Amoco"white" gas - fact or fiction?
I did a search and couldn't really find this topic.
I've been lead to belive that the Amoco Premium "white" gas or "clear" gas is the best on the market.
The reason I say is that when dealing with outboard motors I always was told to run double oil and ONLY Amoco Premium in all new or rebuilt motors for the first 50 hours or so. Even in older motors, I could let them sit all winter and the carbs would stay clean, the motor would crank right up each spring, hardly ever fouled plugs unless the power-pack or coils went bad.
Is this fact or fiction in regards to today's cars? (we've got a '96 E320).
If so, why don't other oil companies sell "clear" fuel?