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SAAB96L
V4 Fan

United Kingdom
173 Posts

Posted - 11 Nov 2021 :  13:47:27 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Folks,

The attached link is via the FBHVC, concerning the most detailed and up to date information pertaining to E10 and other matters arising. It's a lengthy read, but worth sticking with it.

Hope you find it of interest.

https://www.fbhvc.co.uk/fuels

Regards.

Richard.

melle
V4 Guru

United Kingdom
3440 Posts

Posted - 11 Nov 2021 :  21:26:49 Show Profile Reply with Quote
I think this is a vastly overrated issue. Countries like Finland, France, Germany and NL have had E10 for quite a few years now and I've never heard of it causing anyone any major problems (I've certainly never had any issues with it with my cars).

www.saabv4.com

Edited by - melle on 11 Nov 2021 22:55:15
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green96v4
V4 Mad

Canada
634 Posts

Posted - 12 Nov 2021 :  11:42:51 Show Profile Reply with Quote
I'll second Melle's comment (Canada has had ethanol in it's fuel forever) I've not had any issues, I've heard Japanese motorbikes have hoses that disintegrate but I can't confirm this
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john-ayr
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7 Posts

Posted - 05 Dec 2021 :  22:18:37 Show Profile Reply with Quote
If I can add a little to this topic.
It would seem that ethanol can eat alloy over time. If you leave the carbs. full over winter,they can look O.K. but the inside can be quite badly corroded.
It is, however, quite easy to remove ethanol from petrol.

john-ayr
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