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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-28-2014, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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E85 cold start tips?

Need some help getting my car to start better in colder temps like mid 30s and 40s stock turbo e85 fic 1100s aem ems.


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Post your tune please. Should be able to upload it as an attachment.

What cold start issues are you having? Have to hit the gas to get it to start?
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This is something you should address with your tuner. You should not have an issue getting this fixed!
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I tune my own car and e85 setups want to be pig rich on cold startups, even on hot days they should be rich but lean back out to stoich once the car warms up. You should also see a little faster recovery to stoich idle conditions with warm intake air temps even with a cold coolant temperature. But if both are ice cold the car should be pig rich. I can give exact numbers but my car wanted around high elevens to low 12:1 AFR at post start idle until the car got to atleast 140 degrees farenheit. This is off my Haltech Elite 1500 EMS.
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