Last post on May 11, 2008 at 7:59 PM
You are in the Ethanol - E85 FlexFuel
What is this discussion about?
Alternative Fuels, Hybrid Cars
#17 of 25 Re: Are Any vehicles Flexfuel AND Hybrid? [gagrice]
Jul 27, 2006 (11:38 am)
If you want to see info on the Prius go to john1701a.com
An excellent source on VW TDI's go to tdiclub.com
A good sorce of info on e85 is e85fuel.com
A google seach will give a wealth of info on this topic. One need to keep in mind, dispite the enthusiest and the naysayers, all these vehicle segments have good and bad points. Those sites I mention are very helpful and friendly. Some sites even have a network of likeminded owners for one to network with in regards to the vehicle.
I hope this helps...
#19 of 25 Ethanol Conversion
Dec 12, 2006 (3:16 pm)
We can however help you with your ethanol problems. My company provides the Full Flex Gold converter a unit that will allow any vehicle with Multi Point Fuel Injection to run on Ethanol or gas whenever you choose without having to push any buttons or flip any switches. The Full Flex Gold works with microprocessors that automatically adapt to your fuel systems requirements.
There are no polarity concerns with Full Flex Gold. Our unit simply calculates an ultra fine adjustment which will allow your vehicle to run on any mix of ethanol whether itís 20% or 100%. Full Flex Gold is designed to be used with any vehicle in good maintenance condition and also in original Flex Fuel vehicles. Full Flex Internationals technical staff that is led by our ASE certified technician Dan Lorenzo is highly qualified to deal with and solve any problem in the area of automotive technology and can make a diagnosis submitted by telephone, e-mail and fax; Alex Conger and Curtis Lacy with their extensive background in marketing and customer service are responsible for any and all information needed for our customers to receive a better understanding of the Full Flex Gold converter. Our web address is www.fullflxint.com Please feel free to stop in and visit the site. We are having our first FULL FLEX GOLD-RUSH Holiday Sale that ends December 21!! We are Knocking 40% off all units and are running out of the Full Flex Gold very fast. So, be sure you get the unit that is right for your vehicle now because we may not have it again until next year.
#20 of 25 Re: Ethanol Conversion [fullflexusa]
Dec 12, 2006 (7:38 pm)
Does your company guarantee that the Ethanol will not damage aluminum engine parts? My understanding is that is why Toyota and Honda are dragging their feet on E85 capable cars.
#21 of 25 Re: Ethanol Conversion [fullflexusa]
Dec 13, 2006 (8:53 pm)
When it comes to corrosion E85 can cause damage, since prolonged exposure to high concentrations of ethanol may corrode metal and rubber parts in older engines (pre-1988) designed primarily for gasoline. The hydroxyl on the ethanol molecule is an extremely weak acid, but it can enhance corrosion for some natural materials. For post-1988 fuel-injected engines, all the components are already designed to accommodate E10 (10% ethanol) or higher blends through the elimination of exposed magnesium and aluminum metals and natural rubber and cork gasket parts.Hence, there is a greater degree of flexibility in just how much more ethanol may be added without causing ethanol-induced damage.
Now we also have a company that provides extended warranties for all flex fuel vehicles and converted vehicles as well. Call us at 866 568-3617
#22 of 25 Re: Ethanol Conversion [fullflexusa]
Dec 17, 2006 (7:31 pm)
I tried to log onto the website (www.fullflxint.com) and it did not exist!
#23 of 25 Re: Ethanol Conversion [stillwaters]
Dec 17, 2006 (9:01 pm)
the website is www.fullflexint.com
#25 of 25 Still trying to find alternative fuel vehicles?
May 11, 2008 (7:59 pm)
Just found this website called afvfinder.com, it currently has a few flexible fuel vehicles and other alternative fuel vehicles in the rocky mountain area.