E85 Ethanol And Your Old Muscle Car
When you start asking questions about converting your American classic cars to E85 ethanol, you wonder if its a excellent thought because the alcohol will eat all the rubber components.
To an extent this is right, it will eat all the rubber components in your fuel system, being as how fossil fuels are made from oil, and alcohol isn’t. But don’t let this discourage you from converting your ancient muscle car to E85.
You can covert all of your ruber fuel lines to steel. or uerethane.
The fuel lines are the first step, after you get those done. You can start to update the rest of the furl system. Cars have been running alcohol on the race track for years, and if they can run it you can to, the race track is where most of the new developments and innovations are made for your car.
I would suggest that you convert your ancient car to fuel injection for the best possible results, and the largest gain for your car. I know how some people reckon that you need to keep your ancient car all factory stock, but its about time that people start to update their ancient cars, and take advantage of some of the new technology that is available today.
It’s right that converting to E85 will lessen your gas milage, but it will extend the life of your high dollar engine, and this alone makes it worth while. It all depends on how much you like your classic muscle car.
Fossil fuel still works fantastic, and it will for a lot of years to come, but it’s always best to keep your eyes on future developments for your classic muscle car. Anthing that can help it to last longer is a excellent thing.
I know that the talk about E85 has diminished to an extent, but that does not mean that it has gone away. I know that a lot of people are talking about the use of hydrogen, but to this day it’s not a viable replacement for fossil fuels.
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