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TukeH

Flexfuel kit

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Hello and here comes stupid question 😂

 

I have been thinking To buy e85 flexfuel kit but Will it work on stock stageas

Only mods now is fmic and removed center muffler. 

Later I will make new downpipe

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It will work on the Stag if you Nistune the ECU with the appropriate feature pack.

But let me ask you something.  What do you mean by "flex fuel kit"?

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Here Finland it is flexfuel e85 kit

You can run e85 or regular 98 or 95 octane

And sorry its eFlexFuel 😁

eflexfuel-ethanol-sensor-harness.jpg

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What does the eFlexFuel box do?  What is its purpose?  Reason I ask is, it wouldn't be a necessary item to run e85 via a Nistuned factory ECU.  If it is some sort of interceptor to artificially boost injector pulse widths to make them work on e85, then I would suggest not using is, or the kit.  Just do the job properly.  New injectors, big pump, Nistuned ECU.

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Those flex fuel kits just pump like 40% more fuel in and that's it.. no changes to ignition timing.

Get a Nistune and if you wish, get a ECA by Zeitronix and feed the 0-5V output into Nistune equipped stock ECU.

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Sorry to spoil the party guys but m35's cant be nistuned unless there's been new developments I haven't heard about.

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1 hour ago, admS15 said:

Sorry to spoil the party guys but m35's cant be nistuned unless there's been new developments I haven't heard about.

I am aware of this. When I asked nistune

57 minutes ago, GTSBoy said:

Oh, in that case, just throw a match in it and claim it on insurance.

Why would I burn a good car?🤔🤷‍♂️

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