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Old 02-27-2010, 05:07 PM   #51
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PLEASE POST FOR ANY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA???
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Old 03-21-2010, 02:04 PM   #52
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wish there was one closer to me not 18 miles away! the new rhd coupe is e85 and i gonna have 2 plan out refueles lol
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Old 05-16-2010, 09:58 AM   #53
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heh...closest one is in east orange. hell no am I driving an ITR over there just to get fuel....they better let me use gas containers. i'm not risking an expensive DD for fuel that is a good substitute for race fuel. i'll get someone to tune my engine to e85 ONLY if the gas station lets me use containers to pickup fuel
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Old 06-18-2010, 11:54 PM   #54
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this thread is great! how about a state with the most tree huggers? Oregon. so far I see 9 on the list. 5 are in the portland area.

I'm also interested in how to get your local station to carry e85.
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Old 07-04-2010, 07:28 AM   #55
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Okay, I may be really dumb, but...i can't figure out what the deal with e85 is. is it good for forced induction setups or something? I see a lot of people saying "tuned on e85" and I was always under the impression that it was kind of a sucky replacement for petrol.
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Okay, I may be really dumb, but...i can't figure out what the deal with e85 is. is it good for forced induction setups or something? I see a lot of people saying "tuned on e85" and I was always under the impression that it was kind of a sucky replacement for petrol.
Yes its very good ****.
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Old 07-04-2010, 08:31 PM   #57
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Yes its very good ****.
If I may inquire more...

why is it so good for FI? I looked around the FI threads but didn't see a reason of WHY it's good.
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Old 07-06-2010, 05:37 AM   #58
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the octane rating is almost like race gas...u kbnow how race gas is like 110 octane well i forgot how much e85 is but its in the beg. of the hundreds......correct me if im wrong!
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You're wrong.

Where's my Northwest homies at? They are E85 fiens.
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So....can anyone explain this mystery...
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Old 07-13-2010, 02:18 AM   #61
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There is now a station here in Port St. Lucie that has e85. It is off i95 on Gatlin Blvd and Fondura Ave Sunoco

And there is also E85 on the Turnpike Port St. Lucie/Ft Pierce Service Plaza, marker #144
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Old 07-13-2010, 09:36 AM   #62
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E85 drop 10 cents here since Saturday. 2.15/gal
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2.01 around hurrr
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dam 2.59 here
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Pacific AVE between Fones and Lilly RD in Olympia, WA has E-85. Usually about 5-7 cents cheaper than the city average for 87.
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paying between $2.36 on the hwy, and $2.49 in town
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Old 08-20-2010, 12:55 AM   #67
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I doubt we will ever have e85 in Hawaii.. our highest oct. is 92 and its $3.77/ gal. fukn sucks!
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Old 08-20-2010, 01:16 AM   #68
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anyone know of a website that you can use to map out refueling stations for a trip? Trying to go from PA to VA

nvm. just found on e85prices.com you can search for directions and they pop up. Just have to add them into your directions.
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hey I got a question for anyone that can answer it, we just got a e85 pump installed at a local gas station, I want to run it in my high compression boost motor, but it's about 25 miles out from my house but 5 mins down the road from my job, hahaha ironic! anyway we have empty 55 gal drums @ my workplace and it would be better for me to just buy in bulk rather than make many trips out of my way to get e85, how do I get around the gas station workers:p they were giving me a hard time about filling a drum up, saying I need a license to transport this and that, and I need to just bring the car to the station.....
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awesome, have a few thats 10 mins away.
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where is e85 in CT
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e85 is wawesome, too bad I have to drive 1.5 hr to get it
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e85 is wawesome, too bad I have to drive 1.5 hr to get it
same here but i have to make that drive for race gas so its really no big deal. I get it 15 gallons at a time usually.
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We need E85 in Connecticut
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We need E85 in Connecticut
Yes you do. There is a way you can make it yourself and it ends up being under 1.00/gal
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