You can do it... But it won't be worth it. E85 builds for street cars are best with big forced induction setups. You could make the conversion, but it will take a rebuild and a lot of work. It would be cool tho I guess.
From what I am reading on some sites is 10% gains are possible. Nobody can confirm with dyno numbers. My biggest benefit, would be paying almost $1 less than 91/92 around here. I hear it's a better, cleaner fuel. 105 octane at most stations. However fuel economy is reduced by 17% or more.
Trying to get a feel for what this would cost. I have all winter to put it into effect as the Cobra just sits in storage.
i dont see it as a good way to go. it sounds like a money pit thats just gonna get deeper.i mean really. if it costs say a thousand dollars to do the conversion. youll havta buy 1000 gallons of gas before youd ever break even.
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for the money it would costs to do the conversion, im sure you could invest into some form of FI and be a whole lot better off power wise.