- 06-06-12 10:54 AM #1
What would happen if I put e85 in my northstar. Just curious....
- 06-06-12 11:05 AM #2Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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I don't know but from the reqirement of high test to E85 just doesn't sound to good to me.
- 06-06-12 11:31 AM #3
The trouble with E85 (other than the reduced energy/btu's it contains per volume) is that if your fuel system is not equipped to handle the alcohol (specifically the rubber-type seals/hoses and some other non-metallic pieces) they will eventually crack and/or degrade causing leaks, blockages or completely plugged orifices.
- 06-06-12 05:46 PM #4
I hate plugged orifices.
- 06-06-12 07:07 PM #5
E85 is a stupid idea. Burning food for fuel is a waste.
- 06-06-12 07:42 PM #6
I wonder what the exhaust smells like
- 06-06-12 08:08 PM #7
This was just on Goss's Garage on Motorweek, E10 is all right,
BUT E-85 is 85% alcohol and is ONLY recommended for E85 vehicles which
are clearly labeled on the outside of the vehicle for E-85 !
DO NOT USE ON OUR CADILLACS....
also what C&C said above.
- 06-06-12 10:14 PM #8Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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