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    Our 93 here is labeled as e10 at some places. I averaged this week 30mpg and that was stop and go on the interstate
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeeLee View Post
    They've changed prices here too.
    E15 now is about 10ct/gal cheaper than regular.
    It's not really worth the effort anymore.

    I still would pump E15 in hot summer weeks, but will probably go regular the rest of the year.
    The MPG difference for me is currently too little or negative, from an economic point of view.

    Besides, the car runs great on 87 Octane anyway!
    They do, I wonder how I would fair on an off the shelf map. I would be interested in an 87 slot, maybe 12-15psi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeeLee View Post
    They've changed prices here too.
    E15 now is about 10ct/gal cheaper than regular.
    It's not really worth the effort anymore.

    I still would pump E15 in hot summer weeks, but will probably go regular the rest of the year.
    The MPG difference for me is currently too little or negative, from an economic point of view.

    Besides, the car runs great on 87 Octane anyway!
    You won't believe how great they run on 93 and e85 mixed to E30 and tune .

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    went to the pump today and was shocked to see at the maverick gas station they were charging 3.15 for both 91 and the e-15 87 blend so i just pumped in the 91 and left confused as to how they managed to jack up the price over 50cents on the eblend.


 
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