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03 Nov 2020 17:07 #1 by Ken Thompson
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Any Mogas MUST be NON-ETHANOL!

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27 Oct 2020 09:21 #2 by William Stilley
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If you can get it, auto fuel is better. I have been using it since 1980, never once a fouled plug or stick valve.

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05 Sep 2020 16:33 - 05 Sep 2020 16:34 #3 by Larry Snyder
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I’ve flown my C85 powered Ercoupe for 15 years, some 1600 hours, and I’ve had 2 stuck valves. Both occurrences were after a long hot day of flying. I’m talking about 8-10 hours with short stops for refueling. I’ve never put anything in my gas. I’ve always used 100LL.
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05 Sep 2020 16:07 #4 by Morris Pearson
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Looking at buying a C85 powered 415C. Curious as to how well it will handle 100LL with or without TCP. Remember the O-200 Cessna 150s did not like the 100LL at all. Had all kind of spark plug and valve lead fouling issues. Considering non ethanol MOGAS but it is hard to come by where I live. Any thoughts or experience on the best answer?

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