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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-02-2012, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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I know a lot of people have put their dyno results on here.. But I was lucky enough to get a before and after. The first one is baffles drilled and O2's unplugged. The second one is the same but with the power commander 5 and the E3 plugs.
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Nice improvement for a little work, 13 ft lbs and 8 hp.

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Looks like the PC5 got that dialed right in!!

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Yes it did! it really smoothed out the ride. My tune guy wants to try E85 fuel. He thinks he can get some more power with the higher octane. I will keep everyone updated on that as it comes.

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Huge gain, are you using the hi flow air filter with restrictive rubber strip removed?
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The rubber strip was removed on both runs but it is a stock air filter

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Yes it did! it really smoothed out the ride. My tune guy wants to try E85 fuel. He thinks he can get some more power with the higher octane. I will keep everyone updated on that as it comes.
Where do you think that E85 is high octane

Beside it will take more E85 to go a 100 miles then normal gasoline

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E85 is just more corn juice=shit
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yeah I know there is a lot of concerns with e85.. But it is 110 octane the same as race fuel. It is way cheaper then race fuel which is a plus. The reason you get less mileage is cause of the extra power. The prob with the flex fuel cars is they are regulated by the EPA. My tune guy gained about 40 hp in his non flex fuel car with a proper tune. I figure it is worth a shot. If it dont work then you can say told you so but if it does well good for me lol. plus with the pc5 it has a map switch so if I am somewhere without E85 I just flip the switch and now I can use gas.

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