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Is it okay to mix Ethanol Free gas with E10 gas?

EaglesEagles Member Posts: 3
edited April 15 in Engine Discussions
A Boat Repair Facility told me today that adding Ethanol Free gas to my boat would cause the Regular Gas (E10) to gel. This doesn't sound right!  

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  • EaglesEagles Member Posts: 3
    Thanks, I will follow your advise
  • OV59OV59 Member Posts: 10
    Just buy an appropriate Racor water separating filter, be prepared to service same, and go boating.  Been there and done all that on quite few vessels.  Just buy the filter and don't worry about it.  Finding non-ethanol fuel is an exercise in self abuse.
  • h2mayoh2mayo USAMember Posts: 4
    I use non-ethanol gas in mine, but I have a buddy that swears by using the additives (enzyme removal) with the ethanol gas. He has been doing it for 5-6 years and has never had any issues with his. Anyone ever heard of doing this?
  • fastback4fastback4 USAMember Posts: 5
    I use stp fuel conditioner in everything that uses gas at my house. even my outboard 115 Evenrude e-tec
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