Originally Posted by Behr
There is an actual 90 rated fuel that "means" it is true ethanol-free fuel. My buddy told me if it is 87, 89, 91 and they say it is ethanol free- to be careful. They aren't always truly free of ethanol. If it says it is ethanol-free and rated at 90 then you are good to go.
Hope this makes sense.
Ah OK thx. Unfortunately there are NO ethanol free stations in NJ
. Damn state is getting as bad as California. The best we can hope for here is that E15 doesn't completely replace E10 at our pumps. That would be a major problem.
The insult to injury for all of us is....ethanol has done nothing to reduce the price of fuel and I suspect E15 will be no different. All it will do is ruin small equipment and motorcycle engines, make our cars get worse fuel mileage, line the pockets of the ethanol lobbyists , further increase food prices and cost station owners more more money for retrofitted or new equipment.