luckypierre Posted December 26, 2013 Report Share Posted December 26, 2013 Yesterday Shell Petroleum announced that they were ready to submit this new product for certification, that they were expecting no problems in this process, and that it shouldn't take that long before the product is ready for market. To those of us looking for an alternative to today's leaded av gas or ethanol infected mogas (especially here in California) this should be good news. But I'm a neophyte and would appreciate any comments from you much more experienced guys. I also don't know whether this product would be good news for the lycomings and other US engine manufacturers or would the FBO's have to install separate and new pumps for this product? It seems reasonable to assume that a company like Shell P wouldn't be going to this effort for Rotax owners. If we do see this product in the next 12 mos as this VP of Shell was implying it will be a wow feedstock for Rotaxers. I buy 99 unleaded in Europe for my car at most gas stations. These engines were designed around that kind of gas. Thanks, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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