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Default 01-21-2015, 12:26 PM

Originally Posted by bmsportzn135i
Terry, I can understand that we would no longer need the meth. But with running the PI would we be able to start pushing higher whp on pump fuel alone? Or would you suggest still running a ethanol mix? I would love to achieve similar numbers on straight pump fuel.
Not going to happen on pump gas unless you do 8:1 compression pistons, etc. If you can't use E85 there is no reason to add PI IMHO unless your system is maxing out on race gas.

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