KlausNW wrote:Your plane has a Lycoming doesn't it?
Lycoming has changed their Service Instruction 1070 to include Auto Fuel, many overhaul shops have included this service instruction in their warranty. I would push these guys a little to do the same.
cubdriver2 wrote:I've burned over 17,000 of mogas in the last 20 years. But I always break an engine in with 100LL for the first 50 hrs
RKittine wrote:At Warwick we do not sell enough fuel to keep the prices low and are still working off $5.25 a gallon inventory. If we did get a load of Auto Fuel we would probably not be able to use it quickly enough. At other local airports the price for 100LL is around $4.00 a gallon, but Auto Gas, even High Test, which is all that is usually available without Ethanol is about $2.40 a considerable savings. When flying around, I usually top with 100LL so probably running a mix of about 1/3 100 LL to auto most of the time.
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