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Gasohol 95 in Thailand


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Hi all, I am riding a 1994 Transalp 400..Caburator engine..juz to cfrm, I shld pump Gasohol 95 in Thai rite?

 

gasohol E10 RON95 should be fine, try give priority to fill up petrol RON95 will be better if its available.

 

usually there r few fuel station in a province, try look around before u fill up.

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for Carb Engines it is not advisable to pump Gasohol for extended periods as it might swell the rubber seals in the Carbs.

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Current price update in Hatyai town as at 29 Dec 2009

 

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 31.56 Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: 41.16 Baht/L

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Current fuel price update in Hatyai town.

Date: 19 Apr 2010

Gasohol 91 (Regular): 33.06 Baht/L

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 34.56 Baht/L

Gasohol 95 (V-Power): 37.46 Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: No longer available on sale.

 

 

Date: 29 Dec 2009

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 31.56 Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: 41.16 Baht/L

 

 

Date: 29 Jun 2009

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 29.46 Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: 40.06 Baht/L

 

 

Date: 16 Apr 2009

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 25.96 Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: 37.xx Baht/L

 

 

Date: 20 Mar 2009

Gasohol 95 (Regular): 24.xx Baht/L

Premium 95 Unleaded: 37.xx Baht/L

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Gasohol 95 across thailand at 32.30 B/L

 

good info..! well appreciated. :thumb:

 

keep it coming.. ;)

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anyway they have got gasohol 91 too and some place still got normal 95 esp those old petrol station. gasohol 95 seemed to run well on my sp during my 2 weeks trip in thailand but its up to individual. anyway u can always check out gt-rider forum for more info on gasohol

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no more ron 95. only got ron 91(not all stations) and gasohol. ron 91 is super smooth, but your 5th gear feels like your 6th.

 

thanks for the info bro... :thumb:

 

RON95 run out as in up to which part of Thailand...?

 

according to my ST1100 manual, it can run on lower octane fuel not lower than 91 & gasohol not exceeding 10% of alcohol/ethanol - (E10) with higher RON rating.

 

methanol is a NO NO for carb bikes....

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Can anyone confirm whether info from this site is reliable? I happened to google for it... (sorry, all in thai) :)

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Gasohol 95 is around 38 Baht to 40 Baht.

It varies for different brands and station outlets.

It is the most expensive at MHS. Maybe due to the delivery of fuel to mountains.

 

I drove my Honda Edix K20A and found that there is tremedous power increase for the first 100KM/H. It could be that my car has been mod. But my KL Friend who join me at the last minute also feel the same for his Original Stock Honda Accord 2.0.

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Fuel in Thailand, Prices are generally lowest in major towns and cities, followed by coastal areas, then mountainous areas, the most expensive would be on offshore islands such as Koh Samui. Petrol was 37 baht at Don Sak (Ferry point to Samui) and 55 baht on the islands.

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Gasohol 95 average 38B/ltr around Songkhla

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how about gasline? :)

 

So just to confirm that KRR/SP/Phantoms has no problem in Thailand using Gashol right?

 

How about CBR400?

Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks... :cool:

 

Please proceed to this website/web link if you guys have any technical issues on Kawasaki Kips/KR150, I'll update the 1st POST as and when there's a new question. Newbies questions on the top as well. :)

 

 

 

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how about gasline? :)

 

So just to confirm that KRR/SP/Phantoms has no problem in Thailand using Gashol right?

 

How about CBR400?

 

Noticed another quote for 41B++, guess its gasoline.... Not many stations r dispensing it. Carburetor bike like mine got idling drop & mild power loss & higher consumption.

Simon Soh

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Chiang Saen, Land of Golden Triangle

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Noticed another quote for 41B++, guess its gasoline.... Not many stations r dispensing it. Carburetor bike like mine got idling drop & mild power loss & higher consumption.

 

rogar that.. will ride slower using gashol den.. :)

Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks... :cool:

 

Please proceed to this website/web link if you guys have any technical issues on Kawasaki Kips/KR150, I'll update the 1st POST as and when there's a new question. Newbies questions on the top as well. :)

 

 

 

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Latest update by 'panjang'

 

Gasohol 95 = 40B

Gasoline 91 = 45B

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Gasohol 95

south -> Central Thailand = 38+B/ltr

Most part of north Thailand = 39++/ltr

 

I never try 91 petrol.

 

My carb ST1100 mileage increased by 5% with Gasohol95 with a slightly richer setting.

Simon Soh

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