So...you don't like 10% ethanol gas? Try this...

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  1. seatux

    seatux Well-Known Member

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    Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I wonder what the octane rate ends up being. I should try it on my lawn and garden gas.
     
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    wow that is really cool!
     
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    I hate E-anything but 50 gallons is tough separating. Glad you posted though. My small engines will love you.
     
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    Why is 50 gallons hard?
    I truck fuel to my boat from a farm service ( died diesel / non taxed farm fuel) I use several black poly 55 gallon drums. I don't have an ethanol concern, but water is. I pump it out of the barrels into my boat thru a filter that seperates any water, it would be just as easy pumping out gas with the filter, when the glass bowl on the filter gets too much water in it I just open the bottom petcock and drain it out. EASY!
     
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    Lower I would think. Alcohol adds to the octane rating. That's why the boosted tuners like E85 tunes.
     

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