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    gasoline question.

    hi i have a 2000 seadoo gs 718cc. its a great engine never given me any problems until this yr and its nothing major just carb cleaning . i am in the process of getting my fuel lines replaced, and was just wondering if when i get new ones on is it okay to still run 91 octane (superunleaded) ive ran this every since i bought the ski 4 yrs ago never had a problem. i am jw if 91 will gunk up the lines since i know it burns hotter but i believe it also burns cleaner. please let me know some options like i say ive always ran it with the grey lines just wonering if i still can with new lines
    thanks cody
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    It will be fine

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    alright thanks.

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    Just buy Oem or quality fuel lines.

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    Regular gas is plenty fine for that engine too. Don't need to run the higher octane as it doesn't offer any better performance just a drain on the pocket book

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    alright i appreciate it.

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    Just no known reason to run Hi-Octane gas in that engine as it is .... you can however, run some gas additive to keep carbs clean & keep clean spark plugs. As for fuel line replacement use good hose ... not cheap. That is where you can spend all that extra gas $$

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