Hahaha I don’t know how all that got put in my post.. seriously, I didn’t put that there.Then learn how to understand English sentences. I didn't only say "doesn't do (EXPLOSIVE, PAINFUL, AND UNCONTROLLABLE BOUTS OF DIARRHEA WHICH WILL LEAD TO DEHYDRATION, HOSPITALIZATION, ORGAN FAILURE, REPEATED RESUSCITATION, EVENTUAL DEATH, LAWSUITS, ACCUSATIONS, ALLEGATIONS, ACCEPTANCE, LEGAL SETTLEMENTS, AND A YOUTUBE TRIBUTE VIDEO WITH 6 VIEWS)". There were qualifying sentences that followed. Read and try to comprehend. Like I said, this isn't rocket science.
My 1972 F100 will get absolutely zip from higher octane gas. Ditto my 1994 Suburban. Both rigs will burn it just fine but won't gain from it. If your Honda whatever has the ability to adjust the timing to get more power it will say so in the owners manual.
Okay... I understand what might or might not be in the damn owners manual. The fact is, that through testing on a dyno, there are proven gains. This has been testing by more than one source. I don’t understand your ignorance.
I know that your 72’ Ford doesn’t have and ECU capable of adjusting timing with different octane ratings. We are talking about a 2018 Honda Accord.