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FLIP'N THE G-5 WHIP
2005 Black Camry
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they say cars made after 2007 can take and handle the increase from E8 or E10 to E15 or E20 RFG North gasoline. but i wonder how my 2005 camry will handle this new proposed law to put 20% ethanol in the gasoline sold in the northeast states: NY, NJ, CT EPA non-attainment zones. i think right now the gas has 10% in RFG gas. i use to be concerned about the level and quality of the detergents and additives in the regular gas at Shell, Hess, BP, Exxon, Mobile, Chevron, Texaco, Citgo, Valero, Sunoco, etc. And i use to ponder the 3 grades offered for sale at all stations, or Chevron Techron versus Shell V-plus, but now, i am nervous that this ethanol will ruin my 2005 engine which was not designded to run on alcohol ethanol corn bio fuel. dang the price of corn and bread and cereal for my kids will increase when american farms sell to the refiner, then we import these staples from china? lol, but seriously, can our Gen 5 cars handle this new increase in corn fuel?
 
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