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The only scientific way to measure whether a particular brand of fuel with the same Ron rating provides more or less power is to put it on a Dyno with a fresh tank of each brand's fuel. Regarding fuel economy, the difference between brands is likely within 10% of each other. Also, unless the car is turbo charged or the engine is high compression, filling up with 98 won't provide any tangible benefits.

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8 hours ago, Fuzzylogic said:

Regarding fuel economy, the difference between brands is likely within 10% of each other. 

Which one is 10% better?

I want to pump that one.

:D

No such thing as one brand can give you 10% better economy lah!

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I have almost all the reward cards from various brand (expect caltex -no points, Sinopec).

Who gave me voucher i will go pump that brand. Now is Esso using vouchers from Esso app.

To me, no different at all, same driver, same distance covered, same route, same timing, same mileage/litre.

Those who are driving B&B cars and who can feel the differences between each brand, NTU or even petrol companies should invite you to conduct a study.

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2 hours ago, Turboflat4 said:

The Williams F1 team gets their engines from Mercedes. I rest my case. 

And Mercedes Benz F-1 Team used Petronas Oil & Petrol...I rest my Case.

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I don't know how rigorous his testing is but I find his results interesting.

I don't think I will be getting the lowest performing one when causeway open again.

:D 

 

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45 minutes ago, Jamesc said:

I don't know how rigorous his testing is but I find his results interesting.

I don't think I will be getting the lowest performing one when causeway open again.

:D 

 

Based on butt feel mostly. We need Project Farm to do a proper scientific comparison.

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