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Re: E15, most here know is bad.

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JMOR

01-14-2013 15:42:57
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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThose countries have cars with fuel systems designed for those higher ethanol levels....not your American 2010 auto. You obviously only read the headline or you would have heard the reporter quoting car mfgrs and AAA as saying E15 is OK for 2012 cars. Same cautions for E85....ONLY for Flex fuel vehicles.

I'm sure we should pay attention to you & the IA guys who will be along to say, "it is all OK", just ignore those car companies saying that they will NOT honor the warranties if you use E85".

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russb wa

01-14-2013 18:56:55
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 Re: E15, most here know is bad. in reply to JMOR, 01-14-2013 15:42:57  
"Those countries have cars with fuel systems designed for those higher ethanol levels"

That makes me think back to my Model Airplane days. We used silicone rubber tubing with methanol fuel and IIRC, some rubber like neoprene for gas/diesel. It seems one or the other, but not both. I got a float needle for a bike carb that was tipped with something $pecial. Just thinkin out loud.



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JMOR

01-14-2013 21:18:44
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 Re: E15, most here know is bad. in reply to russb wa, 01-14-2013 18:56:55  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeBack in the 70's? when the BIG 3 started exporting cars to Brazil, there were articles in car mags about the changes necessary to run on ethanol. Carbs, elastomer parts, mild steel fuel lines & tanks were among the items that would be eaten/softened/hardened corroded by ethanol. They all had to be different materials on those exports.



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Leroy

01-14-2013 16:37:44
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 Re: E15, most here know is bad. in reply to JMOR, 01-14-2013 15:42:57  
My 98 says in the book it is OK to use E85 so why would it not work in the newer ones?



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