2005 polaris 700 XC-SP F/O & 1980 Polaris TX-L
I AGREE! It's not good for anything imo. I've seen to many carbs screwed up from that crap. I just cleaned 3 different motorcycle carbs, 2 Harley, and a honda goldwing. The owner told me all of the bikes got NONE ETHANOL. They sat for 10 years, none of the carbs were dirty. The fuel was brown, and smelled bad, but I repeat none of the carbs were dirty. That was the best test I've ever had on none ethanol use. I feel it wasn't meant to be put in our engines, and I will never put it in my sleds, or cars. Not to mention it attracts moisture, not good for sure in a 2 stroke engine that sits in most areas for 8 months.Thats maybe what you think now! Until you start having crank seals go to hell on you when you are 20 to 100 miles from home on your sled and the motor is seized up. cause the ethanol dried out your seals!!
Even if you fog.