Originally Posted by enginjoe
There was a theory that something dissolved into the E85 was also more likely to come out of solution when subjected to greater pressure difference on injection like in DI cars. The guys having the issue found that running a tank of regular gas every month or so was one way to avoid the problem as well. Kind of a hassle, but it worked for some of them. That would have stopped me from using it if it was that bad.
Yeah me too! I ran e85 on my old talon with 1600cc injectors -8 a/n fuel line and 2 walbro 255lph pumps and never had any of the issues above. It was driven every other day and ran very hard! It allowed very high amounts of timing on my 2.4 stroker 4G63 motor and I could run very high (believe it was 35 psi) boost!
Also if e85 is such terrible and unreliable race gas then why motorsports like indy, nascar, wrc, etc run it? It has to be worth it for a daily driver!