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The 2010 manual for the 370z that i hope to pick up at the weekend states that minimum fuel is 91 which says to me that 95 is perfectly acceptable but the manual for the 2017 model seems to suggest 98 only. Can anyone clarify this for me please. I appreciate that Super is the way to go but its not always available. :thumbs:

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I use esso supreme all the time,but I HAVE BEEN TOLD you can use normal now and again as long as you are not thrashing the engine.:D

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Inside the fuel cap on my 2010 it says 98 minimum. I run 97-99.

 

IS your manual from the US?  EU 95 octane = US 91 octane and EU 98 octane = US 93 octane, give or take

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Thanks guys. I did download the manual so probably the US version then in that case. :thumbs:

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I always use Shell V Power plus. Personally wouldn't put regular unleaded in a performance car.

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On ‎12‎/‎4‎/‎2017 at 23:44, coyoteboy said:

Inside the fuel cap on my 2010 it says 98 minimum. I run 97-99.

 

IS your manual from the US?  EU 95 octane = US 91 octane and EU 98 octane = US 93 octane, give or take

So does mine

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On a 370, 95 is fine. It's missing the point, but if you must then you can.

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