I would almost pay extra for the tune options at each octane (we have 87, 89, & 93 typically here) so you can pick and choose based on your financial situation (I know here there are times when 87 is a ton cheaper than 89 and 93 but others times it is not and why not take advantage when you can?). How much extra did you say you would do this for? Also, would it involve data logging with each octane gas? Or are you able to convert without logging each octane.Solar, OVT,
If I wanted to say "Give me the same final tune characteristics you gave Solar, but optimized for 89 octane.", could you do that? And does that reduce the number of back and forths interactions required to complete my tune?
The reality is that Solar has more experience and has already thought through this far better than I could. So I'd love to take advantage of what he ends up with for my own tune. The only difference is that I'd rather optimize for regular grade gas than premium, since the performance tradeoff is marginal, and the cost difference between regular and premium unleaded gas isn't.