|05-01-2008 09:21 PM|
Yea lots of articles. It's a great thing for high compression or boosted engines.
For the most part E-85 is extremely inconistant on the blend. If you notice, the mixture percent listed at the pump has a wide range. So tuning might be an issue.
If it's an engine with a good engine management system it's a lot easier.
I intend to run it in my boat and also the blown street machine soon. I will just keep some straight ethanol in the shop so I can tweak the mixture as needed.
|04-30-2008 06:32 PM|
|Henry Highrise||I typed in E-85 on the search function on this site and it pulled up a whole bunch of threads . Check it out http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/sear...archid=1753617|
|04-30-2008 05:46 PM|
Jmark, I typed in e-85 fuel and got no matches, where or what should I search under> thanks
|04-30-2008 05:34 PM|
|Jmark||This has been discussed quite a bit and always gets heated. If you do a "search" for e-85 on this site, you will find many many threads on the pros and cons.|
|04-30-2008 05:24 PM|
What do you have to do to run e-85 fuel in and older engine (V8 chevy) and how does it effect performance? thanks