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What is the Ethanol Converter Kit?


About the Ethanol

Bioethanol is produced from biological materials/feedstock. It is rectified alcohol. It is made of starchy crops (maize, barley, wheat, etc.). When producing bioethanol first biomass is converted to sugar, which is then turned into ethanol, by using the methods of fermentation and distillation. The primary materials for ethanol are maize, barley, sugar cane and wheat, but in some cases wood and grass could also be used as raw materials. 

Advantages of E85 bioethanol fuel

1. Cheaper than petrol 

The EU subsidies the use of renewable energy, therefore less excise tax applied to the E85. 

2. Has a higher octane rating than the best petrol 

Since the E85 bioethanol has an octane rating of 105, the engine runs more efficiently. 

3. Eco-friendly 

When using ethanol, the emission of Carbon dioxide is canceled out by greater uptake of carbon dioxide by the plants as they grow to produce the biomass. This way ethanol does not accelerate the greenhouse effect. 

4. Cleans the fuel system 

Because of the fact E85 contains alcohol it is a better solvent than the normal petrol. Using E85 gets the fuel system clearer, increases the power output of the vehicle and also the lifespan of the fuel injectors, while decreases the consumption.

As for the cleaning effect of the E85, when changing to ethanol, it is useful to replace the fuel filter after 1000 km, as it is likely to clog with the great amount of contaminants.


Why do we need converting? The specific energy of the bioethanol is lower than that of the petrol. For the same efficiency of the car’s engine when using 100% bioethanol we need to add more fuel. The converter which is connected between the car’s ECU and the injectors automaticaly set the fuel-air mixture in a way that the car can works perfectly even with 100% bioethanol, 100% petrol and any mixtures of these.

Fuel up with bioethanol fuel using Ethanol Conversion Kit to save significant money per every liter!

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Original connectors

Changeable cable harnesses

Digital system adjustable with computer

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Can be easily removed without leaving any trace

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Can ethanol use damage the petrol engine?

No, if you have a petrol-ethanol conversion kit installed in your car. If you use ethanol rather than petrol,  you can reduce the contamination of the oil, extend the life of the engine, and clean the fuel injection system.

However the E85 is a more aggressive fuel than petrol, it reduces the life of the rubber parts and seals only slightly. There can be problem only with high mileage, old and cracky rubber parts. Before the switch to ethanol fuel, it is recommend to check the fuel systems rubber pipes and seals, and replace them if necessary.

Because the cleaning effect of the ethanol, it is recommended to replace the fuel filter after 1.000 km, which can be clogged from the dissolved impurities.

Does the petrol-ethanol conversion kit increase the fuel consumption?

Ethanol has a lower heating value than petrol, so some surplus consumption can be expected if you use ethanol. This surplus consumption can be various in different car types, usually it is between 20 and 25 %. 

Does the ethanol decrease the performance of the car? 

If you use petrol-ethanol conversion kit, the performance of the car doesn’t decrease, in some cases the performance increases, because the alcohol (110) and the ethanol (105) have a higher octane rating than the petrol. 

What happens if I sell my car installed with petrol-ethanol conversion kit? 

The petrol-ethanol conversion kit can be removed from the car without leaving any trace. It can be used in a compatible car – only the number of cylinders have to be the same or less. 


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