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Old 01-02-2014, 11:01 PM   #36
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I do not have a factort motor budy. Im fully built. So nice try yet again

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I Was there the whole time lethal tuned my car as I always am. They have built my car from start to finish. So keep on.

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And you havd no clue whats done to my car little 150 shot man
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Old 01-02-2014, 11:11 PM   #37
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And yes I am new to e85. However i am not new to the new 5.0's o3/04 cobras or the pesky 3v. I have owned all 3 and they were all heavily modified. but there is plenty of shops getting a 30hp gain with the switch to e85. So like I said call the ones who built my car/tuned it and tell them thay they did not do this.
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And yes I am new to e85. However i am not new to the new 5.0's o3/04 cobras or the pesky 3v. I have owned all 3 and they were all heavily modified. but there is plenty of shops getting a 30hp gain with the switch to e85. So like I said call the ones who built my car/tuned it and tell them thay they did not do this.

Lol I posted up already. F this lol
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Lol I posted up already. F this lol
I know you did. There just some people that want to argue with it, even though there is quite a few with the same gains.
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I know you did. There just some people that want to argue with it, even though there is quite a few with the same gains.
I find it comical you like to race dyno sheets. Show us some track numbers to back up your claims.
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Old 01-03-2014, 10:23 AM   #42
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I find it comical you like to race dyno sheets. Show us some track numbers to back up your claims.
I have said countless times my car was not built for the 1/4. My track does arm drop street racing and roll events every month this is where my car shines.
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I have said countless times my car was not built for the 1/4. My track does arm drop street racing and roll events every month this is where my car shines.

Who cares what the car runs? The point was that you couldn't get 30+rwhp from e85 and apparently you can. You and I both proved that. There will always be somebody faster anyways... So what difference does it make how much faster E85 makes your car? How about how much safer it makes it? Or how much cheaper it is than race gas.. People on this forum are all about who's the best looking or who has the fastest car and people who come here to find info just get to see a bunch of worthless arguments. It's a joke
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Old 01-04-2014, 04:20 AM   #44
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e85 and proper oil in coyotes.

My argument was that you don't need a bap. And he called my car a slow piece of junk.
Somebody chimed in saying he's been running without a bap and it's fine......
I know several people running without a bap.
My information is not only informative but will also save people money. And he gets his butt all tickled and starts flaming on people and calling people names......
Dudes either has little man syndrome or has been on steroids his whole life. Maybe he was rejected by his parents. Either way. You don't need a bap to switch to e-85.
I also do not disagree that he got 30hp. That sounds good enough to switch right there. But I don't have enough stations in my location to switch.
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I stated I run 80lb injectors and a BAP bc I had such a large hit of nitrous on the car
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Reason I do what I do, is because I know what I'm talking about, and do not appreciate being told I do not. I have no reason to lie about it. Like I said e85 loves timing and we added a good amount. I was there with my tuner through the process. We kept adding/taking timing out till we found the sweet spot. Only downside I have found on e85 is when it is real cold outside, can be hard to start.
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Reason I do what I do, is because I know what I'm talking about, and do not appreciate being told I do not. I have no reason to lie about it. Like I said e85 loves timing and we added a good amount. I was there with my tuner through the process. We kept adding/taking timing out till we found the sweet spot. Only downside I have found on e85 is when it is real cold outside, can be hard to start.
Like how cold? Below 50?
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Like how cold? Below 50?
Yes. But more like 43 and below
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Yes. But more like 43 and below
Ah ok. I don't think I'd have that problem here in Cali!
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I have said countless times my car was not built for the 1/4. My track does arm drop street racing and roll events every month this is where my car shines.

Arm drop Street racing at a track... NICE
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Arm drop Street racing at a track... NICE
Yes sir. Start in staging area and everyone hits it at the tree

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Serious question for those running E85 on N/A Coyotes.

What are your highway MPGs?
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Serious question for those running E85 on N/A Coyotes.

What are your highway MPGs?
Haven't had mine on highway for a long distance. I get around 12 just driving around though.
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