Anyone ever put pure gas in their car? Ethanol free?
http://www.focusst.org/forum/focus-st-performance/23831-ethanol-vs-non-ethanol.htmlAnyone ever put pure gas in their car? Ethanol free?
1 time isn't going to give you results... you have to do it for 4-5 tanks at least. the cost will not make it worth it even if you you said is true and in my case it was not. I got worse MPG and less go out of clear gas.I put 4 gallons of 91 octane pure gas in it. No meth or eth in. My gas mileage went through the roof. I typically run 24.5-25.5 but with this pure gas I?m sitting at 31.2
That could be due to the longer trip I took. But I was half city (35-40 mph zones, stop signs, etc) and half highway to my job, 70mph on cruise control.
haha miles, we use kilometers here. You should convert to the metric system it's amazing units are grouped and interchangeable.If I fly the 9,200 miles to Australia..
But will they let me bring back a couple of thousand gallons of gasoline in my 'take on' luggage?
Yes 98 RON fuel is about the same as our 93 AKI fuel. Rating a fuel based on its Research Octane Number makes it appear to be more knock resistant than it really is. That is why the US/CAN uses the AKI or (R+M)/2 method.haha miles, we use kilometers here. You should convert to the metric system it's amazing units are grouped and interchangeable.
To be honest it's not that great of a fuel. Looking at many 93 AKI logs it performs about the same.
You do know that the AKI in 93 AKI stands for anti knock index right? so you are saying that if two fuels are tested with the exact same AKI rating but one has ethanol in it then you can run more timing on the one with ethanol as it is magical and tricks the testing procedure used to determine a fuels octane rating? or is it that you believe the octane rating to be a moot point and should base your fuel decisions on what % of ethanol is in it.no thread needed. absolutely not! the ethanol has knock resistant properties, you'll make less power on the straight petrol 93 vs e10 93 because the knock sensors will be going wild.