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water meth or E85

ok guys need a little help i have a meth kit that i havent intalled yet and my friends told me not to cus if i get tuned to E85 its the same thang.. is that true? what should i do?
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personally if you have the fuel system to support e85 i would go e85 hands down....

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so what all do i need to support E85 i have a 6076E precision turbo 888cc injectors bigger fuel rail and aeromotive fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator and return line and stage 2 brian crower cams and bigger throttle body and its head studded?
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water meth or E85

There are numerous threads on this topic but I'll chime in too. My fuel system is setup for e85 right now. However where I love there is not one e85 station so that limits me to water/methanol which works great. I wrap ally would rather have e85 but I am limited and will not drive 2 hours round trip to get it


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sorry if this is the wrong place still new at this... i have a E85 station like 10mins away. but what i am asking with the stuff i listed will that support E85? if not what do i need and im guessing E85 puts out alot more power?
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water meth or E85

It not the wrong place just threads have already been discussed about this. No problem though I remember being new here too. You're fuel system is just fine for e85 and if you have it that close I'd go for that. Just be prepared for your fuel sender unit to give up on you unless you have an '03 sender unit.


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i would get a bosch 44
6an lines
bottle neck fix
fpr
return line
1100 cc injector
03 or aftermarket rail....

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ok thanks guys
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Sell your kit. If you have access to E85 no matter what turbo your using, use it.

E85 will make more power and there is no headache about worrying about mixture's failsafe's or parts going bad....minus the fuel sender.
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Keep the kit, and decide if there are enough E85 stations for you to be able to drive where you wanna go. One station isn't enough unless you are only a to and from work kinda person
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umm you can still run pump gas...its not like if you run E85 and theres no station you need to call a cab...

go ahead...change yours too now; again
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Lemme know how your E85 tune likes 93.
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It likes it just fine...I put it in and drive around no problem. The ECU will pull the fuel out for any non WOT situation...you always talk about shit you don't actually experience?

OP: I would steer clear of some of Dust's comments; you can run 93 on an E85 tune if you can't find a station around you. The car will use the LT and ST fuel trims to keep the car within a stoich range. Or you could always use your DSP to switch the tune while you fill up. But if you don't keep the DSP on you then you can still put the 93 in just stay out of WOT

go ahead...change yours too now; again

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Seems we have different definitions of "drive".
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water meth or E85

As I agree with Memphis. You can run 93 on e85. But I wouldn't. I guess if I had to I would. But I wouldn't make a habit of it.

It's alil bit more than just "30 % more fuel"

But yes as u fill up u can swap tune. Simple and ez!


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