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    E85 If you don't run it in your ski or have first hand experience please move on

    I am looking for info on e85 for my 2006 rxp 16 lbs.boost, external ic, 60 lb inj. 4 in intake, freeflow ext, and 8400\8800 ecu


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    Are you serious????Your starting another E-85 thread when there are 2 going right now?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by primorxp View Post
    I am looking for info on e85 for my 2006 rxp 16 lbs.boost, external ic, 60 lb inj. 4 in intake, freeflow ext, and 8400\8800 ecu
    For you setup you wouldn't benefit from E85 unless you run a standalone ecu. You CAN run it but there is no need for it at only 16 lbs of boost and should just stick with premium pump gas for the time being.

    NOW, if you raise your boost and/or get a standalone ecu then you will benefit from using E85.

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    Just wanting the real info not who's vett pulls what # I have been on both and way to much crap for those of us that are wanting info and #s that help my application. I do race and all funds come from my pocket book and a blown engine would kill my budget. I hit 8 to 9 races a year.

    So Scott do with this as you wish just let me know

    JOHN

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    So at what point would it benefit I was thinking of building a turbo ski for next season

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    Just to add a little bit of info, Even though you will not get the added power, if you are worried about running close to your knock threshold. You can run E85. With little loss in power and have a saftey net.

    But on your setup it will not be needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primorxp View Post

    So Scott do with this as you wish just let me know

    JOHN
    John,
    Hey brother I didnt mean to come off like i did..Its just that we have 2 other E-85 threads going that both are full of garbage and BS info..I dont want to see a 3rd one evolve...I have no intentions of deleting this thread as i would LOVE to see an informational thread on this topic come about..BUT i am gonna say that if i do see any BS or shit starting posts i will not hesitate to delete them...Thanks guys and have a nice day

    Sno..

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    Hay thats cool SNowman all I want are the facts no bs so we get the straight scoop on e85 I know of some sleds are running it with boost and having good results. I will need to get on the ball in January and start on the ski for next season

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    Here are the plain simple FACTS: If your not going to run high boost, high comp and have the ability to run more timing then E85 will do NOTHING for you!!!!!!!! That's it! So if your not planning on running those mods all together then don't try to run E85 it will not benefit you in any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suck my wake View Post
    Here are the plain simple FACTS: If your not going to run high boost, high comp and have the ability to run more timing then E85 will do NOTHING for you!!!!!!!! That's it! So if your not planning on running those mods all together then don't try to run E85 it will not benefit you in any way.
    Tom have you ran E85?

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