i should have bothered to read the last line of the last page:
"Reference: Information used under a limited license agreement with the
Renewable Fuels Association, Washington, D.C. 6/2011"
just one reference??? it all makes sense now!
Interestingly, many racers use alci for fuel. I suspect that part of why
E85 doesn't produce the MPG that E10 or zero to minimal E levels is that
the vehicles are optimized for gasoline and gasoline engines cannot
tolerate the significantly higher cylinder compressions that alcohol can.
Boost compression for E85 exclusive fuel and I suspect that MPG will be
similar to a straight gasoline equivalent.
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