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Old 02-17-2015, 04:35 PM   #1
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TVS owners: E85 vs race gas

Picking up a VMP stage 2 very soon for my 14 GT, and I am considering going E85. For those with a TVS and E85, how much boost are you running, and what are your dyno numbers? I know the benefits of E85 in FI applications, but I am concerned about using a BAP to boost fuel volume.

On the flip side, who is running race gas or supplemented fuel? I would like to see a comparison for both E85 and race gas at 10 psi.

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Any leaded race gas is going to destroy your o2 sensors. I have gone through a few sets.

Just use e85.

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I'm running just regular 93 in my vmp stg2


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I run 93 octane but that's mainly because I only have 47lb injectors and I haven't upgraded to id1000s yet. E85 would make a ridiculous amount of power as my VMP makes 610rwhp on 10psi with a stock exhaust minus a bassani cat back. I'd like to run e85 in the future maybe, as I do in my lightning, but then again my lightning has a complete fuel system with stainless lines and id1300s which are stainless also so I don't have to worry about the ethanol wearing anything away.


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Yeah, that's the other problem with E85. I think I will upgrade to ID1000's right away so I am ready for the switch later.

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