Keep in mind that there are different rating systems for fuel. I'm not sure which rating system they use in UAE but a 91 octane fuel in Europe/Australia would be more like an 87 octane fuel in the U.S. Europe/Australia use the Research Octane Number (RON) for Octane and the U.S. uses the average of RON and MON (Motor Octane Number) expressed as "(R+M)/2." Next time you pump, look at the fine print under the "91" and you'll see what I'm talking about.cabron said:Did you say 98 octane? Is that common for fuel there?
your are welcome ..turboale said:Awesome video,
We need sound though!! Did you take any of those pics? I am going to be coming over there this summer, or next winter and am thinking of starting a car/truck shop over there so it would be good to see one thats already up and running.