Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
Millions of engines run millions and millions of miles each year with 10% ethanol in the gasoline. You do not see piles of broken down vehicles on the sides of highways. There is nothing wrong with E-10 ethanol gasoline blend. Yes, it can be debated about the loss of fuel mileage, idiocy of diverting food to fuel, cost factors, etc. But it works every day for millions of us. Ethanol is the least harmful component to oxygenate and raise octane in gasoline.
Storing E-10 when you're in a humid climate is a different matter. In that case a suitable additive is needed for this specific problem. If you have a real problem, get the specific additive to address that problem. E-10 is not a real problem.
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