I only stop at stations that say no ethyl in our gas, or whatever.
I don't want that crap in my Mustang. Not from a performance/non performance aspect.
But more of a I don't want my fuel system ruined! I have a 2011, which does not have
any flex fuel, bio fuel crap labels. I ONLY drive my car on the weekends. I have a car
given to me by my employer to drive Monday through Friday. In other words, my personal
car is a "weekend" car. Living in the midwest, when it rains, snows etc, I DO NOT drive
my Mustang. I've driven Mustangs for over 35 years, and they just do NOT like anything
really other than sunny days with DRY pavement. In the winter, my car might set for two
weeks or more, without being driven. With the nature of the corn gas(alcohol) that loves to
ROT the rubber gaskets and what not of fuel systems, I'd rather not have that crap flowing
through the fuel lines.
"Bio" fuel is nothing more than the corn industry, paying off the EPA, politicians and what not,
in a way to JACK UP the price of corn. Also, who the h&ll came up with the brilliant idea of
using a FOOD CROP, and not only a food crop, but a STAPLE crop like CORN, as a FUEL.
Ask any kid...they would GLADLY give up sugar beets before giving up things like corn on the
cob, frosted flakes, 99% of the other corn based cereals, not to mention pop corn. Yeah, the
corn for fuel is a different type of corn, but, if the price of that corn pays out more, corporate
farms will plant more "fuel" corn that "food" corn. Other countries have used sawgrass, sugar
beets and what not, but the corn industry here, has suckered (payed off) those that make the rules,
to use corn, instead of something else.