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What isn't true? That a little stop n shop store don't have their own refinery? Are you kidding me? What I am saying is 100% correct,. Water in your gas may do that but that is because the station has a defective water separator, its not because of the gas.
What isn't true is that a corporation like Sunoco sells the same gas to a Get Go station. I was a state underground storage tank inspector until two years ago. That's all I did was drive a state vehicle to gas stations. There's no such thing as a water separator at a gas station! hahaha wtf is that even supposed to be? They have underground tanks of 5,000 to 15,000 gallons of various grades of fuel. That's it. The old fashioned pumps have pumps built right into the pump and the newer ones have pumps that pressurize the lines for all of the pumps. Air can get in the system, but not water. They are required to have anodes to prevent corrosion. Inspectors checked them and the Veeder Root analyzers reported what was what in the system, lines, tanks, anodes and pumps.

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Old 11-16-2015, 06:28 AM
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my family runs a Sunoco and there are water separators that remove water from the gas being bumped to the gas pumps. Do your homework, you have a lot to learn so it seems.

Getting back to what I said.,

Its not the gas. I still think there is some sort of timing or fuel map issue


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What isn't true is that a corporation like Sunoco sells the same gas to a Get Go station. I was a state underground storage tank inspector until two years ago. That's all I did was drive a state vehicle to gas stations. There's no such thing as a water separator at a gas station! hahaha wtf is that even supposed to be? They have underground tanks of 5,000 to 15,000 gallons of various grades of fuel. That's it. The old fashioned pumps have pumps built right into the pump and the newer ones have pumps that pressurize the lines for all of the pumps. Air can get in the system, but not water. They are required to have anodes to prevent corrosion. Inspectors checked them and the Veeder Root analyzers reported what was what in the system, lines, tanks, anodes and pumps.
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