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Re: E10
« Reply #15 on: 24 July 2021, 10:38:12 »

esso synergy is ethanol free and 99 ron too so no issues there.im using it now in all mine.
Are there still Esso stations about?  Can't say I've seen one in ages.
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Re: E10
« Reply #16 on: 24 July 2021, 11:19:30 »

I covered this in my thread:

https://www.omegaowners.com/forum/index.php?topic=148287.0

Apart from the 2.2 direct injection engines, all our Vauxhall’s are safe on E10 ;)
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« Reply #17 on: 24 July 2021, 11:36:12 »

 I was about to put some super E5 in the Boxster at my local garage yesterday. Then noticed it was priced at 156.9p per litre.
It will have to make do with the cheap stuff for the moment.  ::)
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Re: E10
« Reply #18 on: 24 July 2021, 11:47:08 »

esso synergy is ethanol free and 99 ron too so no issues there.im using it now in all mine.
Are there still Esso stations about?  Can't say I've seen one in ages.
Yes they're still around. The footprint of a fuel station is usually worth a lot more to the franchisee as a building site then it is as a business, so we lose more and more every year.
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« Reply #19 on: 24 July 2021, 12:46:40 »

The Saab might be a posh Vectra, but the Swedes say okay for E10.
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« Reply #20 on: 24 July 2021, 13:53:27 »

E10 is fine in SWMBOs 2005 Subaru forester.
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« Reply #21 on: 24 July 2021, 16:05:56 »

esso synergy is ethanol free and 99 ron too so no issues there.im using it now in all mine.
Are there still Esso stations about?  Can't say I've seen one in ages.
Yes they're still around. The footprint of a fuel station is usually worth a lot more to the franchisee as a building site then it is as a business, so we lose more and more every year.
Round here, its farmers fields that get snapped up for building houses.

Where the opps are all these people coming from?  Obviously, my manifesto for Dictator has a cheap, easy solution.
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« Reply #22 on: 24 July 2021, 18:37:45 »

esso synergy is ethanol free and 99 ron too so no issues there.im using it now in all mine.
Are there still Esso stations about?  Can't say I've seen one in ages.
Yes they're still around. The footprint of a fuel station is usually worth a lot more to the franchisee as a building site then it is as a business, so we lose more and more every year.
Round here, its farmers fields that get snapped up for building houses.

Where the opps are all these people coming from? Obviously, my manifesto for Dictator has a cheap, easy solution.

French France, in large dinghys mainly. Thats apart from the 5 million plus EU citizens who came here from the time Blair opened the floodgates until about a year ago.
If you believe in freedom of movement, you cant really complain about houses being buiult all over Englands green & pleasant land.  :)
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Re: E10
« Reply #23 on: 24 July 2021, 18:51:47 »

surely we have some naval gun ships and a few sailors still on the payroll  :-\

load the guns with tracer shells and carpet tacks  :P

The RNLI say inflatables are dangerous and shouldn't be used anyway  ::)
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