E-85??

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make sure all the seal's are e85 compatibly and prob have to run abit bigger jetting.. but on cars they have sensor to let them know what fuel content is in them so they adjust on the fly. you get shittier mpg with e85 cause its less btu.
 
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Hmm.....just thinking if this would even make sense..Idk if I want to be in the middle of no where with no e-85 either. It is so appealing with such a high octane rating though. Getting pretty common. Tossing ideas around. I am thinking of dropping a ultima 124" el bruto touring engine in and I know it would run kick ass on e-85!!
 

slothy

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Hmm.....just thinking if this would even make sense..Idk if I want to be in the middle of no where with no e-85 either. It is so appealing with such a high octane rating though. Getting pretty common. Tossing ideas around. I am thinking of dropping a ultima 124" el bruto touring engine in and I know it would run kick ass on e-85!!
Unless the engine is higher compression the e85 won't do u much.
Maybe Jason from GeForce can chime in, sure he's built a few cars for e85.


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Yeah we built a few E85 cars . It requires double the fuel system for the HP demands on big engines. It is a real savings in fuel cost . Problem is finding E85 as not everyone has it and E85 turns to E 70 after certain temps that won't be good for a high HP engine with compression . For the race car we bought a fuel tester to make sure we have pure E85
 

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