I was just wondering about that E85. I read that the E85 has some kind
of acids in it that can harm a engine, that is if the engine was
standard gas but if you converted it to E85. I think they have a kit
for that but its about $700. How much is E85 a gallon anyway? i don't
really know much about it I still have a 92' and 93' Ram.
On Fri, 07 Jul 2006 23:01:53 -0400, "sqdancerLynn"
I agree that it is not compatable but there is some misscomseptions
about its corosiveness. It is no more corosive than water (actaully a
bit less than water) and it is not acidic either but it is a lot more
reactive with fuel line parts than gas is hence the need for higher
quality fuel lines (usually stainless steel for hard piping) and
"rubber" hoses compatable with alchol.
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