Why can’t you run gasoline engines on biofuel?



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    Short answer: the consistency in the densities of the fuels makes biofuel incompatible with gas engines.  Biodiesel, and normal diesel have a higher energy density, and thus will break an uncalibrated motor.  As engines are pressurized to inject the right amount of fuel and air mixture, and create an accurately sized and timed explosion.  The article cited is absolutely perfect to explain the whole bit in detail.

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