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Old 01-25-2018, 09:37 PM
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Right but as Engineer Mike pointed out the stock fuel system can't supply enough E85 a those high power levels.

In my way of thinking this could cause the engine to run lean and nuke itself. I'm thinking about this right?

More I think about it, a wideband AFR gauge like UnBroken has would be a wise investment.

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Would definitely need a fuel pump and injectors.

A P1X on a 18 GT went from 5xxwhp to 846whp on the same 10psi pulley. Pump to E85.

Iím sure the whipple will be similar.
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Originally Posted by OCMike View Post
Right but as Engineer Mike pointed out the stock fuel system can't supply enough E85 a those high power levels.

In my way of thinking this could cause the engine to run lean and nuke itself. I'm thinking about this right?

More I think about it, a wideband AFR gauge like UnBroken has would be a wise investment.

Mike
Your truck has wide bands from the factory
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Originally Posted by TX-Ripper View Post
Your truck has wide bands from the factory
Thanks! Still learning here....Does the AFR meter that UnBroken posted use the factory sensor via can/odb2 or an external sensor?

Is all of this not important because the way Whipple tune is written?

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Thanks! Still learning here....Does the AFR meter that UnBroken posted use the factory sensor via can/odb2 or an external sensor?

Is all of this not important because the way Whipple tune is written?

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No clue on Unbrokens setup.

Not important due to Whipple's tune.
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I’m running a stand alone wideband just for my own amusement. I don’t want a tuner or anything else sitting there just to watch a gauge. I also won’t be running Whipples tune.
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Not important due to Whipple's tune.
Thanks again...Not sure why I'm worried about making more power...645WHP should be more than enough in a 4600 lb. standard cab pickup....lol

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Originally Posted by UNBROKEN View Post
Iím running a stand alone wideband just for my own amusement. I donít want a tuner or anything else sitting there just to watch a gauge. I also wonít be running Whipples tune.
Are you getting a remote dyno from matt @ ID motorsports in fl?
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I’m using ID for tuning, yes.
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Matt is good and great to work with. He was the only one that would tune my Procharger tuner kit on my 2016 in October of 2016. No one wanted to take on the MAP setup with Forced Induction. Lund, VMP & etc. would not touch it.
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Originally Posted by OCMike View Post
Right but as Engineer Mike pointed out the stock fuel system can't supply enough E85 a those high power levels.

In my way of thinking this could cause the engine to run lean and nuke itself. I'm thinking about this right?
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e85 is a bit different than gasoline... it's got a higher cooling effect than gasoline so running lean on e85 has a larger window before it would cause an issue. detonation on e85 would likely be more common with boost number over 2 times that and/or a ton of timing (or maybe super high intake temps?).
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