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Old 07-29-2013, 01:13 PM   #1
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Race gas over E85?

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On a N/A motor e85 won't show drastic increase in power.. Also you will need to be tuned for e85 which will cause gas mileage to dip down low. Where I live I don't know of very many e85 gas stations..
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You're on the On3 setup right? Which one is more readily available in your area?
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Ya well modified on3 haha not using to much of their stuff.. I'm on a 76 on 18 lbs. return style fuel etc and man proly E honestly I can get a drum of 110 at smileys but I can go to a few stations locally and pump E.
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I would probably do E85 just cause it's cheaper
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