But back to real topic , gas prices have been spiking up 10 cents in last week. I go to the cheap place now and add lucus gas treatment to make up for the lack of good additives, sorry if I got your goat that is all I can think of sothey don't sell e85 here,, from what I heard it has a lot of problems. Like poor MPG. another One is e85 attracts water, as e85 gets old it can ruin a engine. I know you can tune for e85 just don't see advantages to so. I would rather use 100% gas. THe ford 250 can run e85 but I would be worried to do so if we did have it. E85 is also made by food and another reason not to like it. Perhaps a graph might explain advantages and disadvantages of the two fuels, instead of blaming me for your problems. E85 would destroy most engines currently made. I also think e85 was thought up by CA, another attempt to ruin engines. So far E85 not where I am and none one seems to be rushing to see it either. E85 has ruin all kinds of seals and cause a lot of engine corrosion. Maybe I am wrong but my mechanic doesn't like it, I will have to ask him why. I am not having any problems with 87 however except its a little on the low side of octane. I usually run all three 87,89, 93 and sometimes 91. I am added lucus fuel treatment now and it does seem to work-Lucus fuel treatment is $24 a gal treats 400 gals. Its not like I don't know anything about gas. I have tried even tried race gas also.
There are literally a million videos and websites that explain e85 for performance gains. It’s most effective for cars that run turbos/sc, but regular cars can get gains too. I think vitviper was quoted at saying stock 9th gens could gain around 20-25hp from running e85 and a tune.But back to real topic , gas prices have been spiking up 10 cents in last week. I go to the cheap place now and add lucus gas treatment to make up for the lack of good additives, sorry if I got your goat that is all I can think of so
it's almost as if gas prices vary by city/state. Amazing. You know some states add a bunch of fees into gas to cover road repair costs, education funding, and other things? One state may pay more in gas, but have lower overall state taxes/property taxes or the exact opposite. Maybe one area pays more in property taxes, because they get their education funding from that instead of gas.that's a lousy price for mid grade