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Re: ur-q 10v on unleaded?

Probably nothing.  I think all of these heads had hardened valve seats
since it is an aluminum casting and it would be senseless to use
different materials in different countries.  The only reason they
designated leaded fuel was probably because it was available and
Other comments?

Paul Anderson, Cheyenne, WY  Private email:AndersonPaul@juno.com

On Wed, 26 Nov 1997 21:48:47 +0100 David Eaton
<David.Eaton@COMPUTERLAND.CO.NZ> writes:
>question for all the 10v folks out there...
>what is the story about running an mb 10v, designed for 96-ron leaded 
>unleaded gas?
>here in nz leaded petrol is no longer available and the super unleaded
>is 96-ron.  there is an additive available for cars which require the
>lead for valve stem lubrication.
>what would happen to a 10v (specifically an 1985 ur-q) which was run
>with unleaded without an additive?
>'95 rs2
>'90 ur-q