Re: [DMCForum] Re: The oil companies will not roll over and die.
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: The oil companies will not roll over and die.

So much for the "no flaming" rule.  I may need body
guards in Chicago.  :)

The USA is 3,537,438 Sq Miles, and you think 100
fueling stations makes it easy to get?  NJ or not,
there is no way anyone can claim E85 is "available"
with those numbers.  Am I more correct to say
"practically no one sells it"?

Considering NJ is the most densely populated state in
the country, you would think this is where something
like alternative fuel would be more available.  But,
instead they sell it in the middle of "no where".. 
Sounds like a conspiracy to me, which is what we were
discussing in the first place before the personal

This is an example of how the auto companies, and oil
companies can say "look, we are trying to do
something" when in reality they are doing nothing.

Besides, E85 is still 15% petroleum.  WHY?!  Again,
why are we not using Brazil as an example and getting
ourselves OFF OF OIL.

And your right, the world does not revolve directly
around NJ..  New York City is the center of the
universe, so we are close enough to the center.  :)

--- Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'll try to put this as gently as possible:
> ARE YOU BLIND?!?!?!?!??!!
> Now that I have vented my frustration with you... We
> have already
> established that E-85 is available. Have you
> forgotten the web link I
> gave you ( In fact there
> are over 100 places
> to buy E-85 fuel throughout the United States, and
> they're actually
> spread throughout all but a dozen or so states.
> Honestly, I can't
> believe you can make the statement "no one sells the
> E85 fuel" when, a
> couple of messages ago, we established that many
> people do indeed sell
> it!
> The world does not revolve around New Jersey. Just
> because you can't
> get it there doesn't mean "no one sells it."
> As for "Why pay for the FFV feature", you don't have
> to. Many vehicles
> have been E-85 compatible for many years. In fact
> there are millions
> of E-85 compatible vehicles on the roads today and
> most owners don't
> even know they have one! Hell, you might even own an
> E-85 vehicle
> right now:
> The "FFV feature" really doesn't cost anything to
> implement. From my
> understanding, it's just a few fuel system
> components built to handle
> the added corrosiveness of ethanol and a bit of
> programming to allow
> the computer to change a few parameters in real time
> as different
> percentages of gas/ethanol are pulled from the fuel
> tank.
> -Ryan

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