I didn't give you any either, read it again. And thank you for the kind words at the end.
I know you gave a lot of info, some I agree and some not, in any case your answers were of questions I did not ask. A repeat of my last post.
Perhaps I'm not making my question clear, and maybe nobody has pondered it before, but top tier gasolines have 3 to 4 times more cleaning additives that non top tier gasolines. Lets take Mobil/Exon, a top tier supplier of fuels, their fuels will have more cleaners by far than lets say Speedway fuels of the same classification(ie octane/ethanol blends), which are not blending their fuel to meet top tier standards .
So with that info in mind, taking out the octane and ethanol equation, would a fuel with more or less cleaners be the fuel of choice?
On one hand I would like a cleaning fuel to keep the fuel injectors, pistons, rings and perhaps the APV's clean. Then on the other hand I would not to be too aggressive with cleaners as not to clean oil away from the bearings in the crank, rods, and wrist pin bearings.
Like I said twice, lets not debate the octane, ethanol or the oil for that matter.
Pure Question......High detergent fuel or low detergent fuel? That is the question.