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      11-19-2013, 02:49 AM   #23
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I would think for any forced induction engine E85 if you can get it is a must. It means your mechanic can set a greater advance on the timing and result in substantial power gains. On 98 RON my old twin turbo LS2 produced 530rwhp on E85 I was told that 600 would be achievable. Mind you on a stock bottom end that woudnt be that smart. Still if your tracking a forced induction engine E85 would mean less detonation, less heat, less issues.
That would mean you need a fuel system......not so easy on the m3 ess are coming up with a bolt in one I think
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I know with xr6 turbos on e85 no matter how much timing you add they don't ping just stop making power or start making less
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      12-19-2013, 10:38 AM   #25
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had the car since tuesday...so far im on 19.8l/100kms haha
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