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I have a 2004 honda accord ex 2.4L 217k?

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Answer #1 | 14/03 2015 05:40
Great! I had a 2001 Accord LX with 125000 miles, and now have a 2011 Civic withe 56000 miles.
Answer #2 | 03/05 2015 21:38
I saw this question answered recently by a gent who said he put some premium in his Prius, and it ran crappy. I have tried running premium in my old Model A (289 V8) and it did SLIGHTLY help with cold startups, but this a carbed eng from the 60's. Modern fuel injected engines don't need or benefit from it, and experts say that even with a high performance engine it's not really necessary unless you drive very aggressively..........like with the go pedal on the floor all the time. I think if I owned an expensive Corvette Z06 or something along that line, I'd buy the premium. What the heck, if you can afford the car, you can afford the gas.
Answer #3 | 13/03 2015 22:57
nothing to gain unless the higher octane is required by the manufacturer
Answer #4 | 14/03 2015 08:40
Hi well time to sell it before it becomes a scarpper.
Answer #5 | 14/03 2015 03:04
You don't gain power by higher octane with an engine that doesn't require the need for more... Period......Save you $$$ for a high compression engine which require so....
Answer #6 | 14/03 2015 02:27
waste of money if your car doesn't require it. but it won't hurt anything
Answer #7 | 14/03 2015 01:40
Hi well time to sell it before it becomes a scarpper.
Answer #8 | 13/03 2015 22:40
Great! I had a 2001 Accord LX with 125000 miles, and now have a 2011 Civic withe 56000 miles.
Answer #9 | 15/05 2015 00:03
I hear that unless it is a high performance sports car you should just run it on 87 anything higher would make it run too rich

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