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Old 09-19-2015, 12:10 PM   #1
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Dyno Results for E85 bolt on 5.0

Well just made the switch. Made 415hp/400tq on the first dyno run. Running an off-road h pipe, intake, and AED E85 base tune. Gas was actually e70, as per test kit results. No knock. More timing and power to be had.

Just letting y'all know if y'all want to know results on the switch. Gain was 20hp/13tq. Only have a picture of my 93 run. I'll upload the e85 later tonight.

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Good gains. What intake?
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Old 09-19-2015, 01:35 PM   #3
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Dyno Results for E85 bolt on 5.0

Dam good for e70.

Only thing I see is I hope that's the stock manifold. Bc if it's the boss Shaun didn't play with the cam timing at all, no reason for it to be dropping at 6800 if you have the boss. So hopefully he did with the e85 tune.


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I have a similar set up. Manual or automatic?

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Old 09-20-2015, 12:49 PM   #5
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Manual. Stock IM. CL intake


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I just have it set for allowing me to rev it out.


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I apologize. Corrected I ran 409/398. Run probably had gas in it still as I didn't drive it out to burn the rest of it. But regardless there ya go. E70 bast tune. Gain was 13/11. Gonna run it one more time next week when I do the true datalog for Shaun on e85-90. I found a good batch. Then installing 3:73s


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I tested several stations around here....HEB, Kroger, Valero and Sunoco. Sunoco was always at least e85 if not slightly higher.

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Old 09-20-2015, 04:28 PM   #9
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Yeah. Gas was originally taken from a Valero. I'm going to do a back to back pull of e70 then e85. I get the runs for free so why not. Haha. But looks like with just an off-road h pipe, since Cai doesn't do anything really, and a tune, you can achieve 400 plus for hp and tq


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