This Lab In A Box Can Tell If Octane Measures Up
When a car engine pings, it's often a sign that it needs higher-octane gasoline. But how do you tell if you're getting the octane you're paying for? Until recently, only a lab could tell--through an elaborate, hour-long process that compresses gasoline until it ignites without a spark. The intensity of the explosion determines the octane level.
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