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Default 09-14-2018, 12:20 PM

Originally Posted by DSCOFF
So in theory, even at E70, map 6 25psi I should be making more power with the new leaner afr targets?

With leaner afr can I stay with e70 or I need to inc to e85 if boost is at 25psi? Not quite clear on the logic on having leaner afrs except that it means u can run 100% e85 without affecting the fuel pump.
Not just leaner AFR targets, but a lot more ignition advance. So you should be making more power with the new E85_IGN boost for boost. On E70 (rather than straight E85) map5 at 24psi peak may be a better option but we'll just have to see the data to know for sure.

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