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Best of the Blog: May (Ethanol Gas, Diesel Problems, Politics)

Posted by: Bell Performance


At the conclusion of each month, Bell Performance presents the best of the Fuel Additives for Better Performance blog - your guide to catching up on the most popular and helpful articles from the last month.

The month of May saw the introduction of a new ethanol treatment from Bell (Ethanol Defense) and some lively articles on the ethanol issues and other areas:

Hindsight is 20-20: The Ethanol Picture 7 Years Later - Seven years ago, they were hoping we'd be using 7 billion gallons of ethanol a year. Safe to say, they've met their expectations.

All Gas Is Not The Same - Because of the ethanol issue, you can fill up even at the same station multiple times and the gas you get won't be the same every time.

Changes In Diesel Fuel Mean Big Problems For Diesel Users - They took the sulfur out of diesel a few years ago. Now diesel users are fight a constant battle with bacteria in fuel.

Ethanol Defense: Your Best Defense Against Ethanol Problems - The first new formulation from Bell Performance in a long time.

The Politics of Ethanol Gas - Politicians on both sides of the aisle have thrown their hat in with the ethanol supporters. And now they're making a law that makes ethanol producers free from blame for engine damage from ethanol.

If you missed any of those (or just want a refresh), just follow those links to the articles on the Bell Performance blog.

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This post was published on June 8, 2012 and was updated on December 15, 2016.