Many know that the ethanol gas kills the rubber in the BSP carbs. We try to run ethanol free gas but being checked prior to a race have failed many times and have to run the ethanol gas. These engines are around 7.5 to 1 comp. In my experience even running VP 116 race gas showed no difference in lap times at a asphalt track we run very consistant times at. My question is, is there any compromise with specific gravity readings for 2014 AKRA/WKA rules we can achieve to allow us to run ethanol free gas, so its less maintainence and problems? Some states may not have an abundance of this fuel but with parts store additives that are available for lawn equipment and marine engines to stabilize and neutralize the ethanol. It would sure be a lot easier on us racers. Im thinking maybe test a few of previous stated and come up with specific gravity rating that will accomodate the use of ethanol free fuel or stabilizers added to fuel without giving a fuel performance advantage. Just a suggestion.