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      01-24-2014, 12:29 PM   #23
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No problem, but for anyone planning on using E85 once the weather gets nice.....

DO NOT BUY POWER GAS E85! Honestly it is crap, and has been tested to normally be in the 60% range. I have a straight E85 tune, and EVERY time last summer I used Power Gas E85, I had timing corrections (which should never happen on E85).... The Newark Airport Gulf Airport has E85, it's a bit of a bitch to get to the station but I've never had problems with the E85 quality.
Do you have the address for the one in Newark airport?
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Do you have the address for the one in Newark airport?
Newark Airport Gulf - 24 Hours
100 Linbergh Rd, Newark, NJ 07114


I'd recommend you bring cash just in case... There's been a few times that I've gone and their credit card system has crashed, so I've bought less E85 than I wanted or waited in the card for the system to reboot



For our more Southern/Central NJ brethren, I'd recommend the Vine Street Shell in Philadelphia. Their E85 has been some of the best I've used, never ever been below 75% and sometimes closer to 90% during the summer.
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Do you have the address for the one in Newark airport?
Newark Airport Gulf - 24 Hours
100 Linbergh Rd, Newark, NJ 07114


I'd recommend you bring cash just in case... There's been a few times that I've gone and their credit card system has crashed, so I've bought less E85 than I wanted or waited in the card for the system to reboot



For our more Southern/Central NJ brethren, I'd recommend the Vine Street Shell in Philadelphia. Their E85 has been some of the best I've used, never ever been below 75% and sometimes closer to 90% during the summer.
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Anyone find e85 in southern nj, say exit 5 or below of the njtp? I've heard rumors of stations in cherry hill area but my app isn't showing them. I went to a station in De bout 20 mins from work & their tank needs repair. No one plan on using the bp in bear De on rte 40 for at least 2-3 months they said. I was so friggin mad when I left there yesterday lol.
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Newark airport sells it.
They have 66% ethanol max at the airport. Iím looking for a gas station that offers a higher E content
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They have 66% ethanol max at the airport. Iím looking for a gas station that offers a higher E content
The Fall/Winter is the worse time to run E from a pump...it absorbs water and will be diluted. I'm in the boroughs and test the stations out here occasionally using a Fuel-It glass tester and just water...takes like 5 minutes and is cheaper than an in-line analyzer.
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