Ethanol’s in the news, and automotive expert, technician and car-talk host Bobby Likis invites you to be in the know. “Before you as a respected automotive technician jump on the naysayer bandwagon, consider ethanol’s high-octane, high-performance and anti-knock properties,” says Likis.
Octane rating is the standard measure of the anti-knock index or AKI of a motor fuel. The higher the octane, the less the knock. At 113 octane rating, ethanol protects against detonation, engine knock … and engine damage.
Likis’s nationwide feature, “Calling All Technicians: 20 Facts About Ethanol,” is designed to enlighten, educate and energize technicians in particular and relies on verifiable science not myths to substantiate the facts.
Bobby Likis gives you the facts about Ethanol, AKI and Octane Rating and how these factors influence power and performance. To hear more facts, go to CarClinicNetwork.com.