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Am afraid nothing much you can do since you have to make do with what is locally available. However, a couple of things you can keep in mind:
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2. At times unleaded would be available, pls use as much as possible to help clean/remove the lead additive, tetraethyllead that will cover some soft engine parts with the lead-containing material;
3. you may have to tune your engine's timing to compensate for the leaded fuel.

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