G V S Sport Motorcycle - SUNOCO
1551 Cnty Rd 532, Chatsworth (Woodland) NJ
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91 95 110
GPS coordinates: N 39.81765 W 74.53487 (entered by Jonathan Lathbury)
Removed by griff, October 28, 2019 8:36 CDT
Updated by Tom Hunt, November 21, 2018 9:53 CST
Good gas for my 4 cycle Troy-Biilt leaf blower. You see it comes right out of his 55 gallon drum. He's been there at least 40 years. I don't trust gas stations and the people that work there. Who knows what is in those big buried tanks. Many stations pump regular from premium tanks. Modern cars can adjust for octane changes using knock detectors and alcohol, so the owner will never know what it is. Alcohol ruined my last leaf blower. Carb shot and no compression. (burnt valves probably)
Updated by William, September 22, 2018 9:39 CDT
Wish that Richard guy knew what he was talking about. It’s 100% legal to sell this in NJ, the only law you can break with the fuel is putting it into a PASSENGER vehicle and driving it on the road. You are allowed to use it in small engines such as landscaping equipment, ATVs/side-by-sides, and motorcycles (even on the road). I believe you’re even allowed to use it in a passenger vehicle so long as it’s not driven on the road, such as a farm truck.
Updated by Fearless, September 03, 2018 15:26 CDT
Purchased 2.5 gallons of 91 octane non ethanol. Owner prefers you buy outleast two gallons for him to open the pump, which is understandable. I got 91 for $7 a gallon. Good friendly service. He would prefer if you call ahead to let him know you are coming and you can make sure he is their. This is current as of September 2018 95 and 110 octane is also available.
Updated by Fearless, September 03, 2018 15:20 CDT
Current as of 9/3/18 Offers 91, 95 and 110 octane non ethanol gasoline 91 is $7 a gallon 95 is $70 for 5 gallons 110 I forgot exactly what the price was, but it is cam 2 racing fuel (Sunoco brand) and contains lead. The 91 is perfect for small engines with carburetors. Its still cheaper than buying the small cans of trufuel at the big box stores. Also it is not bs and it is legal. If your looking for non ethanol gas and your in the area this is the place to go. The location is not a gas station. Its a mechanic shop that has these fuels available. Good service.
Updated by D. Ferguson, May 24, 2018 15:18 CDT
5/24/18 Bought 10 gallons of 91 for $70.
Updated by Hank B, October 11, 2017 10:25 CDT
They do have ethanol free gas. You must pull into the side entrance. The owner will come out of his house and take care of you.
Updated by Jonny, April 22, 2017 15:29 CDT
Call ahead before showing up, it's a mech garage, not a gas station
Updated by bill, January 19, 2017 17:02 CST
Updated by John, December 03, 2016 20:50 CST
Still have E0 here Richard! Does that make you mad?
Updated by D ferguson, September 08, 2016 15:22 CDT
I just purchased 91 Octane E0 for $5.50/Gal. today from G V S
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 01, 2016 14:45 CDT
I called and verified this shop does sell E0 gas in NJ. This is a motorcycle repair shop and they stock the fuel for bikers. If you have a car or some other need you'll have to bring your own gas can. They can pump 91 and 95 octane E0 into your can. The 110 octane E0 contains a small amount of lead and is sold in five gallon containers. Keep in mind this business went to great effort to stock E0 fuel so their price may be a bit higher than in other parts of the country where E0 gas is more plentiful. None the less I hope you support this business so that the will continue to sell E0 gas.
Updated by richard, May 14, 2016 4:50 CDT
illegal to sell
Updated by Richard, May 14, 2016 4:49 CDT
It is illegal in NJ !!!!
Updated by John M, December 08, 2015 18:44 CST
Whoever posted this is a moron. 110 octane? Really? That's race fuel...Also, you mention almost $10 a gallon. This is obviously BS. I doubt NJ even has any Ethanol free stations left. This shit will ruin all our motorcycles fuel systems within a few years. Use additives to cure the ethanol problem.
Updated by Dude, December 08, 2014 7:39 CST
$9.97/Gallon listed on pump. Cant tell if they're open or not, I kept going.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, October 02, 2014 20:36 CDT
Added GPS coordinates.
Updated by bob, September 24, 2014 6:36 CDT
Posted by Griff, September 23, 2014 19:26 CDT