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soooo im away from my car right now and my brother in law is driving it for the summer. he owns a couple gas stations in las vegas and through the grape vine i heard that as a birthday gift, he's gonna convert my car into an e85 running pony. now, i dont know anything about e85 conversion but i do know that its slower burning and a lot cheaper than 91 octane. should i be concerened about anything??? or should i be happy to go green(so to speak)?
 

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it wont really affect me too much on mpg.my total weekly commute is roughly 24 miles. but my question lies in the fact that my engine is not a regular 3V like most of the GT's. i've got an old 99 4V with all the fixins and stuff. but i dont think my brother in law has factored in that fact yet. im more curious to find out if i'll be having any kind of issues running e85 on a 10 year old motor with 10 year old outdated engine internals.
 
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