S - Super Unleaded

05 June 2006

Super Unleaded - Fuel with a higher octane content than regular unleaded and usually recommended in tuned performance engines. Failing to use super unleaded where recommended will not damage an engine but it will mean less power output. This fuel is usually around five pence per litre more than regular unleaded.


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