I've run 100, gets you nothing on a stock motor. E-85 will eat up fuel system parts in the car since it was not designed to run E-85.
your miss information is horrible. please tell me you don't believe that.E-85 will eat up fuel system parts in the car since it was not designed to run E-85.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E85_in_standard_enginesyour miss information is horrible. please tell me you don't believe that.
The use of E85 in standard gasoline engines requires engine and fuel system adaptation, as the use of ethanol blends in conventional gasoline vehicles is restricted to low mixtures or for specially designed flexible-fuel vehicles, because ethanol requires a different air/fuel ratio than conventional gasoline and can be corrosive, degrading some of the materials in the engine and fuel system in older vehicles.
I've tried both 93 and 100 at the drag strip with little to no differences noticed. The only reason I even tried the 100 was because I was dangerously low on fuel with no regular gas station within 10 miles of being open. And as a matter of fact I think the car actually ran a smidge slower with the 100.has anybody tried running 100 octane yet? i was curious to see if there was a big difference in power or not.