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Old 09-01-2014, 09:33 PM   #1
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When changing between tunes

How close to "e" do u need to be? For example, I'm on 1/4 tank left w 87. With like 10-12 mi I was planning on switching in to 91. I was gonna fill only half Way or so and then refill again w 91. Is it then safe to download the 91 custom tune?


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U already asked this question and it has been answered multiple times in your other thread.
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U already asked this question and it has been answered multiple times in your other thread.
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The ? Is different do I have to run it to completely empty or what?


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Is there an award for creating the most threads that I don't know about?

Your question is the same. I don't see the difference. If nothing else, you should have asked it in your old thread.

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Unless you're swapping between 93 and e85 I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Run it down to less than 1/10th of a tank and throw in some octane booster (in addition to the 93)

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Unless you're swapping between 93 and e85 I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Run it down to less than 1/10th of a tank and throw in some octane booster (in addition to the 93)

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Np, when I swapped form 93 to e85, I ran the tank till it said 0 miles till empty, them I drove 10 miles, then I idled at the pump for 7 minutes,
You don't have to be anywhere near as extreme as that, since you're still using regular gasoline

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Unless you're swapping between 93 and e85 I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Run it down to less than 1/10th of a tank..
This works perfect and I do the same! Run it down until either 1/10 or even on E. Either way you're going to be just fine! Let us know if you have any other questions and we're here to help!

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