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What is the minimum workable gas level on the dodge spirit 91?

The car is a turbo.
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You need 91 Octane if not higher. The higher the better on hot days to keep detonation from occurring. Good luck and hope this helps, and do not use platinum spark plugs, use a good copper plugs. 

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