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one else finds Benzine 95... let me know what they think...
Im in Pattaya mate and I only put benzine (Gasoline) in my bike. There is 2 garages that sell it but not everyone of them has it. They are PTT and Caltex. ( You may find other smaller garages selling it too)
The Benzine is only 95 as they did away with the 91 red many years ago.
The Benzine 95 is the Yellow label on the big board and also on the pumps and always cost you a bit more (basically its the most expensive fuel you can buy from any garage) so if you see the yellow label and you see the price around 5-6 baht more than all the other fuel its defo Benzine.
It will also benefit you if you can learn the Thai writing for Benzine and then you will know for sure.
You can go past numerous PTT and Caltex garages and not see it but then the next one will have it.
The only problem I will have is if I head out on a long trip I may have to put Gasohol in my bike at some point but im not worried as I know I will use it up and never have it sitting in the bike for any extended amount of time ( leaving the bike for weeks or more) as this is where the problem lies with Gasohol (seperation and condensation)
Gasohol is ok as a "go to" fuel if you cant get normal Gasoline but there is also performance dips as people have stated so its i'll only use it if I cant get Gasoline.
I've dug up some pics from the net with the difference between the 2 at the pumps so you might want to take a note of it, They are old pics and still have the red 91 benzine but as you can see they have the yellow one which is sold nowadays.
I will get out and take a updated pic at both PTT and Caltex and post it for us Thai Boys that are still unsure.
Hope this helps