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Old 05-19-2013, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
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Question E85

If Iput E85 In My Stock Cobalt Ss/Tc Will I Damage Anything OR Is It Fine To Use, If Not Whats Needed To Be Able To Use It?

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DO NOT PUT IT IN WITHOUT A TUNE!!!!!!!! you need to get someone to tune you and i'd highly suggest a catless downpipe with it

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If Its Tuned The Ill Need E85 Always Correct?

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if you tune for it and don't have a map for a pump gas tune to switch, yes

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Alright, But Its Fine For Internals And Parts As Long As I Tune And Get Catless?

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well if you want full e85, you're gonna need to run less boost because of your HPFP. most lnf's run e47. which obviously still requires a tune. the reason i say go catless is because e85 is known to gum cats up and have them lose function. but another reason is because you will see a much better gain from it compared to a catted dp

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So You Recommend e47

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for the lnf, yes. i'm helping tune and data log my buddy's lnf right now and it's a world of difference with e47 compared to 93

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Im New To The Different Gas So How Is That mixed gallon wise? Cuz The Tanks 13 Gallon So I Know What Im mixing

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E47 is an e85/93 mixed roughly 50-50.

Banker, I never turned my boost down with e85 on either of my cars. The cobalt did fine on it.

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