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Discussion in 'Alternative Fuel Forum' started by sven1277, Nov 29, 2012.
Can someone explain to me how ADDING something to gas REMOVES ethanol? Please?
It doesn't. Best it can do is keep the water saturated ethanol in suspension so it doesn't separate out with water/ethanol on the bottom (you can shake the container and do the same thing) but you're still burning that crap and it's still corrosive. Besides, if it has phase separated it needs to be discarded. No matter what the snake oil guys claim, there is no way to remove ethanol once it is mixed with gasoline.
Best question I've ever heard regarding all those claims the additives make.
You know the answer.
If you can get non-ethanol, just use that. Look here for non-ethanol gas stations:
Feller at the mower shop told me that "non-ethional" gas by federal mandate contains "methaonial" which is a tree product and is woorse than ethonal.
The feller in the mower shop doesn't know what he's talking about.
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Exactly why I asked
Well, OK. Do you have any actual scientific evidence to back up your claims or are you just a spammer for some snake oil?