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I moved away from Momentum99 with 5% ethanol, but I think plain Tesco 95 unleaded has now gone ethanol too. There's a new E5 sticker on the pumps and I've recently been observing some leaning out about 2000rpm at very light load. Initially I thought my vacuum tubes had gone porous again so replaced these with motorbike vac-tubing. Hesitation is still there. At 2500 the main circuit activates and the pump jet will cover some of it but it was nicer. So I need to stretch the idle jet range a bit higher. It has been using 43 idles in 7850.1 holders givin
If you've been to the petrol station recently, you'll have noticed the labelling of unleaded and diesel has changed. The new labels are E5 and B7 for petrol and diesel respectively. https://inews.co.uk/essentials/lifestyle/cars/car-news/petrol-pump-labels-changed-what-you-need-to-know/ So E5 petrol contains 5% ethanol, B7 is 7% biodiesel. The government is considering introducing E10 petrol, but the RAC research says older Volkswagen golfs are not compatible.. Would our old Polos be ok?