Originally Posted by racerg35335
I only have the 110 available near by. I have a station with e85 right down the street but have yet to run it. The weather changes around here so often I'd like to keep the octane up to deter any timing corrections and keep from having to log everytime the weather changes. I've done plenty of research but is there ANY reason I should not run a 30% mix of e85 (other than reduced gas mileage).
If you're already running good 93 octane then you shouldn't need a 30% mix to clear up timing corrections. If you're having small corrections putting in 1 or 2 gallons should take care of it.
Of coarse, if you do run a 30% mix then you could adjust ATR to make a lot more power