Thread: E15 vs E10
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Old 08-18-2016, 09:36 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by roosterk0031 View Post
June E10 = 42.418 mpg
July E10 = 42.168
August to date E15 = 42.15

I have only recently in last few tanks tried to fill consistently, hence the big tank to tank swings. E15 is $0.10 cheaper so basically 5% at todays prices with at less than 1% mpg loss worst case. They removed the 87 octane E0 that was $.40 higher than E10.

Anybody else using it?
No E15 in our state for at least 3 years, there was e20 up until about 2 years ago, all the blenders went bust in Wisconsin,
backtracked 10 years in the process.
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