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Old 05-23-2019, 08:43 PM   #27
GlarryHoodDIT
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In regards to pump gas yes, but I'm asking about in regards to ethanol content (if you had quoted the whole post this would be obvious). How does forcing a car at a lower octane rating to run leaner AFR than it is meant to qualify as a safety feature?

An E30 tune targets (generally) about 12.5:1 or a lambda of .85.

An E15 tune targets (generally) about 11-11.5:1 or a lambda of .75-.78.

How does forcing a car that has E15 into a leaner AFR/Lambda qualify as a safety feature? Forcing an E15 tune to run 12.5:1 (.85 lmabda) will cause excessive knock and could potentially throw rods through blocks.

Theres a reason the guy selling the tunes makes it clear having the right e content is paramount or the car will blow up. FTCL isnt gonna save anything with this scenario.

Try again Stij.
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