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Old 05-16-2014, 01:58 AM   #1
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I have searched, and couldn't find anyone's spark tables for e85. Curious what people are running out there. Just got back from the dyno and wanted to compare what i have around 15psi just to get a base line/benchmark. Don't have the tune in front of me, but i think it was about 14 at max torque and around 19 at redline for my 180kpa row on the map (in denver at 83kpa).
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Wow. Is that a 1.6 or 1.8? And what all are you running? Think mine is about 8-10 deg below yours. You have knock sensors/knock retard setup? Seems high, but awesome if it's running pure.
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Just saw you sig. Now it makes sense well done!
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Also consider compression before you use another map. Great looking table but I'd be in trouble if I ran it on a car with 11.5:1 pistons.
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Bill, I'm down in the Springs and running a similar sounding map with e85 on my 1.6, although I'm capping my timing (in boost) above 4500 to 15*. I'm at about 17* through peak torque and letting it taper to 15* thereafter. Virtual Dyno says 250tq peak with the current map, and until I get back on a real dyno to see what it's actually making I'm playing it safe.
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