Originally Posted by LakevilleSSEi
Mainly for Fords. Different engines. I don't know what the difference really is. But I've heard it'* not compatable with normal gas engines like ours.
Nooo, new chevy trucks run it too. It'* basically 85% corn oil instead of petroleum, there'* a very slight loss in potential power. The only problem with it is some fuel systems can't accept it, because they have materials that will degrade because of the high ethanol content.
MN requires 10% ethanol in normal gas, and is considering going to 20% in the near future. Our gas prices are significantly lower then surrounding states, and the money goes back to farmers.