|11-28-2012 12:00 AM|
|jburkey28||E85 does produce more power if tuned for it. That's something to keep in mind also.|
|11-20-2012 12:30 PM|
E85 will destroy rubber seals and rubber lines if they are of the wrong type.
A flex fuel vehicle would have a fuel pump that has seals that will not degrade as a result of ethanol as well as injector seals and fuel lines safe for use with ethanol.
It should also have tuning that makes AFR and timing accommodations for the different fuel and hopefully different programming for the fuel efficiency calculator. E85 burns cleaner but not as hot. It contains less energy but is significantly more stable so much more timing can be run. Your MPG on e85 is much lower.
The PCM program should take all of that into account.
|11-18-2012 11:26 AM|
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|11-18-2012 06:05 AM|
|dstiefel||I was told better mileage|
|11-17-2012 10:28 PM|
I have a 2012 SEL hatchback that is not a flex-fuel car...
It makes me wonder what the difference is between my car and the ones that are set up for flex fuel.
...not t hat I'd use E85, but I want to understand the differences.