I did look up but those questions are not directly relevant to the question on 2013 1000 cc make & model or similar. Most of them are about older models and different make.Really, a duplicate post of the same question? Please try using the forums search function. There are a few topics on fuel/gas grade.
It actually still is relevant as fuel grades do not change. You should be using what your manual specifies. There is a reason that they specify certain fuel grades. :hammerI did look up but those questions are not directly relevant to the question on 2013 1000 cc make & model or similar. Most of them are about older models and different make.
Yes, it does. Unless you like pre-ignition and detonation that can cause catastrophic engine failure.I got a 2013 GSX R 1000, the manual recommends Gas grade of 90 or above, does that really make a difference? I have been ignorantly using 87 for 700 miles since i brought it.
I've actually noticed this with my K7 600... I get far better fuel mileage using WaWa fuel here in Florida than I do the others... My next go to is fuel from 7-Eleven (Corporate stores, not the franchises as the franchises can run with what ever fuel partner they want). I also always use super or premium in my bike. But with WaWa fuel I've noticed a good 5 extra miles to the gallon plus it running smoother.Hey, does anyone finds that your bike runs better on one brand over another. Sorry, don't mean to thread hike but always wondered about this as my truck always seem to run better on BP and that is pretty much what I put in my bikes.
I know, I know, it is common knowledge that the brands don't make a diff but just asking the collective at this time. Thanks.