Posts tagged 'flexfuel'

Does E85 Cause White Smoke On Startup?

Does E85 Cause White Smoke On Startup?

Some car owners who use E85 have reported seeing white smoke come out of their exhaust pipe on start up. White smoke is usually bad news, so it's no surprise that some people are concerned about this.
2 months ago
Does E85 Make Your Car Louder?

Does E85 Make Your Car Louder?

You may be wondering if your engine will become louder on E85, as well. More power usually means a louder car, right?
2 months ago
What Is In Gasoline Vs E85 Flex Fuel

What Is In Gasoline Vs E85 Flex Fuel

Ethanol is much cleaner than gasoline. It burns cleaner, and it doesn't release a lot of emissions into the air. Since gasoline is still in E85, there are still some emissions. The amount of gasoline is small, though, so E85 doesn't release nearly as much greenhouse gas emissions as gasoline does. In fact, E85 produces the least pollutants out of all the types of fuel offered at the pump.
2 months ago
8 Reasons To Fill Up With E85 Flex Fuel

8 Reasons To Fill Up With E85 Flex Fuel

E85 flex fuel is a new and improved version of fossil fuel. It’s a sustainable American-made fuel. It’s made domestically from corn biomass, plant materials, and other renewable sources.
2 months ago
Should You Use E85 Fuel In Your Vehicle?

Should You Use E85 Fuel In Your Vehicle?

Are you considering making the switch to E85 flex fuel? If so, you may be wondering if flex fuel is the right option for your car. We’ll help you determine if you should switch to E85 flex fuel. We put together a list of questions for you to answer. If your answer to any of these questions is a resounding “yes”, then making the switch to flex fuel is absolutely worth it.
4 months ago
Does E85 Go Bad?

Does E85 Go Bad?

Does E85 fuel go bad? This is one of the most common questions our customers ask us. The short answer is yes. Like all fuels (including gasoline), E85 can go bad if it sits long enough.

4 months ago
Does E85 Damage Engines - Or Injectors Or Fuel Lines?

Does E85 Damage Engines - Or Injectors Or Fuel Lines?

As someone who already uses E85 flex fuel, or as someone who’s interested in switching to E85, you may have heard a common myth about it. Rumor has it that E85 damages engines, fuel lines, and fuel injectors. This myth is so prevalent that we have a lot of customers and prospective customers ask us if it’s true. So we want to set the record straight.
8 months ago
8 Enduring E85 Myths

8 Enduring E85 Myths

Flex fuel has been around for a while, but it's only gaining popularity. Many drivers still don't understand flex fuel and how it works. Many rumors and misinformation are going around about E85 fuel (the most common form of flex fuel).

9 months ago

Attention Californian customers!

eFlexFuel products are not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled vehicles in the state of California. Every reference to on road highway use on this site applies to other markets. We insist that our customers always make sure to follow their local rules and regulations.

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