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Old 04-29-2015, 09:40 AM   #36
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Yes, it runs 50/50. Best of both worlds, in that 93 has more BTU (power potential) than e85, but e85 obviously has much higher knock suppression. I'd try to meet up with a local and maybe datalog with their computer?
Okay Ill try to find a laptop I can use. How much is it for the e85 tune, and for sure they will want me to datalog correct?
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i dont remember so i dont want to tell you wrong, but i want to say it was $75; and yes, you'll get the most from it by datalogging.
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i dont remember so i dont want to tell you wrong, but i want to say it was $75; and yes, you'll get the most from it by datalogging.
Okay sweet for $75 for more torque which this car needs! is really not bad at all! Just going to fill up will be a pain lol Thanks man! Found my next upgrade. Now I just need to find a PC to datalog with. I think I have a friend with an old laptop they dont need.
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Would be easier to help if we saw some time slips so we can see where you need improvement......................................................
Sorry about that! Heres the full time slip.
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Okay sweet for $75 for more torque which this car needs! is really not bad at all! Just going to fill up will be a pain lol Thanks man! Found my next upgrade. Now I just need to find a PC to datalog with. I think I have a friend with an old laptop they dont need.
Nah, its really simple. Just go down below half a tank, add 8 gallons of E85, then top the rest off with 93, and theres your 50/50 blend. Then, any time after that just add even amounts of both.

The only hard part is you'll never get a full tank, and you have to do 2 separate transactions at most pumps, but its not terrible.
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Nah, its really simple. Just go down below half a tank, add 8 gallons of E85, then top the rest off with 93, and theres your 50/50 blend. Then, any time after that just add even amounts of both.

The only hard part is you'll never get a full tank, and you have to do 2 separate transactions at most pumps, but its not terrible.
sounds good! Ill try it out. Gonna email the MPT guys right now!
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I doubt pulling an intake and pulling in hot air right by the TB is going to increase HP. The only way that is really going to work is if its turbo in which case you would have a filter right off the turbo but its canceled because the air goes through the intercooler.

And to the OP, when you had your stock tires were you spinning much? If not it may help to put the stock 225 tires on. Adding heavier/ wider tires is going to slow the car down unless you have traction issues.
Wasnt saying it was true hahah he says it has better pull an to voltwings yes he litterally just took his intake off completely he first opened the box to his intake an said it was better so he took the intake off completely to "not restrict airflow" i told him hes a dumbass an ill laugh when he clogs his injectors 😂 he said i wouldnt understand i dont have a vtech lmao

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Most cars will actually lose power when doing that, and on a torque resistant motor like a honda thats a pretty bad idea. The tube actually does create a slight amount of restriction, which increases the velocity of the air traveling through it, which makes more torque.

Yo boy is dumb.

Also, not sure how removing the intake will clog injectors, but ... probably something one should keep an eye on?
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Never said hes smart 😂 he did buy a 2012 four door 4cylinder accord for 20,000

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Maf, O2 sensors, and knock sensors all make excellent paper weights according to my old tuner

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2.077 was my best with stock wheels. Going back this weekend to try and master it with the stock wheels by using proper brake boosting hopefully it works out! Gonna be tricky.
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Brake boosting? You look to be all motor, so i can tell you it wont work, but I tried this on my Fiance's auto:

3.73 gears, 275 nittos, LCAs and brackets, PHB, her car was set up right, and i'd leave off idle, stage to 1500, 2000, 2500 ... no difference, 2.0x 60' every time. I dont think the stock converter is going to let you get off the line much harder than you are now.

i'm thinking he ment brake stalling not brake boosting LOL

were you on street tires when you did that volt?
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i'm thinking he ment brake stalling not brake boosting LOL

were you on street tires when you did that volt?
275 40 19 Nitto Motivo (300 treadwear), but for a ~270 whp v6 they were plenty of tire.
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