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Old 11-12-2008, 07:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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converting to E85?

Ok so i am moving in with my cousin in longmount, and am planning on converting to E85 because there is no 93oct. I was wondering who i should go to in the boulder area for a good tune, and to do the conversion? I am wanting to run 30psi still. will the 1000cc inj. hold up? Also i am switching to a buschur double pumper.
thanks.

mod list:
hta35r
1000cc injectors.
ams fuel rail
crower springs
valves
retainers
arp headstuds
280 cams
vishnu cam gears
walbro 255
buschur fmic
buschur ICP
ect...
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Old 11-17-2008, 01:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Most likely you will need 1600cc fuel injectors and maybe a larger fuel pump to be safe. Ive seen people run almost 80% IDC's on 1000cc injectors with just a E316g. Dont know if its the altitude or what.

I hit 64-69% IDC's with 1200's and an E316G. If you get yourself some tuning system and a wbo2 you can do it yourself. I dont like others tuning my car, because they usually dont get everything out it because they play it safe. Dyno shops usually pride themselves in not blowing motors up on the dyno.

I would go to CARZ if you want someone to tune it for yea. They do good work.
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