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    Post Shell E10 info & Can Your Honda Use Ethanol Blend petrol!

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    (E10 has a minimum 94 Octane!) THIS HAS CHANGED SINCES THE 1st TIME I POSTED THIS NOW DAYS MOST e10 ONLY HAVE 91 OCTANE dont know why they changed this ... maybe because too much power people stop using 95.

    With the rising petrol price E10 is a nice option to have! i been testing it for 2 wk and it feels very good for power wise but feels like burning quicker (not as many Km/L) could because i was trying its power stepping on it too much .. but will know after few wks ...

    Now they have pushed out E85
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    I think it's fair to say even older Honda's will run fine on E10.

    It's been discussed on here and elsewhere MANY times.


    Nick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nd55 View Post
    I think it's fair to say even older Honda's will run fine on E10.

    It's been discussed on here and elsewhere MANY times.


    Nick.
    this is just info not discuss ...

    and at a Price around Sydney 1.60 people would wants to know a cheaper option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nd55 View Post
    I think it's fair to say even older Honda's will run fine on E10.

    It's been discussed on here and elsewhere MANY times.


    Nick.
    older honda models may run fine, but the ethanol can deteriorate the fuel lines and other items so its best to avoid ethanol unless you like the smell of fuel leaking out lol
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    I have a honda crv 2002 and i am wondering if it will run okay on mine? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmylife View Post
    I have a honda crv 2002 and i am wondering if it will run okay on mine? thanks
    most honda is ok after 2003 due to fuel line upgrade ... but not too sure about 2002 you better ask honda !

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    Stay away from ethanol, it is worse than the black plague. =)

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    I did a write-up ages ago... Works fine.. Dyno curve looks strange and there is powerloss.

    The issue is that it dissolves rubbers in the older engines that haven't had a major service

    In my testing it had eaten away at valve seals and i had 2 fuel hoses burst. One was from old age and the other was a shitty rubber that came with and AFPR purchased from USA. I wouldnt say the ethanol was a direct cause but certainly a catalyst for it.

    This was when united petrol had 98oct + 10% eth

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    Member LSD GD3 is an unknown quantity at this point
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    Found this site with A list of cars Can use or not !
    Can My Vehicle Operate On Ethanol Blend Petrol?
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    Last edited by LSD GD3; 25-03-2011 at 12:02 PM.

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    for the older cars just run cheaper 95 and put in some octane booster
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    If it's just a standard engine, just run 91 or the suggested by the maker. 98 isn't worth it unless the engine requires it.

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