade.
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i use premium. i've heard lots of stories about how premium isn't as good as regular though because it sits longer and loses it's boom or something. i also know that the 07 600rr is quite smart and will ritard the ignition so to prevent knocking in the cylinder.
 

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Thanks guys. Here is a good question for you. Today on my way back from school, the bike died on me 4 times. I was on the last bar on the gauge. When filled up, it stopped dying, but I only got 3.2 gallons in, so there was at least a gallon in the tank. Any takers????
 

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Dude, seriously. What does your owners manual say to run?!? Mmk, run that.
 

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I run premium, it was just a general question. I only asked because I have a read a few threads arguing that premium really doesnt matter.
 

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haha, thanks man, I like it too
 

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I run premium, it was just a general question. I only asked because I have a read a few threads arguing that premium really doesnt matter.
I was trying to be funny, my bad if I came off like a jerk- you can never be 'wrong' when you roll with the manual, youknowwhuddImean?
 

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using premium here. I don’t know about the sits longer and loses it's boom thing because combustion is mostly chemistry, and the carbon chain in gas dont break down that quick (half live). also i dont want to take the chances of ping my engine
The octane values isn't about the count of eight hydrocarbon chains... but the count of the isomers of those hydrocarbon chains that make up the bulky group that provide the lubrication...
 

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Yeah lol
The octane values isn't about the count of eight hydrocarbon chains... but the count of the isomers of those hydrocarbon chains that make up the bulky group that provide the lubrication...
 

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ggrrrrrr lol^^^
 
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