E85 Tune (522WHP & 630WTQ)

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Hello guys!

We put the car on a Dyno Dynamics to make a custom tune with only E85... very happy with the tune of Cary Jordan, I believe is one of the highest WHP with stock Turbo with NO Methanol and NO Nitros :)

The conversion from Dyno Dynamics to Dynojet is as follow:

443 x .18 = 522whp
533 x .18 = 630wtq

mods: DP, MST Intake and E85 (BM3 software)

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You believe there to be an 18% delta between the two dynos?
 
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Thanks all
 
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Just to clarify for some that ask me about the E85... the car have a mix of 93 and E85, it was not pure E85 :)
 

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Impressive result!

Just to clarify. Our fuel system can run full E85 without any other hardware necessary? Any long term issues with the fuel lines?
 

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alex from mission performance told me with pure 800 turbo, we start to run out of fuel when running on full e85. need to upgrade HPFP or supplement with port injection and or meth.

on the stock turbo, the turbo maxes out with e40ish blend, so there's no need for full e85 yet on stock turbo setup
 

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That's interesting the stock turbo maxes out with E40 level blend. Nevertheless, I'm assuming there are other benefits in running E85 like lower boost and lower temps...
 
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Yes... you can run pure E85 but not a Max boost on stock turbo, so for now is better a blend for max whp ;)
 

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Yes... you can run pure E85 but not a Max boost on stock turbo, so for now is better a blend for max whp ;)
Any idea what Boost should we aim for on pure E85? Could it achieve the same WHP (as 20psi on E40 blend) with say 15psi on pure E85?
 

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What does a stock car make on this dyno? I have seen dynos as low as 280 and as high as 400+. I wish more people would post baseline numbers. =(
 

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What does a stock car make on this dyno? I have seen dynos as low as 280 and as high as 400+. I wish more people would post-baseline numbers. =(
Each dyno will read differently, even within the same brand.
 

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