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Gas What gas octane level should I run in my golf cart?

Discussion in 'Other Resources' started by OUTL4W, Jan 25, 2017.

  1. Golf cart manufacturers recommend running only 87 octane gasoline. If you are located in a high altitude level, or running your golf cart under high loads or heavy use you may benefit from a higher octane gasoline.

    Octane determines the rate in which gasoline burns. A higher octane makes the fuel burn slower, and vice versa.
  2. I've seen now many small engine manufactures recommending use of stabilizer with all fuel to help ward off effects of the booze that many states require to be blended into the gas
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  3. which fuel stabilizer do you recommend?

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