Re: Long Distance Driving, mainly gasoline

Posted by TxGoat On 2023/9/8 10:54:16
I've had no problems with running old cars on (Texas) E-10. The fuel system needs to be clean and in good condition no matter what fuel you use.

When rebuilding fuel pumps,carburetors, etc, it's probably best to use recent production kits and parts. NOS parts may be deteriorated due to age, and some parts may not be resistant to modern fuel blends.

I would avoid storing a car for more than a month or so with ethanol-adulterated fuel, and I would stay away from anything over E-10.

If the car you have acquired has been sitting for a long time, better check for stale fuel before running it.

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