20 Facts About Ethanol: High-Octane, High-Performance And Anti-Knock
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20 Facts About Ethanol: High-Octane, High-Performance And Anti-Knock

Ethanol’s in the news, and automotive expert, technician and car-talk host Bobby Likis invites you to be in the know. “Before you as a respected automotive technician jump on the naysayer bandwagon, consider ethanol’s high-octane, high-performance and anti-knock properties,” says Likis.

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Ethanol’s in the news, and automotive expert, technician and car-talk host Bobby Likis invites you to be in the know. “Before you as a respected automotive technician jump on the naysayer bandwagon, consider ethanol’s high-octane, high-performance and anti-knock properties,” says Likis.  

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Octane rating is the standard measure of the anti-knock index — or AKI — of a motor fuel.  The higher the octane, the less the knock.  At 113 octane rating, ethanol protects against detonation, engine knock … and engine damage.  

Likis’s nationwide feature, “Calling All Technicians: 20 Facts About Ethanol,” is designed to enlighten, educate and energize technicians in particular and relies on verifiable science – not myths – to substantiate the facts.  

Bobby Likis gives you the facts about Ethanol, AKI and Octane Rating and how these factors influence power and performance.  To hear more facts, go to CarClinicNetwork.com

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