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View Poll Results: Which gas stations do you prefer?
Chevron 40 25.32%
Shell 59 37.34%
Sunoco 17 10.76%
Arco 0 0%
76 1 0.63%
Other 41 25.95%
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post #16 of 52 (permalink) Old 05-03-2009, 09:38 AM
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93 octane in both cars. Usually from Walmart, Brookshires or Valero.

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BP 93 octane for me.

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Shell 93..

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I don't car as long as its 91 and above.
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Shell 93..
+1...BP and Chevron are overpriced in my area by usually 10 cents or so per gallon for no reason.

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+1...BP and Chevron are overpriced in my area by usually 10 cents or so per gallon for no reason.
WOW. Someone really gave me negative feed back for this??? Typically it's whatever and idc but this is pretty angering because:

1) it's an opinion based poll so no one should get negative feedback
2) it's fact that they're overpriced in my area
3) have balls and say who did it.
4) Saying "it's marketing" no way defends or explains the need for negative points. Be it to defend why I like Shell or defend why it's overpriced.

This is why I feel that if feedback is left then the user ID should be left too smh.

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This thread is 5 months old. I guess you must've rubbed someone the wrong way. I'll +rep you to even it out. haha
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bringing this thread back from the dead-just for the one you gave me a neg. rep. 121,000+ problem free miles-still using regular gas. Must be still lame-oh well-it works for me.

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bringing this thread back from the dead-just for the one you gave me a neg. rep. 121,000+ problem free miles-still using regular gas. Must be still lame-oh well-it works for me.
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Shell and Sunoco preffered. But the way gas prices are now thats a once in a while thing. Whatever I find cheapest is best for me now lol
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i have a 10cent premium gas discount for Super America, other than that though, I prefer BP or Shell for better gas
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bringing this thread back from the dead-just for the one you gave me a neg. rep. 121,000+ problem free miles-still using regular gas. Must be still lame-oh well-it works for me.
update 124,000 and counting problem free miles-YUP still using the "cheap" shit.

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update 124,000 and counting problem free miles-YUP still using the "cheap" shit.
129,000 problem free miles using regular gas-

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Wa Wa 87 octane but since we travel alot we use different gas stations- Our almost 2 1/2 year old tsx has almost 79,000 problem free miles. It handled the roads driving south on highway 101 from oregon and now Ca in the pouring rain.

Up-date: our tsx is 3.5 years old today-still with the original brake pads and rotors, runs excellent-great gas mileage-100% stock-still using regular gas (yes I am still lame but it works) with almost 105K problem free miles
87? That isn't good. The manual calls for 91 or greater for our high compression motors (10.5:1). You're losing efficiency using the lower octane fuel.

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