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2007 Civic SI - GAS

I switched from super unleaded to reg. due to the gas price, will lower oct. gas can damage the car?

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  • llawrencelau Jun 30, 2008

    Thanks, I cannot tell the different, since I did not drive fast and I still get the same mpg............

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You can but I don't recommend you hit Vtec w/ the regular gas.

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No, but you will definetly see a difference

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