No 92 either just 91 at all the bp....
.... And and JC's with 93 on vine street - west des moines. $3.05
Kinda weird how various regions have different octanes. 93 is common here, as are 87 and 89, but there is no 91.
'06 300C in Cool Vanilla
aFe Stage II CAI
Bell 995 (bought one day too late )
The Husky gas stations up here have 89, 91, and 93 but all 3 are mixed with 10% Ethanol. Shell has 87, 89, and 91. If you believe what they say, at the Shell the 87 has 10% ethanol, 89 has 5%, and 91 has none.
I guess I'm in a part of the country that's weird. 91, 92, and 93 are avail here. 93 @ BP/Amoco, Mobil/Exxon, Shell etc. 91 AND 93 at any Sunoco, 92 at Sheetz & Turkey Hill (they try to sell it for the same as 93 @ Sunoco, BP, etc; it's kinda funny). MOST stations have 92/93 for $0.20 more than 87 but some try to rip you off & charge $0.30 more for 92/93. Sadly, it's ALL 10% crapanol so I get lousy MPG in all my vehicles.
Wow I need to travel more, I can't recall the last time I stopped at a gas station that didnt carry 93oct. I'm always thrilled to death, whenever I find ethanol free or high oct lead free gas, I don't even look at the price. To me it's the same feeling Mad Max gets when he finds petrol out in the wasteland
Last edited by MuscleMan305; 11-28-2010 at 02:45 AM.
93 is plentiful and cheap in east texas.
2001 Chevy Suburban 2500 4x4 (Camping Truck): Forged LS 383 Iron Block, Machined by HKE, Built by ME, AFR 210s, 224/228, 3" Dual Exhaust, Mamofied LSXRT, FAST 92, Street Tuned by Patrick Guerra, OEM 4L80e and 4.10, 33" Tires.
2006 Dodge Magnum SRT8 (Daily Driver): Stock...
I remember when I lived in Dubuque, I could not find any 93 octane for my old built up street car