Timing numbers for E85?

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Timing numbers for E85?

a1320honda Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:05 pm

Didnt really find a section this fit into, so sorry if its the wrong place. But...

I know it sounds like a newbie question, but i was just curious what others are running for timing around the 20lb range on E85?

Im not looking for anyone to give up their secrets. But my last car i tuned on ethanol made over 700 on 24lbs. It was a 10 to 1, 83mm, pro 1's, Garrett 4294 with a 1.01 a/r, and was around 20* at 21lbs. I was tuning on the dyno and kept adding a degree every pull and it never fell off, so i stopped adding timing. It just seemed a bit excessive. I know generally your supposed to add timing until it stops making power and then back it down. Would just like a little feedback from people who have tuned on pump E85. Thanks for you time.

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awadkhan Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:48 pm

Keep an eye on that water temperature Very Happy If it climbs too high you're going the wrong way.... Smile

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Billspec Tue Jun 25, 2013 3:48 pm

I have noticed sometime it keeps going until ect or iat is out of the comfort zone.

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