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    ET 70-145

    any one using a ET 70-145 on pump gas any feedback would be great.


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    I believe forum member 'Scott' has the 70-145 in a '10 TX running pump gas. My 70-145 is still laying on the kitchen counter. I plan to switch to MoTec and run pump gas.

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    I have just bought a 70-145 and MoTec M130 , I will be running it on 99 pump gas ,
    Will keep you posted of results

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    Quote Originally Posted by waz480 View Post
    I have just bought a 70-145 and MoTec M130 , I will be running it on 99 pump gas ,
    Will keep you posted of results
    99 Ron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by waz480 View Post
    I have just bought a 70-145 and MoTec M130 , I will be running it on 99 pump gas ,
    Will keep you posted of results
    99 Ron?
    In the United Kingdom Shell V-Power has a rating of 99 RON , It costs $2.51 US per liter though

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    Quote Originally Posted by waz480 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by waz480 View Post
    I have just bought a 70-145 and MoTec M130 , I will be running it on 99 pump gas ,
    Will keep you posted of results
    99 Ron?
    In the United Kingdom Shell V-Power has a rating of 99 RON , It costs $2.51 US per liter though
    Merica won't let in any vehicle that gets 100mpg+. GO MERICA! 145 = more maintenance than 137 wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    any one using a ET 70-145 on pump gas any feedback would be great.

    Be prepare to pull that charger quite a lot!!! For a rec rider i would never suggest that charger it requires too much MNT!! bennefit

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    Just asking cuz am using turbo and want to boost up to 18 psi

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    Just asking cuz am using turbo and want to boost up to 18 psi
    I am running 20+psi on pump gas here in NZ. 98RON BP or Mobil and I have not had any issues related to fueling so far. 22 psi max so far and no deto that any body can detect. Pistons look perfect. AFR's always monitored, just running a Riva reflashed OEM ECU. Not ideal, but all I got at the mo.

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