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Old 09-25-2012, 12:50 PM   #21
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No; I ran all new fuel lines but they do not look to be the kind you would need to deal with the E85's corrosive nature (usually those are coated and braided). This is just bigger than stock standard fuel line. But that's a good idea for future tinkering sine the fuel rail is all stainless now
I hear ya!! Your set up and flex fuel, i can see it now
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Old 04-08-2013, 04:55 PM   #22
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Hey all,

Finally got the beast over to the dyno shop and got it tuned with Zak over at Active. The process was cake. 4 pulls and we have some great looking curves. Maybe next season I'll shoot for 550whp Not sure how to get there from here but I'll start looking. This was done on a Mustang dyno in AWD mode to stop the traction/DSC from freaking out. The guys at the shop said this would cause ~5% power loss on the dyno readings (I have no clue but I guess there is more mechanical drag involved).

Still trying to work out some nasty bucking at the 2500-2800 RPM range on light throttle - it's not fun. At WOT this thing is perfect and even at heavy throttle. But, if you are cruising around at 2500 ish in 3rd and lightly accelerate it bucks. Need to get my logging hooked up and get Zak some numbers so we can figure out what's what.

Video link (~140mph / 8k RPM in 4th): http://www.flickr.com/photos/63602968@N08/8631985217/

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Dyno with AFR's (it seems a bit lean to me but Zak says it's perfect. Must be the methanol):

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Hey all,

Finally got the beast over to the dyno shop and got it tuned with Zak over at Active. The process was cake. 4 pulls and we have some great looking curves. Maybe next season I'll shoot for 550whp Not sure how to get there from here but I'll start looking. This was done on a Mustang dyno in AWD mode to stop the traction/DSC from freaking out. The guys at the shop said this would cause ~5% power loss on the dyno readings (I have no clue but I guess there is more mechanical drag involved).

Still trying to work out some nasty bucking at the 2500-2800 RPM range on light throttle - it's not fun. At WOT this thing is perfect and even at heavy throttle. But, if you are cruising around at 2500 ish in 3rd and lightly accelerate it bucks. Need to get my logging hooked up and get Zak some numbers so we can figure out what's what.

Video link (~140mph / 8k RPM in 4th): http://www.flickr.com/photos/63602968@N08/8631985217/

Final Dyno (440whp):



Dyno with AFR's (it seems a bit lean to me but Zak says it's perfect. Must be the methanol):

Thanks so much for the post car looks great up top and makes some solid power. I will have Zak look into that bucking issue your having 2500-2800 RPMS and see what we can do to have that issue corrected.
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