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I heard E85 was 105 octane so I'm thinking of running it in my soon to be built high comp D.

I know this stuff eats rubber so what all would I need to change to run E85?

I'm already planning on ditching the gas tank and running a fuel cell so I'm ready to change whatever needs to be done to run this stuff.
 

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there have been some posts on this in the past. e85 can work like high octane fuel but it takes 33% more to do the same thing. at least that is what i read. do a search and you will find some good answers.

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one MAJOR downside to E85.........

it can range from 85/15 to 70/30 and still be called E85 blend.

a tuning nightmare!!!!!!
 
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