@ mac11 That is a good point about the compression as I did not look it up or know it off the top of my head. I assumed it was higher because of the supercharger.
Now here is my question. A Majority of the time a higher octane fuel is required for a vehicle is because of the high compression ratio. Seeing as how the Supercharged X has a low compression ratio why does Nissan Require or HIGHLY recommend the use of Premium in the supercharged X's?
Since as stated before the octane is simply the rating of resistance to burn and the compression is not jacked up what makes the Sueprcharged X's Ping/Misfire/Detonate with 87? It is pretty much the same engine as the non supercharged. The ignition timing is the same on both engines as is nearly every other spec.
Also At Orlanda. You are on the right track. Wait for the codes to return and deal with them as they pop up.
somehow they got the wrong clutch kit and so I won't be getting my truck back until tues at the earliest, as mon is a new stat holiday in this province, "family day".
good thing i'm going to vancouver this weekend, so won't miss it too much. also seeing soundgarden on sun nite and marilyn manson on mon nite should help to take my mind off it...
Yay finally got my truck back today! can't believe the difference! holy POWER!!! It never had power like this before, I am amazed!!
So the grand total was $2200. New clutch and new exhaust. The secondary cats were actually breaking apart and plugging up my exhaust! So they removed them and put in place a straight pipe (no air-care here )
They say the primary cats will need to be replaced eventually, but not for maybe a year or so, even the amount I drive. Hopefully I'll have the dam thing paid off by then!
Here's a pic of the broken bits that were plugging up the exhaust, it's really hard to see in the photo, but if u hold up to the light u can see where it was plugging up. They tell me that's what's happening to the other ones too...