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Old 10-22-2019, 08:49 AM   #631
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2.34% is fine on regular fuel (non-ethanol). Stock wasn't even that good for me.
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Old 10-26-2019, 11:38 PM   #632
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Is MAF scaling on E85 after scaling on 98 the same via the vgi tool?


Gather I don't use the 98 scale on E85?
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Is MAF scaling on E85 after scaling on 98 the same via the vgi tool?


Gather I don't use the 98 scale on E85?

You should be avle to ise same maf scale on 98 and e85 on same car with same intake
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You should be avle to ise same maf scale on 98 and e85 on same car with same intake

Thanks Steve, reason I ask is that when comparing tunes in Romraider it seems Waynos have different MAF scales for 98 and E85.
Why is this?
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Thanks Steve, reason I ask is that when comparing tunes in Romraider it seems Waynos have different MAF scales for 98 and E85.
Why is this?

Might be just his way of doing fueling or the injuctor scaling\di pressure adjystments are slightly off
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