There is non.... all cars built since 1970 something must use unleaded. Leaded fuel will foul up the injection systems and really gunk up the cylinders
But you also have fuel emissions and pollutants. That's why e10 (ethanol) is being added to the equation
Yes its using petrol unleaded while two stroke using two stroke oil
in petrol we have 2 types.they are 1.leaded petrol 2.unleaded petrol in leaded petrol we have lead compounds so we call it as leaded petrol. in unleaded petrol we do not have lead compounds. the use or advantage of unleaded petrol is it does not emit harmful gases in to the environment. but leaded petrol emits harmful gases. cracking process takes place in unleaded petrol. cracking means it is a process of converting harmful gases into harmless gases. but this cracking process cannot be done in leaded petrol bcoz lead compounds decomposes the catylsts used in cracking process
can content in petrol if not unleaded
yes you can use unleaded petrol in that bike
Unleaded gas is petrol. In some countries they call it petrol and in others it is called gasoline or gas.
Unleaded petrol is petrol that has not been treated with a lead compound.
Yes because unleaded produces less carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases than leaded petrol. it leads to a reduction in greenhouse gases and acid rain.
Petrol is the French word for gasoline. Petrol is usually unleaded gasoline. Canadian gas stations advertise gasoline as Petrol, as do many other countries.
Actually, I am using the Unleaded 95 for my Rx 8 (1.3 192CH) 2008. I hope that it's not bad for the RX8 ..
unleaded petrol is 91 octane petrol with not a trace of anti knock compound(tetra ethyl lead)...so that it produces no harmful emissions