E85 Conversion Kits
Anyone seeing issues due to aftermarket e85 conversion kits?
Could you be more specific? You mean causing driveability issues or as far as being emissions compliant?
Not sure what this kit is, can you give us detials?
There are after markets e85 conversion kits that some people are installing in their non flex fuel vehicles to save money on gas, most likely this will damage non flex designed fuel system components such as injectors and fuel pumps.Curious if any one is dealing with these issues
I’m not sure where the savings are as it takes more e85 to get a perfect air/fuel ratio so mileage is significantly reduced.
I’ve only ever heard of it in the performance world. E85 is common on high horsepower forced induction engines for its ability to resist detonation. On my personal vehicle (twin turbo v6) it can make 400hp on 93 and nearly 500hp on e85. In my case there was no kit. Just had to change the fuel pump and injectors. I will say that it causes hard starting in cold weather climates so some will cut it…