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hi8ha

Ethanol concerns

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Went to fill my truck at the Shell gas station I always use. Noticed a sign saying the gas, all types, has/is 10% ethanol, it was not like that the last time I went there 5 days ago. My concern is, can the 95 octane gas 10% ethanol can be used in my MY99 911? It made no difference on my GMC MY99 truck.

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:oops: Shell SUper 93 octanes.

Thanks for the peace of mind.

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I would trust Shell gas 100%.

Shell premium in Fla is 93 octane not 93. Since Shell supplies Hess too, Hess has moved to the 10% ethanol.

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Our fuel in Colorado in the winter has 10% ethanol and I havent had any problems. I use only Shell in all my cars.

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I would trust Shell gas 100%.

Shell premium in Fla is 93 octane not 93. Since Shell supplies Hess too, Hess has moved to the 10% ethanol.

Hi Kevin, I think you have a "typo" in here.

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I think 10% ethanol gas is mandated by our Government in populated cities as part of the cleaner air movement.

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