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Thread: Which Petrol..For new bike?

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    Yes dude... Go 4 Unleaded Petrol... I do d same 4 my new Apache RTR ABS, n trust me... Its insane...! Whereas premium Petrol contains higher octane numbers... Which dissolve at higher tempratures....!
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    Default Re: Which Petrol..For new bike?

    Hey Xbhp members please help me i drive Honda Aviator and every single time i use normal petrol but i always think to use Speed is it good? and does it have big price difference compare to normal price in delhi?

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    Default Re: Which Petrol..For new bike?

    Prefer a good petrol station

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    Default Re: Which Petrol..For new bike?

    I prefer using xtra premium for my bike. I have always used it for my old pulsar. It is 3 rupees more than normal one, but has some thing good in it. The engine feels smoother (less grunts) and it returns with the same mileage (mostly 2 kms more than usual) when filled with less quantity of petrol (quantity compared to normal petrol). And the main thing, when my bike's engine head was opened for cleaning (at 98000 kms), the mechanic appreciated me by saying that the engine is clean, you have maintained & rode it very well. And i have heard a saying that xtra premium creates missing and carburetor clogging issue. I have never ever felt it in the past 10 years. I recommend Xtrapremium. 👍
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