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Old 10-13-2018, 11:18 PM   #1  
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I am contemplating converting my 1991 turbo 1.6 to e85. I am wondering if someone could direct me to a link on my question or answer it here, but can the stock fuel rail handle e85 swap? getting a fpr and injectors is relatively easy, but most companies I see do conversions for 1994 miatas and up. but is it possible a stock 1.6 fuel rail and fpr could handle e85? Assume all other fueling components are e85 compatible (i.e. pump, lines, injectors).
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