Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 14:55:33 GMT
From: still me <>
Subject: Re: Octane ratings.....what's the truth?

On 15 Apr 2007 05:40:18 -0700, "darthpup" <> wrote: >Octane is a measure of stable combustion. >Ethanol has an octane raing of 105, so when added to gasoline helps to >increase the octane rating of the mixed fuel. But the distributors know that so they reduce the octane additive (toluene?) quantity to compensate.

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