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Old 11-05-2006, 02:09 AM   #11  
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did u guys see the hot rod article on running e85 in place of race fuel to save a ton of money?
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Old 11-05-2006, 02:20 AM   #12  
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I think im going to make a post about gasoline and ask for sticky, I did a term paper on it for organic chemistry
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Old 11-05-2006, 03:32 AM   #13  
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**** buy a 50 gal. drum of that 95 and ship it here its like 2.30 or so where my parents live (lansing,mi)
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lets see, av-gas 135 octane airplane fuel is 7.99 a gallon. and 110 sunoco is like 5.50 I think. Regular 87 is 2.14 course, I only buy 93 and up. down the road in SC, spinx sells 95 octane for 1.83. Damn SC gas tax is cheaper. I think the 95 is actually the same price as regular down there. Its funny, I don't know why though
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sed me tha money gt coupe. hehe.
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Old 11-05-2006, 08:43 AM   #15  
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we have Cam2 110 wich was 4.89 but now has jumped up to 5.39 a gallon, wich blows when your running a 14.0:1 motor and have no choice if you wanna go out and play
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did u guys see the hot rod article on running e85 in place of race fuel to save a ton of money?
The problem that people will run into with running E85 is that it takes 17-20% MORE fuel to equzte to the same amount of power. And you cannot mix E85 and regular street gas, since the fuel needs are so much greater on a flex fuel vehicle, your car would run very badly and because the ECU would not be able to adjust for the amount of regular fuel is mixed into the E85, and you would end up running lean on a pump gas tune, or rich on a E85 tune
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