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Old 03-29-2015, 09:41 PM   #29
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E85

Any thoughts on doing e85, would extra parts be needed, what kind of hp/tq would you expect?
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what would this kit, install and a tune run?


I would be interested in this too
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Would this kit without the over pipe bolt up to the stock exhaust? I'm looking at an aftermarket full exhaust kit that includes a 2.75 overpipe that bolts up to the stock header. So in theory, it sounds like it would work.
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Old 05-21-2015, 02:40 PM   #34
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On or about? It's here, we're up to #5 now, what sort of news are you looking for?

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Any thoughts on doing e85, would extra parts be needed, what kind of hp/tq would you expect?
The usual suspects - FF Kit + Quality Injectors and a proper tune, 400+ isn't an issue. The real question is how much the stock engine would hold, so everyone should keep expectations in check. Either way, it's not being offered as a DIY kit currently, only thru professional installers.

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Would this kit without the over pipe bolt up to the stock exhaust? I'm looking at an aftermarket full exhaust kit that includes a 2.75 overpipe that bolts up to the stock header. So in theory, it sounds like it would work.
I dunno, I've never tried that without the supplied OP so I can't really say. And this is how assumptions work and when stuff doesn't fit, people complain.

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I dunno, I've never tried that without the supplied OP so I can't really say. And this is how assumptions work and when stuff doesn't fit, people complain.

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True story haha. Thanks for the reply!
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On or about? It's here, we're up to #5 now, what sort of news are you looking for?



The usual suspects - FF Kit + Quality Injectors and a proper tune, 400+ isn't an issue. The real question is how much the stock engine would hold, so everyone should keep expectations in check. Either way, it's not being offered as a DIY kit currently, only thru professional installers.



I dunno, I've never tried that without the supplied OP so I can't really say. And this is how assumptions work and when stuff doesn't fit, people complain.

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Just wondering if you had pushed 85 yet, and if any of your customers are tracking with this kit
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There is that much of a difference. We're further up North, cooler climates, less heat, better gas - I doubt this will be good for 91 Octane setups. It'll run, but it won't be no 300WHP.

I'll be doing some lower octane setups later, so more on that when it happens!


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Have you done any lower octane setups yet ? In my country our 95 RON fuel is like a 90 - 91 ACN type equivalent, so just trying to see how this setup will do with "poor" fuel.

What boost level do you estimate will be required on the above fuel, 7- 8 psi ?

I'll either run some Ethanol or an Octane Booster for spirited days and higher boost, but the daily map will have to be on the 95 RON.
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Just wondering if you had pushed 85 yet, and if any of your customers are tracking with this kit
Starting on one tomorrow, should have some results next week.

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Have you done any lower octane setups yet ? In my country our 95 RON fuel is like a 90 - 91 ACN type equivalent, so just trying to see how this setup will do with "poor" fuel.

What boost level do you estimate will be required on the above fuel, 7- 8 psi ?

I'll either run some Ethanol or an Octane Booster for spirited days and higher boost, but the daily map will have to be on the 95 RON.
I am working with something in that range, but given previous experience, running about 6-7 PSI would be about the octane limit, to say nothing about your environmental conditions (humidity, temperature, et al.)

Blending some Ethanol works, but it's not an instant process, and Octane Boosters only improve the situation by... a point. That's a decimal point. IE Octane booster + 91 = 91.1 or 91.2 Octane.

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Starting on one tomorrow, should have some results next week.



I am working with something in that range, but given previous experience, running about 6-7 PSI would be about the octane limit, to say nothing about your environmental conditions (humidity, temperature, et al.)

Blending some Ethanol works, but it's not an instant process, and Octane Boosters only improve the situation by... a point. That's a decimal point. IE Octane booster + 91 = 91.1 or 91.2 Octane.

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Thanx for the reply, I'll watch this space
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Updates on the E85?
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