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Default E85 51% - 12-27-2021, 06:50 PM

Wondering if this is common to all pumps in the US? Or do other states have another minimum percentage. I'm south of Atlanta.
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Default 12-27-2021, 07:52 PM

That is pretty common.

Make sure you test the content before you use it, it's likely over 51%


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Default 12-28-2021, 05:52 AM

Very common. I don't know the exact regulations by state, but "E85" typically varies from about 50-83%. As far as I'm aware, actual 85% ethanol at a pump would be very rare to find as 83% is typically the high-end.

As already mentioned - testing is the best way to confirm. Most E85 is likely somewhere in the 70-80% ballpark. Some stations in colder states may get lower ethanol in the winter (50-60%'ish) due to concerns/issues with cold-starts on heavy E85 mixes.


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