Whoa dar Blake,
In what context is the anomaly explained? Running in an engine
initially tuned for straight gasoline or one tuned for the gasohol mix?
Or could it be talking about one of those multi-fuel jobs GM put out
that senses the fuel type & adjusts accordingly?
> The following quote is from "Mark's Standard Handbook for Mechanical
> Eighth Edition on page 7-20b:
> "Despite alcohol (Ethyl) having only two-thirds the caloric value of gasoline,
> blends of up to 15 percent alcohol provide slightly more power and lower fuel
> consumption than straight gasoline. This anomaly is explained on the basis
> higher fuel/air ratio for the alcohol blend."