...Was also looking at using water to remove the ethanol but the base blend is only 85 mon and the 10% ethanol brings it up to your 91 pump gas
That seems self defeating. It's not the Ethanol that is the problem, it's that the Ethanol "attracts" water, and the water is what makes the mess of everything. Ethanol doesn't make the poly fuel tanks swell, it's the water that the Ethanol attracts that makes the poly tanks swell (for example).
See what I mean?
Look into the StaBil 360 Marine. (quoting their webpage) "STA-BIL 360° MARINE offers comprehensive protection by releasing a microscopic corrosion preventing vapor inside the fuel system that coats ALL metals parts, including the fuel tank, fuel sending unit, valves, carburetor, fuel injectors and intake manifold. It’s like fogging oil for your entire fuel system, offering “360 degrees” of corrosion protection and is safe to use in all types of gasoline – from ethanol-free fuel to E85." (end quote).
Ethanol added to gasoline is all feel-good whitewash to make the comfortably numb feel like they're saving the planet. Just another scheme to make billions of munny.
You're best off enjoying these internal combustion engine powered motorcycles all we can, while we still can. Once gasoline is taxed out of reach for most people (at $10 .. $15 .. $20 per gallon) the joyful experience we've all known will fade to black. I've owned motorcycles that seem like they're powered by sewing machine motors (inline 4s with stock exhaust) ... I don't enjoy that experience anywhere near as much as I enjoy the thrill of the ~vroom!~ of truly man-sized hairy chested engines propelling me forward.
There is a song by the band "Rush" called Red Barchetta
. There is a stanza in the song that depicts the experience to a "T" ...
Wind in my hair.
Shifting and drifting.
Hot metal and oil
The scented country air
Sunlight on chrome
The blur of the landscape
Every nerve aware.
That's livin, brothers !!!!