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Dodge boy just had that same problem. He has a supercharged 5.7. The first thing you probably want to do is add a good Octane Booster such as Lucas or 108 Plus. I would add probably 2 bottles. Take it easy until you use that tank and then fill it back up with 93.
 

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Yup.....exactly what Dan said.....don't get on it until you fill up again!
 
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I personally wouldn't worry about it, they have knock sensors that should compensate for the lower octane. I agree though, maybe just don't get on it hard until you burn some of it out and fill up again.
 

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thanks guyz! now, how about that black material on the rear of the car. looks like it is fading and needs some polishing. what u guyz use?
By the tail lights or the rear baffle? If it's the tail area....peanut butter works like magic....I kid you not!!
 

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If you can't bring yourself to try peanut butter, I use Meguiars Ultimate Black.
 

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peanut butter?? hmmmm..........and that may keep a certain number of the population from leaning on the car...........prolly need a warning-"this car produced in a factory that uses tree nuts, and such"...........
 
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