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Old 06-07-2019, 06:55 AM   #1
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e 85 gas stations

I am in michigan city indiana looking for the best gas station that sell the best e85 mix there is around 8 to 10 stations here that do. I have notice there is a growing number of brz in this area and some maybe thinking about going to e85 so i will post the stations that i try and the mixture for you.

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ok i guess i had a little of 93 octane in my tank when i filled up the first time just fill up the tank yesterday and im getting 75 percent ethanol at the same gas station
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I think the idea is to build a registry of the gas station, and the ethanol content of each.


This may be difficult as the fuel mixtures do fluctuate a little bit between batches, and seasons (winter gas with more fuel stabilizers for the cold). Not a bad idea though. I think you can buy ethanol content gauges on Amazon and test it in a more controlled environment than watching your gauge as well.

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