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Old 06-29-2009, 02:03 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by theycallmeebryan View Post
It may be cheaper, but you need to use more E85 to make the same amount of power. Kind of ironic eh?

If E85 is $2.32 and gasoline is $2.81, gasoline is 21% higher priced than E85.

But, you need to use atleast 30% more E85 to make the same power....

do the math.

I would suggest that YOU do the math, as E85 mixes don't lose that much fe.
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