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do you have enough fuel system for e85?... it's cheap and from what I've gathered it makes more power than the expensive race fuels
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do you have enough fuel system for e85?... it's cheap and from what I've gathered it makes more power than the expensive race fuels
I donít think my current fuel system will handle e and I donít have any local stations near me
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Pros: It burns clean and you can make good power on it.

Cons: It has a higher cost so I wouldn't want to be cruising around with it in the tank or driving to and from the track.

Do you have a methanol injection system?
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Originally Posted by Turbo-Geist View Post
Pros: It burns clean and you can make good power on it.

Cons: It has a higher cost so I wouldn't want to be cruising around with it in the tank or driving to and from the track.

Do you have a methanol injection system?
thanks and yes I have meth on the car.. right now itís 91+meth Iím going to see what I would have to change on my current fuel system to run ignite. I currently have the a&a single aux pump and id1000 injectors

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I put 5 gallons of MS109 in with 3/8 tank 93 octane. I only did it because I am troubleshooting KR with the new engine and wanted to see if the knock was real or false.

At $10/gallon for MS109, I will continue forward with my original plans of E85 conversion ($1.77/gallon) once I get this new engine dialed in.
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I put 5 gallons of MS109 in with 3/8 tank 93 octane. I only did it because I am troubleshooting KR with the new engine and wanted to see if the knock was real or false.

At $10/gallon for MS109, I will continue forward with my original plans of E85 conversion ($1.77/gallon) once I get this new engine dialed in.
where are you getting ms109 at $10 a gallon?
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where are you getting ms109 at $10 a gallon?
I live about 30 minutes from Cresson, where the Texaco at the entrance to Motorsports Ranch has VP racing fuels at the pump. They had MS109, and 2 others (1 leaded, 1 unleaded).
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I live about 30 minutes from Cresson, where the Texaco at the entrance to Motorsports Ranch has VP racing fuels at the pump. They had MS109, and 2 others (1 leaded, 1 unleaded).
wow best price I can find around me is $18 a gallon.. I do live in Ca so that will explain that
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