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Old 04-14-2011, 10:39 AM
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OK... Hey look I'm a corn grower myself, But much of the mid west, you can't even find E85, and its not a "no brainer". Only has 2/3 the energy of reg gas. So unless its 2/3 the price... it costs you more, and you get 2/3 the range regardless of price.

And everyones looking to get less out of a tank right now...

Bingo! My dad has used it before in their Tahoe and he said it was shocking how poor the gas mileage was even despite the difference in gas cost. I don't remember the calculation figures but it wasn't even close.
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E-85 sucks it will never replace good old gas.
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