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Re: E-15

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Jim G.

12-05-2012 10:34:23

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There is a lot of controversy about the E-15 thing. As it stands, the EPA will NOT certify it to meet current emission standards in engines produced before the 2007 model year. This makes it illegal to use in those engines. Sale of E-15 to the general motoring public would require the use of "fail-safe" labeling and dispensing of the E-15 product to prevent its use in non-certified applications. This would entail seperate pumps, strong labeling, and perhaps a change in the means of introducing it into the fuel system of qualified vehicles - much like the restrictor plates that were introduced in 1975 to prevent the use of leaded gasolines into cars equipped with catalytic converters.
I might point you to "" website. This site contains links to a lot of information regarding ethanol use and current state of legislation in regards to fuels. Also you will find where to buy pure gasoline.

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12-07-2012 14:06:01

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 Re: E-15 in reply to Jim G., 12-05-2012 10:34:23  
Do you suppose using E-85 in a 72 year old Farmall might be a bad idea?

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12-07-2012 16:11:43

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 Re: E-15 in reply to MisterT, 12-07-2012 14:06:01  
You'll have to change the timing and rejet the casb to get it to even start and run and it will have less power but it could be made to run.

GB in MN

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