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Old 07-22-2016, 11:35 AM   #225
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So, I did this two nights ago. Have had the car six weeks and with 6000 miles of 91 octane driving. The driving did change, but that could also be a factor of simply clearing out the other "learnings" of the computer. I'm assuming this computer learns driving habits like many other cars do. What I did notice was the accelerator was a bit livelier, giving me better response that I was hoping a tune or Vitesse controller might do. But it wasn't the drastic change like when I accidentally put 87 into my Infiniti, and shortly thereafter corrected it with octane booster.
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Old 07-28-2016, 09:55 PM   #226
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trying this tonight, just topped off from E with Shell 93 V-power. My 2013 SS LS3 seemed sluggish at first when i bought it saturday, but has seemed to wake up since driving arounfd with 93 in the tank. will post results tomorrow
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Old 07-29-2016, 05:59 PM   #227
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trying this tonight, just topped off from E with Shell 93 V-power. My 2013 SS LS3 seemed sluggish at first when i bought it saturday, but has seemed to wake up since driving arounfd with 93 in the tank. will post results tomorrow
i do believe my car reverted back to the 93 table before i tried this mod. did not notice a difference
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