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Exxon/Mobil Synergy Supreme + #5167245 07/21/19 11:51 AM
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I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
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Lol I keep hearing their ads on the radio station even though we don't have Exxon/Mobil gas stations here.


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Originally Posted by 4WD
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I did a search before posting and didn’t find one.......is it possible you could post a link?
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Oops! Disregard.........just found it, Thanks.
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No stations in my neck of the woods.......


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Originally Posted by incognito_2u
I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
Thanks.



Thanks for posting even if it a repeat thread. It's a perfect time to point out premium is dirty fuel and additional additives are needed to obtain the same effect as 87 octane.


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Originally Posted by dave1251
Originally Posted by incognito_2u
I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
Thanks.



Thanks for posting even if it a repeat thread. It's a perfect time to point out premium is dirty fuel and additional additives are needed to obtain the same effect as 87 octane.


Say what? You are going to have to explain that statement.


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Originally Posted by dave1251
Originally Posted by incognito_2u
I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
Thanks.



Thanks for posting even if it a repeat thread. It's a perfect time to point out premium is dirty fuel and additional additives are needed to obtain the same effect as 87 octane.


Yea this doesnt make any sense to me. Please explain how a more refined product can be dirtier than a less refined one. I dont see the value vs cost, theyre at least 50 cents more than anyone else for super, and 45 cents more for diesel, which I dont think has changed at all. I thought the Synergy was just for the gasoline products.

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Originally Posted by incognito_2u
I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
Thanks.



Thanks for posting even if it a repeat thread. It's a perfect time to point out premium is dirty fuel and additional additives are needed to obtain the same effect as 87 octane.


Yea this doesnt make any sense to me. Please explain how a more refined product can be dirtier than a less refined one. I dont see the value vs cost, theyre at least 50 cents more than anyone else for super, and 45 cents more for diesel, which I dont think has changed at all. I thought the Synergy was just for the gasoline products.



It not more refined premium is just a little less combustible.


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So how exactly does being less combustible equate to being more dirty and or needing more additives? Just trying to understand that.


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Originally Posted by dave1251
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Originally Posted by incognito_2u
I have been seeing more and more Exxon/Mobil gas stations by me pushing their new “Synergy Supreme +” Premium gasoline. They say it contains 2 times the detergents of their regular gasoline. Further, their website says that the Supreme +premium (And not the regular) contains a “friction modifier” that reduces wear and tear by 30%. What are everyone’s thoughts on using this in place of the regular? Is it worth paying 40 cents more / gallon? Just asking to open some communication on this subject.
Thanks.



Thanks for posting even if it a repeat thread. It's a perfect time to point out premium is dirty fuel and additional additives are needed to obtain the same effect as 87 octane.


Yea this doesnt make any sense to me. Please explain how a more refined product can be dirtier than a less refined one. I dont see the value vs cost, theyre at least 50 cents more than anyone else for super, and 45 cents more for diesel, which I dont think has changed at all. I thought the Synergy was just for the gasoline products.



It not more refined premium is just a little less combustible.



So how exactly does being less combustible equate to being more dirty and or needing more additives? Just trying to understand that.

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