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      11-18-2011, 09:33 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by steve.kodra View Post
My point was that people should just be careful if they think they are running (x) octane values and they aren't. Could end up doing worse damage to the motor rather than the concerns of E85 messing up the fuel system. JMO
Agreed slowing ramping up boost while taking logs (timing advance) and noting ambient temps is a must to be on the safe side when making a fuel change like this

It will take some effort, but can prevent catestrophic failure and give you piece of mind with your exact setup
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