There is a Sunoco here in Fairfield that is all 100% gas, no ethanol. They also carry 103 octane race fuel at 10$ a gallon haha
Really??? Which one?
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Ah. A good example. 10 dollars a gallon for some (admittedly great) 103 octane race fuel.
"my" race fuel is 2.70 a gallon. And I can make more power out of each gallon.
To the Original idea of the thread, up to 20% ethanol is really no issue in normal, non-converted cars and trucks. You simply need to figure out a way to compensate for the leaner side of the equation. Meaning that 20% of your fuel now burns at ~7:1 instead of ~12:1 *power AF ratio*. It will then run very very well.
Wow... your post follows Bull's and someone pulled this from the archives. Irony?
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