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Old 12-23-2009, 10:42 AM   #21
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Also what pistons did you use? What compression ratio also?
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Factory injectors can compensate for E-85 by increasing injector pulse, so on a factory vehicle you WOULD NOT need bigger injectors the 408 needed huge injectors to compensate for the volume of air being shoved down it, not because of just the E-85. We did have to allow for the E-85 and go with slightly larger than normal for the build, but its because of how much fuel we needed. A factory vehicle with flex fuel can run it period. And what do you mean by you benefit from high compression from E-85? Because with E-85 you can run higher compression? Or the fuel causes higher compression?
I think you just completely contradicted yourself but, but im not gonna play semantics

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Also what pistons did you use? What compression ratio also?
Regular old forged aluminum cp pistons, 9.5:1 c/r
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Says the guy asking the questions. How fast did that 408 ever run? I hope my little Honda wouldnt blow it out of the water with all that talk.
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Im simple when it comes to engines, bikes, cars etc... If it aint broke, dont fix it. If you do modify it, dont be surprized when you have problems/tweaks/adjustments to make constantly.
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