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Default 10-16-2015, 05:38 PM

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Default 10-16-2015, 05:59 PM

Same functionality though, we just made it a little prettier.



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Default 10-16-2015, 07:22 PM

Too sexy, what's going to be the price? I got your es-1 and stage 2 pump, will I be able to run 100% e85 with the TBI kit? Stock turbos FBO JB4 and backend flash with inlets?
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Default 10-16-2015, 08:09 PM

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Too sexy, what's going to be the price? I got your es-1 and stage 2 pump, will I be able to run 100% e85 with the TBI kit? Stock turbos FBO JB4 and backend flash with inlets?
I have the same mods as you.
I'm running straight E85.
Log before you jump to straight E85, but you should have no problems.



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Default 10-17-2015, 01:24 PM

While the prod spacers look nice, the beta ones seem more undercover due to no advertising on it

But they do look good Steve!


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Default 10-17-2015, 01:54 PM

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While the prod spacers look nice, the beta ones seem more undercover due to no advertising on it

But they do look good Steve!
Not if you rotate it 180 degrees...then it's solid black and you don't see the logo.



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Question 10-18-2015, 06:09 AM

Steve I'm upgrading to pure stage 2s in the near future. I will be limiting my power to around 550whp, if I keep the power at that or slightly under would this TBI be an option for me?
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Default 10-18-2015, 09:26 AM

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Steve I'm upgrading to pure stage 2s in the near future. I will be limiting my power to around 550whp, if I keep the power at that or slightly under would this TBI be an option for me?
Yes, you can run throttlebody injection for those power levels, you just won't be able to run 100% E85. On our N55 we make about 540whp on E50 with TBI.



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Default 10-18-2015, 12:26 PM

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Not if you rotate it 180 degrees...then it's solid black and you don't see the logo.
Oh right Well I am more of a functional guy anyways. I'll stick with mine :P


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Default 10-20-2015, 10:58 AM

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Yes, you can run throttlebody injection for those power levels, you just won't be able to run 100% E85. On our N55 we make about 540whp on E50 with TBI.
Eagerly awaiting the release. I can't get these RB's to boost lower than 23-24psi and I'm running out of fuel in bank 2.


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Default 10-20-2015, 04:15 PM

What conditions can you run 100% E85 on a N54 with this TBI?


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Default 10-20-2015, 04:21 PM

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Eagerly awaiting the release. I can't get these RB's to boost lower than 23-24psi and I'm running out of fuel in bank 2.
Just got notice more parts are in route.

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What conditions can you run 100% E85 on a N54 with this TBI?
If you're running stock turbos and FBO, you'll able to run 100% E85 as long as the rest of your fuel system is healthy. If you are running inlets and running aggressive, you may have to reduce your mix a bit, that seems to vary but ultimately it depends on how much power you're making. Up to about 500whp on 100% E85 you should be fine, after that you may have to start reducing your mix depending on how much actual power you're making.



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Default 10-20-2015, 04:54 PM

Thanks Steve. I was thinking of inlets next but frankly at this point I'd prefer to have the ease of use in just adding pure E85 in the tank. I won't have to worry about trying to teach the wife how to mix fuel.

I live up in the great white frozen north. This upcoming winter is my first winter running E85. Oddly we are still at pure E85. At some point I would guess that will really turn into E70. I assume that Class 3 E85 will ensure I can run pure E85 with no issue even with inlets. It will be the summer Class 1 blend that might be an issue with inlets.


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Default 10-20-2015, 07:50 PM

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Thanks Steve. I was thinking of inlets next but frankly at this point I'd prefer to have the ease of use in just adding pure E85 in the tank. I won't have to worry about trying to teach the wife how to mix fuel.

I live up in the great white frozen north. This upcoming winter is my first winter running E85. Oddly we are still at pure E85. At some point I would guess that will really turn into E70. I assume that Class 3 E85 will ensure I can run pure E85 with no issue even with inlets. It will be the summer Class 1 blend that might be an issue with inlets.
Cold start is gonna be annoying with high e85 content under low temp though. But as long as you are ok with some initial rough idle and occasional start up stalls, then it is all good. But I personally just switched back to pump gas for the winter.

That said, I have been running the beta kit for a few months now and probably beat on it more than anyone else at the moment with all the road course events this car have done since then. All I have to say is that it works like a charm.


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Default 10-21-2015, 12:05 AM

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That said, I have been running the beta kit for a few months now and probably beat on it more than anyone else at the moment with all the road course events this car have done since then. All I have to say is that it works like a charm.
Yes I can vote for this kit as well. With just meth and stock HPFP the car just feels less smooth. I ran the last week and a half on 17 psi, 93 fuel and meth (TBI disabled). Then this week I added 35% E and activated TBI again and it just feels so much more smooth. It works really great!


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Default 10-21-2015, 04:20 AM

I installed a garage heater and park under ground at work. The car should be warm enough unless I go somewhere else and park for an extended period.


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Our E82 that runs 100% E85 starts up instantly when cold, however it never really gets below about 28 degrees Fahrenheit here.



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-20F here too many days, wind chills in the -50F range occasionally. It's not the desert. ;-)


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Default 10-21-2015, 05:33 AM

Ouch...no kidding! I'd definitely reduce the ethanol mixture during those times.

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Ethanol = 63 degrees F
Gasoline = -45 degrees F
Diesel = 100-130 degrees F

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haha! thank you for the engineering reference link. a data geek i am... I've read there are heating elements in the injectors. I wonder what their effective range is.


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Default 10-21-2015, 09:22 AM

Assuming that we do indeed get Class 4 E85 in Minnesota in the very cold months, wouldn't it be safe to say that it will actually work? It should actually only be a much lower ethanol content to allow all the normal vehicles using E85 to start as well.


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Default 10-21-2015, 11:38 AM

I'm not sure what the percentage of ethanol is for Class 4 but those can vary from station to station anyways.

I'd experiment with it, work my way up, and see how the car handles it. In addition I'd use the 30 second trick to heat up the injectors on cold starts.



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Default 10-21-2015, 11:43 AM

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I'm not sure what the percentage of ethanol is for Class 4 but those can vary from station to station anyways.

I'd experiment with it, work my way up, and see how the car handles it. In addition I'd use the 30 second trick to heat up the injectors on cold starts.
What is the 30 second trick?


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Default 10-21-2015, 11:52 AM

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What is the 30 second trick?
I assume it's just turning the ignition on and wait 30 seconds prior to starting the engine


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