E85

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E85

 (ē′ā′tē-fīv′)
n.
A blend of fuel that is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline or other petroleum-based fuel.

[From e(thanol).]
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You werent specific as to why you dont use E-85 in your Flex Fuel vehicle.
A relatively modest number of gallons sold, along with a lack of activity at the pumps, suggest that E-85 fuel has been slow to catch on with customers since the fuel became available at three service stations on the Massachusetts Turnpike five months ago.
The model is available with a choice of an E-85 3.6-litre Pentastar V-6 and a 5.7-litre HEMI V-8 engine with a fuel-saving multidisplacement system.
With it Byrnes want's to show just how earth friendly he can be, using a bio-diesel fueled heater, pumps full of E-85 and...
The city fleet uses an array of alternative fuels and also has 160 dedicated compressed natural gas, 506 bi-fuel compressed natural gas, 290 E-85 ethanol and three hybrid vehicles.
Go Green Biofuels on Chester Street in Little Rock is gearing up to offer E-85 fuel on Wednesday.
In its final concept form the E-85 FlexFuel Hummer HX embodies the off-road spirit of Hummer in a fully customisable package.
Sales of E-85 capable vehicles were up almost two percent from 266,859 from the first quarter of 2007 to 272,109, while sales of hybrid vehicles showed a significant increase, up about 48 percent from 74,056 to 109,716.
Linder has been involved in promoting ethanol and E-85 for 25 years, ever since the network sent out on-farm ethanol still plans.
The symposium lineup included local and national speakers who explored topics ranging from biodiesel use for agriculture, "green power," and USDA incentives for use of E-85 and biodiesel.