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Old 10-09-2019, 10:46 AM   #16
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Im on a 33 jet with E85 , SBF 3300lbs 8.6 @156mph
Not exactly heavy hitter but working so far

Ive tuned quit a few nos/E85 combos and am not a fan of the Sullens theory, I tune mine the same as I would on race gas
Have been thinking about going to race gas in the nitrous side but being in Australia we are limited to Unleaded fuels only and not sure how they will mix together
Sort of in line with SJ comments.

Steve do you have any experience with enriching with race gas? on 400+?
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Sort of in line with SJ comments.

Steve do you have any experience with enriching with race gas? on 400+?
Yes, we have customers as well that run E to carb and race gas with nitrous too.
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So is it better to use race gas for nitrous and E85 for carb or not much difference ?
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So is it better to use race gas for nitrous and E85 for carb or not much difference ?
I think this answer will differ based on who you talk to as well as the amount of nitrous Hp you are looking at and engine combo too.
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I think this answer will differ based on who you talk to as well as the amount of nitrous Hp you are looking at and engine combo too.
So in your opinion a 438ci SBF with 13:1 comp , softened chambers , cam 282/300 running 8.62 @156mph in the 1/4 at 3300lbs so far on a 32 jet and wanting to step up to a 35 jet
Would it be worth running race gas in stand alone ?
Our E85 always tests at 90% and so far everything has looked good but our race fuel is $13 a litre compared to $1.80 so trying to stay with E85 for as long as possible
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So in your opinion a 438ci SBF with 13:1 comp , softened chambers , cam 282/300 running 8.62 @156mph in the 1/4 at 3300lbs so far on a 32 jet and wanting to step up to a 35 jet
Would it be worth running race gas in stand alone ?
Our E85 always tests at 90% and so far everything has looked good but our race fuel is $13 a litre compared to $1.80 so trying to stay with E85 for as long as possible
If you have been happy with results to this point and you're basically just wanting to move up 50 Hp more I would continue on the path you've been on and give it a chance..
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