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e20,e30 blends

dsmless

Well-known member
I saw at the local e85 station that they have e30 and e20 blends, I went on tuners and they have a good talk abut this, so any =one here running any blended fuels, it sounds like a good way to get the extra octane at a less lower price than pump 91, and run cooler to so less kock prone.
 

Quoting dsmless:
"and run cooler to so less kock prone."

OMFG! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/rofl.gif You know what thread this will make now don't you?
 

steve

Well-known member
Yes, less lower prices FTW!
 

rgeier11

Well-known member
It will be barely better than pump with only 20% and 30% ethanol mixtures. The reason why e85 works so well is because it is 85% ethanol.

The e20 will give you some boost benefit, but kill your gas mileage.
 

Diego

Well-known member
We've got a station up here that sells blended fuels.... never really knew wtf they were (octane wise) so I tried to avoid......

Reguardless ill pay whatever the price of 93 is.... and if I get a wild hair, I can always go buy some gas at the local air strip.


Or Sioux Falls has a pump with 107? Octane...... or 110.... Prove it can confirm for me, ( the gas station on Minnesota Ave, close to the 220 by-pass)
 

steve

Well-known member
+wild hair












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Diego

Well-known member
We can get 118 iirc at the airstrip only runs 5.44 a gallon
 
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