Fwd: Re: [A4] Need for Premium Gas in 1.8T quattro?
bob at chips-ur-s.com
Fri Sep 22 21:34:36 EDT 2006
You can feel the knock sensor cutting back the timing. There is no
missing it. It feels as if some little man were sitting in there
with his finger on a switch and when he detects a single ping he
shuts the switch off and you loose a major portion of your
power. Ease off on the loud pedal and then get on it again and the
power returns until the next ping. I experienced this any number of
times during trial runs while Mihnea and I were developing software
for my S6. Make that "while Mihnea was developing software for my
car and I was burning chips and trying them for him".
At 12:20 AM 9/23/2006, Nick Lawrence wrote:
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>Subject: Re: [A4] Need for Premium Gas in 1.8T quattro?
>Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 21:18:10 -0700
>I often have asked this question... how can I tell or does any one know if
>the knock sensor has detected and backed off timing?
>Some say knock sensors only are in use above 3k rpm. My two automatics,
>(90 and 91 100's) rarely go above 3k rpm and use 87octane always. With me
>driving and running premium or using premium on the hiway shows no mpg
>I use premium in my '90 200 tqa but would still like to know if it ever
>knocks. I have never got a code but I understand it can knock and make a
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