Same issues with vintage motorcycles. Cleaning 4 carbs of ethanol/water "snot" and varnish every year is no fun.
Too high of an octane in an engine that is not designed (low compression ratio) for it will increase the carbon buildup on the head, piston and valves.
Not its sole purpose.
It is also an oxygenate, effectively leaning out the fuel and resulting in cleaner burning fuel.
It causes a good bit of problems with my older motorcycles, particularly the 2-stroke Vespa. I have had to fit a CHT to ensure it does not run too lean and seize the engine. If I do get a tank that is a bit more than 10%, I have to adjust my air bleed screw to compensate.
In addition to leaning out the mix and burning hotter, it thins the 2 stroke oil that protects the engine.
No, you can't just add more, the automixer can't be adjusted and adding oil to the gas makes it even leaner.
Deathmatch with RMS.
And I have my FreeBSD server acting as a local backup with ZFS backed storage.
So if I do need something, I just grab it back local.
Bus and Tag, baby!
Well his last name is FORD.
Any enterprise disk array comes with that level support.
Granted, only in the case of Hitachi XP are you likely to get the same brand drives in them.
Yeah, it probably is.
Cheaper to make them all the same, sell them based on the warranty/service than keep 2 production lines going.
And I bet that consumer drive did not come with a CE showing up in 2 to 4 hrs to replace the drive after the hardware called it in automatically.
Glad I have my 75 CB550 and 77 P200.
Just remember: if you don't get to make that decision, or your family does not to make the decision...
It might the PHB from a Medical Review Board making that decision.
Yes, hence the current spouse of the Queen of England is the Royal Consort.