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Since no one has used the DH as a daily driver, any statement about premium gas used in the DH based on the actions of previous Coyote engines is totally a guess at best. If
According to several sources, when gasoline arrives at regional distribution centers, it’s all the same. Different gas station chains then buy the raw fuel and add their own blend of detergents or additives. So, gasoline at the fuel distribution center is the same for all brands, but it may differ slightly after being blended with different additives by different brands. It's the additives that keep your fuel systems clean not the gasoline.It's been proven countless times through testing that there are no cons to running the minimum required octane in vehicles as long as the OEM mandates it. If a car requires 87 but recommends 91+, you can run 87 perfectly fine. Obviously you'll lose out on some level of power and fuel economy but that's besides the point.
Now if you're talking about top tier gas, then YES, that actually is a thing and has also been proven to be worth going out of your way to use.
All gas stations use some form of detergents to minimize carbon build up, but top tier gas stations use either more detergents or higher quality detergents (idk which it is lol).
Examples of top tier gas stations are Shell, Chevron, Exxon, Mobil, Sunoco, Marathon... and guess what... COSTCO.
Yep, Costco is actually a top tier gas station despite being "cheap."