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Old 11-10-2012, 03:52 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by enginjoe View Post
Haha at octane of low 90s with E85 or even E70. The fact is, 100octane fuel is 7.20/gal and E85 is 3.50. You use more but not twice as much. .
How many gallons of 100 octane can you buy for 5000 when you blow your engine , Oh its 695 gallons spread over what 3-5 years , I will take the 100 octane

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Who cares about greenhouse effects, that's just plain dumb junk science right there..
You call it "just plain dumb junk science right there" which I find funny sense that the whole reason why e85 was made was to reduce using natural recources and foot print / green house effects

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As for oil changes, what performance car guy doesn't change his own oil very often.
A LOT , how many you know that actually do it , I have been building performance engine and tuning them on my in house dyno for just over 30 years and I dont know many that do it
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