Does supreme unleaded gas contain ethanol?
When the gas station pump is marked that the fuel contains ethanol then all grades of their fuel contains it, including supreme. There are a few places that sell non ethanol fuel, especially near boat dock and boat ramps because ethanol in boat motors causes issues.
to all u retards out there that think supreme unleaded gas will damage your engine it wont the truth is supreme unleded gas is meant for high performance engines because of the higher octane level but however if you think supreme unleaded will help clean ur engine or help it run better it wont your probally just wasting your money but however it wont hurt ur engine just cus it says UNLEADED only hints UNLEADED… Read More
unleaded ethanol gas etc.
If you have the Flex Fuel Vehicle ( FFV )
It's designed to run on " regular " unleaded gas - 87 octane . The gasoline can have a maximum of 10 % ethanol ( If you mean E 85 - NO ! )
You would get slightly better distance per volume of the fuel used.
MOST pump gas has at least 10% ethanol. Check the sticker on the pump.
Unleaded Gasoline, Diesel, Ethanol, or Natural Gas depending on the engine.
Yes it does :)
Unleaded regular pump gas will work just fine. Modern small engines are designed to run on low-octane, unleaded fuel. Stay away from E85, or any fuel with over 10% ethanol added.
You can use anything from Regular Unleaded to Supreme Unleaded. If you just use it as a daily driver I recommend using regular unleaded.
No , regular unleaded 87 octane gas with up to 10 % ethanol is O.K.
Because it has Ethanol in it. The Ethanol increases the octane and lowers the price. Answer Because it has ethanol in it. Ethanol actually decreases the power of gasoline, and subsequently decreases mileage as well. Interestingly, it also makes gasoline more expensive- BUT - this is Iowa, and the government is subsidizing the addition of ethanol to gasoline. In Missouri, where the government does not subsidize, gasoline with ethanol is MORE expensive than its Iowa… Read More
Eastside Country Store and Deli sells Ethanol Free Premium Unleaded
The only way to be sure is to have your gas tested by a certified lab,sorry, rjaustin
At this time all gas stations sell gas with ethanol in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New York. The last small independent stations that sold 100% pure gasoline stopped selling it about November 15, 2010. However some gas station are charging .10, .15 and even .25 cents more for gas that they say does not contain ethanol -----BUT IT DOES. THE NON ETHANOL THAT WAS IN THEIR TANKS RAN OUT WEEKS AGO AND THEY UP THE PRICE… Read More
I have been running a 1985 CB125S on unleaded 10% ethanol regular gas ever since I purchased it from a friend in 1995. As this is 2008, the bike has been run about 10,000 miles on unleaded and 10% alcohol fuel with no problem so far. So, CAN it run on unleaded? yes. mark
According to the 1998 Ford Expedition Owners Guide you use regular unleaded gas with an octane rating of ( 87 ) and up to ( 10 % ) ethanol so it does not have flex fuel engines ( As far as I know if you could use E85 the mileage would be worse )
"Yes. There is 10-15% ethanol in all grades of gasoline". Wrong, the legal limit for ethanol in conventional gasoline has always been "up to 10%" maximum (E10) -The EPA did just approve a new gas type called E15, but this is only "approved by the EPA" for use in on-road vehicles from 2007-onward - Note: Not a single engine manufacturer aprroves or warranties gas that contains over 10% ethanol. Ethanol can be (usually is) added… Read More
For every gallon of gas containing 10% ethanol (referred to as E10 gas), it will contain 1/10th gallon of ethanol (about 12 ounces by volume). Ethanol is primarily used to oxygenate the gas and replace the chemical MBTE, which pollutes groundwater. HOWEVER, since most ethanol in the US comes from corn, it is important to note that using ethanol in gasoline causes GREATER pollution than just gasoline alone. This is because it actually takes more… Read More
Gas stations in the US offer many types. There is regular unleaded, super unleaded, and high test gasoline. These are different due to the octane rating of each. Most stations offer diesel fuel and some offer bio-fuel (made from corn or other plants). Some offer a mixture of gas and ethanol which comes from corn.
Some does and some doesn't. In most states, but not all, if the fuel contains any ethanol, it is will say so on the pump. Ask the place where you buy fuel if their gasoline contains any ethanol.
Fords Flexible Fuel Vehicle ( FFV ) engines can run on regular unleaded gas or E 85 ethanol or any combination of the 2 fuels
Yes, though high octane regular gas (without ethanol) is recommended. You can use blended ethanol mixtures as long as the ethanol content is no higher than 15%. If you use the blend I recommend adding a stabilizer agent (such as Stabil).
Yes, see http://www.toptiergas.com/deposit_control.html for the nitty gritty details.
The 3.0 L flexible fuel version will run on regular unleaded gas - 87 octane , or E85 ethanol , or any combination of the 2 fuels
When I STOP AT A STATION i GOT UNLEADED GAS BUT FOUND OUT DIESEL GAS WAS MIXED IN WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MY UNLEADED TRUCK
Michigan has removed it's law requiring fuel pumps to display whether the gas contains any ethanol. So it cold contain 10 or 15% ethanol. As for Premium, it depends on the station's owner. Some will purchase their fuel ( all gas pumped into all the stations......be it shell, mobil, BP, Citgo etc) comes from only a few distributors. The only difference between them is their additives. That being said, Assume all gas has ethanol UNLESS… Read More
There is no risk in mixing super unleaded gas and regular unleaded gas. Super is just given to the name of a gasoline because of cleaning agents and octane added to the gas not because the gas is completely different.
Certain Ford vehicles which have flex fuel engines can run on regular unleaded gas ( 87 octane ) or E-85 Ethanol or any combination of the 2 fuels
These days, they all do--which makes having your plane STC'd for auto gas slightly worse than useless. If you can't get legal gas, why do it?
87 octane unleaded. There is no benefit to running higher octane fuel in the VLX. The only caution is fuel with a heavy ethanol content as the ethanol can attract water when sitting for a while which will cause problems with the carburetor. (Personal experience.)
Depends on the car. The most common fuel is unleaded gasoline but some cars also run on diesel, ethanol, methanol, alcohol, propane, natural gas, electricity and various combinations of these.
the price of unleaded gas in 1995 was a 1.26
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You can only use the gas that is blended with ethanol. 90 % gas 10 % ethanol. You can not use the new 85% ethanol 15 % gas; this will eat the seals on your fuel system. I hope this helps you. Mark
This process will only cause ethanol molecules to enter the gas phase. So, it's simply ethanol as a gas leaving the solution
( IF YOU HAVE THE 3.0 L FFV ENGINE ) ! - you can use E85 ethanol / regular unleaded 87 octane / or any combination of the 2 fuels i have a 99 ford ranger 3.0 five speed manual ffv engine and it will not run e85 at all it runs it to lean.
You can use unleaded gas in any gas lantern,I am using it for years in 100+ lanterns
Unleaded gas is petrol. In some countries they call it petrol and in others it is called gasoline or gas.
For a 2006 Ford F-150 : " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane * also if you have a Flexible Fuel Vehicle engine you can use " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane , or Ed75 / Ed85 ethanol or any combinations of the two fuels . If you have an FFV there will be a sticker inside the gas filler door and the 8th " character " of the VIN will be… Read More
ethanol added to the gas pump is leading to less mileage for my car. Where can I find non ethanol gas stations on the west coast of Fl.?
There are currently no non ethanol gas stations in Tucson. There are non ethanol gas stations in Tuscon and Flagstaff if you wish to go to one.
When you mix regular unleaded fuel and unleaded plus fuel in a gas tank it results in a mixture of fuel with an octane rating higher that regular unleaded fuel but lower than the octane rating of unleaded plus fuel.
In most areas. yes. There should be a sticker on the pump saying if it has ethanol in the gas. In most areas. yes. There should be a sticker on the pump saying if it has ethanol in the gas.
regular gas IS unleaded...
Sort of but not exactly. E85 means that the gasoline contains up to but not exceeding 85% ethanol (usually, though, it's pretty close to 85%; no one markets E10 (up to 10% ethanol) as E85 even though technically it is "up to but not exceeding 85% ethanol"). So all E85 gas is"gas with ethanol", but not all "gas with ethanol" is E85 gas. An analogy may help: Are dogs the same as chihuahuas? All chihuahuas… Read More
what stations in lubbock tx have ethanol free gas?
The BP at US1 and 192 has non ethanol gas....
apparently none in the Birmingham area are ethanol free. If you search for sites that track ethanol free gas stations you will noticea large circular area in the birmingham area that is free of ethanol free gas stations