Perhaps it depends on their fuel supplier..hard to say. Almost all ethanol free fuel here is 90 as mentioned, but when I drive out to Sebring there is a station there that has 93 octane ethanol free! I sure wish more stations would carry it. I think the reason they keep the octane at 90 is so that folks with higher end cars that require high octane don't simply buy ethanol free all the time, which negates the purpose of ethanol in the first place. If the rmax calls for 91, I would not feel comfortable running 90. Most of the country runs fuel with ethanol so I'm sure yamaha built it to withstand it, but then again I dont see water separating fuel filters either. game at some of these machines sit for extended periods of time where the ethanol could attract water, something like a simple Racor might be good to install.I run into the same issue with ethanol free in my area (PA), most is 90 octane. That is what I always used in my 2019 X4. Haven't tried it in the RMAX4, not sure if I will or not. I am curious why some stations advertise 90 and others 91 for the octane level on the ethanol free. As an example, some Kwik Fill stations advertise 90 octane and others show 91 🤷♀️
Sure it does, as has been mentioned many times before, simply hover over the user name, and it shows unless the person does not enter the info in their profile. You are in Prince Edward County, ON, Canada. Why do you keep saying that you can't see locations?Oh wow, where you located. I am in Southern Ont. as per my sig this board doesn't show locations anymore!!!
i always get a kick out of seeing fuel prices. I drive 30-40 miles one way every day to work. I commute from a small farming community to a large-ish city. And in my little farm town diesel can be almost .20/g less than it is near my work, and sometimes more. Regular fuel/gas only moves maybe $.05/g more where i work. But driving a 3/4 ton diesel everyday, i'll stick to getting my farming community dieselYou are so lucky there. I know in the US the prices are small variation going to higher octane. Here we're really gouged!