Up here I was finding 18%-20% at Hess, according to my scan tool on my flex-fuel Silverado. I checked after noticing a decrease in power and poor mileage. Further checks revealed they alternate the amounts like the wind. My guess is they all do this on purpose in collusion with the state government (at least up here). Less MPG's means more fuel tax in their pocket, plus kickbacks from ethanol producers.
When I was tuning my RD after the build, I was AMAZED at how BIG I had to go with the jetting. Seemed like 3x BIGGER than stock - that's 3x MORE fuel flowing than in the 70's. Crazy ...
Freddy wrote:I had to give my name, address, etc.... but worth the effort. What a mess if this E15 crap hits the streets.
I respond to so many bills that my info just autotypes when I visit that site.
The government has or can get all that anyway, so I'm not concerned. Definitely worth the effort.
Thanks for supporting the cause, Freddy!