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    #51
    Here'e the effect of using petron super unleaded E10 on my 2010 Genesis Coupe 2.0turbo.... the mechanic at Hyundai Commonwealth said the "pak-pak-pak" sound was "fuel knock". That seems logical since that never happend when i was still using Blaze. I'm gonna fill up with blaze as soon as the tank's empty to see if the sound goes away.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdhZ6vMjMtY"]YouTube- Genesis turbo clicking sound[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZQjSV8T7Zs"]YouTube- Genesis Turbo knocking[/ame]

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    #52
    yung mga small players na hindi kilala ata wala pang halong ethanol

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    #53
    mga small players wala pa e-10. dati xcs ako nag pa pa karga, ngayon sa mga small players nlng!

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    #54
    Please consult your manual, In toyota vehicles since 1979 models, there is a micro adjustment in the distributor for octane rating.

    Quote Originally Posted by biglang_liko View Post
    Here'e the effect of using petron super unleaded E10 on my 2010 Genesis Coupe 2.0turbo.... the mechanic at Hyundai Commonwealth said the "pak-pak-pak" sound was "fuel knock". That seems logical since that never happend when i was still using Blaze. I'm gonna fill up with blaze as soon as the tank's empty to see if the sound goes away.

    YouTube- Genesis turbo clicking sound

    YouTube- Genesis Turbo knocking

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    #55
    Hehehe, I think you have water in your tank. Have your suking mechanic drain your tank and replace filters. Then you may observe if the same thing happens again.

    Quote Originally Posted by voltscastillo View Post
    ^ i don't know exactly. i'm guessing it traps fuel vapors for the carb to use upon startup.

    most taxis remove it, makes no difference to engine. when i removed the broken one, had to crank the engine 3 times before it fires up in the morn.

    since the car's not mine, i went out and replaced the canister valve na rin... mahirap na masisi lalo na't sa in laws ko yun hahaha

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    #56
    Share ko lang. Pinaayos ko carburetor ng Corolla 983 XE ko, pinalitan yung rubber plunger. SAbi ng mekaniko sa A&M dahil daw sa E10 fuel yun. (Napakargahan ko accidentally ng E10 kasi yung gas station na pinakargahan ko, walang sign na yung premium gas nila eh may halo nang ethanol.)

    Ngayon sinasadya ko pa ang Jetti sa Macapagal para lang non-E10 ang maipakarga ko.

    Babayaran kaya ni Migz Zubiri yung ginastos ko sa repair?

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    #57
    ^ You've been filling up ethanol for how many days ?

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    #58
    Quote Originally Posted by biglang_liko View Post
    Here'e the effect of using petron super unleaded E10 on my 2010 Genesis Coupe 2.0turbo.... the mechanic at Hyundai Commonwealth said the "pak-pak-pak" sound was "fuel knock". That seems logical since that never happend when i was still using Blaze. I'm gonna fill up with blaze as soon as the tank's empty to see if the sound goes away.

    YouTube- Genesis turbo clicking sound

    YouTube- Genesis Turbo knocking
    Maybe because the blaze has a higher octane rating ( +98 ) than the super unleaded ( +93 ) ?

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    #59
    Try Unioil. Pure unleaded........

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    #60
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Maybe because the blaze has a higher octane rating ( +98 ) than the super unleaded ( +93 ) ?
    My apologies guys, as it turns out the casa mechanic misdiagnosed the ticking as "fuel knock" when it was in fact later correctly diagnosed as "hydraulic valve-lifter lash" caused by using the wrong viscosity of oil (they used 15w-50 instead of 5w-40) and over-filling the oil. The casa corrected their mistake, and now the engine sounds good as new. But either way, i'm still having second thoughts about using e10 again, and will probably stick to pure gasoline coz I also noticed a drop in fuel efficiency using e10... I averaged 5.8km per liter on e10 vs 6.5km per liter on blaze on a 2.0 turbo.

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Urgent! (can't find non-E10-gasoline)