Stop popping w/higher octane
With all the recent threads and posts on exhaust popping, I offer my humble opinion
....use a higher octane!
The placard (see pic below) in my toolbox tells me to use 91 octane or higher. I can't buy 91 around here so I go with the 93. With proper adjustment of air mixture screws and higher octane, you can
eliminate the popping. In my area, it costs me $0.90 more per tank full, but it's well worth it knowing I'm burning more efficiently.
Last edited by VoIPDoc; 07-21-2012 at 05:14 PM.