Fast Fuel Lilly Rd./Acme Fuel - CFN
501 Lilly Rd Se, Olympia WA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 89 92
GPS coordinates: N 47.04538 W 122.84432 (located from address)
Updated by Allison Dumas, June 19, 2020 12:44 CDT
This station is NOW OPEN after a complete remodel and all new pumps! It now offers 3 grades of non-ethanol Top Tier gas and is open 24/7/365 for pay at the pump purchases on CFN, Visa/MC, and Voyager cards.
Updated by Allison Dumas, May 22, 2020 15:12 CDT
I am the Fast Fuel Manager at Acme Fuel (this station). Please contact me with any questions. 360-943-1133 This station is currently closed for a complete remodel and will reopen around June 4th with all new pumps and 3 grades of non-ethanol gas. Please visit our Downtown Olympia Fast Fuel station at 303 Thurston Ave NE in the meanwhile
Updated by Dave, September 06, 2019 7:43 CDT
This station is set to be renovated. The project is tentatively set to begin October 7th 2019 and will take approximately 8-12 weeks. Per their newsletter: Like our downtown site, it will have all new pumps. We will carry all 3 grades of non-ethanol gasoline.
Updated by Jack, June 30, 2018 0:54 CDT
Their Lillly station has both 87 and 92 ethanol free gas (87 at their downtown station). Here's how the place works. Find your pump, go the to pay machine and run your card (an AVS error means a bad zipcode btw). Get back quick because it'll time out. Good luck! the gas is awesome for my small blower and weed whacker.
Updated by boomer, March 17, 2018 9:50 CDT
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Updated by Dave, August 15, 2016 22:52 CDT
Lilly road location has non-E 87 and 92 octane while the downtown location is being renovated.
Updated by ScottyMc, July 28, 2016 11:31 CDT
Latest comment is incorrect. Three pumps have No Ethanol blue tags on Premium. Acme fuel downtown is closed for yank a tank and 'should' reopen in a few months.
Updated by Steve, July 14, 2016 20:38 CDT
NO ETHANOL FREE FUEL!! Placard on gasoline says may contain up to 10% ethanol!!
Updated by Acme, September 09, 2015 14:29 CDT
Open to the public, 24/7 unattended site. Visa/MC or CFN accepted.
Updated by Acme, September 09, 2015 14:27 CDT
Premium Non-Ethanol gas available with Visa/MC or CFN card. Other station at 303 Thurston Ave NE in Olympia has Regular and Premium Non-Ethanol gas.
Updated by Tom Buckley, August 12, 2015 16:00 CDT
Acme has another station in the down town area of Olympia that sells Premium E-zero. From Lilly Rd. station take either Pacific Ave or Martin Way and head west, they will merge together, continue and go down the hill, when you cross the rail road track, the next street you'll turn right, you'll cross the RR track again, then turn left into the drive way
Updated by Mark M., June 22, 2015 11:48 CDT
Only have midgrade ethanol free now.
Updated by DP, May 04, 2015 3:19 CDT
Pumps 4,12 & 18 are Ethanol Free.
Updated by ST3 Dre, June 08, 2014 17:12 CDT
Put a tank of this in my Focus ST and could tell the difference in performance and especially MPG. avg'd 30mpg on a trip from Olympia to Port Angeles and back. Ran to the top of Hurricane Ridge pretty aggressively, but it didn't phase the mpg. Even the over-run after I get off the throttle sounds better (more popping)!
Updated by lewis, August 30, 2013 16:55 CDT
Updated by Dave, May 29, 2013 19:48 CDT
I bought some mid May 2013 for the first time. 92 only non ethanol. I have a 2002 Honda ST1100 and within 2 miles I could tell the difference. Better idle, better low end, and better mileage. Over 50 mpg for the first time ever. I'm born again and can't wait to put it into my lawn equipment. Especially the 2 strokes. Dave
Updated by King03Cobra, May 19, 2013 12:53 CDT
Has blue stickers on the pumps that are Ethanol free. Was 4.39 with their card 4.49 with your own credit card.
Updated by Kk the Cheese, December 29, 2011 15:28 CST
Wow, what a difference pure gas makes! I am on my 3rd tankfull and my 350Z RUNS smooth, acceleration is much improved. Idle is smoother. I am running Stillen dual exhaust, resonated down pipes, AEM intake, Uni chip, ans Pulse plugs. Pure gas was the missing piece of the performance puzzle.
Updated by Ranger, October 28, 2011 15:17 CDT
Using the pure 92 octain on Lilly road I get 2 mpg more and much better enging performance over the ethanol.
Updated by Brian, August 19, 2011 12:27 CDT
This is excellent! I just bought 92 octane non-ethanol for about $4.00/gal and it's closer to my house than the downtown station that only has the non-ethanol in 89 octane! Woo Hoo!
Posted by Todd, August 05, 2011 12:50 CDT