Originally Posted by CL&T
Very true but racing engines are designed to run on ethanol from the ground up and they aren't used by soccer moms to take their kids to school. I doubt that this Country could produce enough ethanol to fuel a 100% ethanol population anyway.
I ran a 468 BBC in the 80's. The only changes I made were a fuel cell, s/s lines, holley pump and carb. I drove 30 miles to the track, raced and came home. 100% alcohol production is not realistic. My point was the tech to resist alky blends already exists. They have better lines now but some carb parts still need work.
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