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JT

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Hi All

I've got a cat e1 with twin delortos on 2ltr pinto.
I've just come across a fuel additive called ethanol shield? Just wandered if anyone was running this or anything similar.

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No, but I use Ethanolmate (from Flexolite) which was approved by the FBHVC.
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This is interesting to me my car is 2 later pinto and I’m unsure if to use an additive
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Thanks that's the sort of thing I'm looking for. E10 seems to leave a white crust inside carbs.
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This article may be of some interest, list's a few other options to ethanolmate.


https://www.classicandsportscar.com/news/general-classic-car-news/crucial-anti-corrosion-additive-test-results-released

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If your laying car up then maybe remove the ethanol from the fuel is the best option , its not hard we do this for 2 stroke engines
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How do you remove the ethanol?
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You just add tap water to the fuel then mix it up and drain it off its that easy,  go on youtube and type in removing ethernol from petrol lots will come up . its so easy and perfectly safe. we do 25lts at a time . We do it for the 2 stroke racers and also for both our own race cars . 
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