I read that it attacks old rubber/composit gaskets and some metal components
in the fuel system (like the carb). It also flushes out any varnish in the
system so could clough fuel filter and carb jets. Ethanol has more octane
but gives less miles per gallon. With the timing set correctly, I don't see
why it wouldn't run fine (until it ate thru hoses and carb, at least).
Octane only means that it has a low flash point. In the USA gasoline is
classified as an explosive because it goes off so easily. Nitrocellulous
gunpowder is merely a flammable.
Gasoline is an aromatic. It's easy to build engines with shit engineering
With the "timing set correctly" you still lose with Ethonol. Learn up.
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