It does! Its been extremely hot and humid here (high 80s low 90s) and on e30 in those temps, it would hang around 290s and 300s. But it LOVES this crisp air.320 & 360!! That not to shabby for ~$1500.
Kudo’s man .... that’s cool stuff!
I bet it feels like a new car?!
I want these numbers on 93....No ethanol in my area
A couple of 5 gallon gas cans and weekly Saturday morning jaunts to the ‘ethanol station’. 😁I agree, these horsepower numbers were what i was wanting on 93... well now im hooked so, i need to figure out how to run this stuff daily. Closest E station is 20 minutes away.
I ran E30 FBO for 54k and 1-1/2 yard exclusively. Not a single issue to this day. I did stop running it at 94k when I went BT. That’s also when I had the purge valve recall done by the inspecting dealer. That still wasn’t giving me any symptoms but the Ford program wouldn’t let the tech proceed with doing the update. I’m the original owner so I know it wasn’t done. Those things are hit and miss I guess.The key here is a very well sealed metal container as ethanol will dissolve plastics over time (purge valve anyone?).
Look at Jerry cans or a similar container like the ones VP ships their products is. Done properly ethanol based fuels can be stored for a fairly long period of time.
I have E85 almost at every station here and I still use steel Jerry cans to store here at the house.
Attached to this post is a PDF about the handling and storage of ethanol fuels if anyone is interested.
Yeah this turbo doesn't Like hot weather. Conversely it screams in the cool air. Actually, not sure if that's More a characteristic of the platform than the turbo. Maybe some big turbo guys could speak up on the matter. Either way, when the weather cools off, you're in for a treat.Finished up e30 Friday. Torrie was great. I would get revions at the most, a couple hours after I emailed him a data log. Sometimes late at night. The wife called it my second job.
Looks like my numbers are right about where yours were in hot weather. Being south Florida. I won't see a sub 80 day until October. I'll just have to wait until then to find out how it feels when it's cool out. Sitting right around 310 hp and 370 ft lbs. Compared to my old e30 log and another local FoST FBO e30 log. It's a good 50 hp and 50 tq gain peak. The nicest part is its not just peak numbers. It's 50 hp throughout the rpm range.
I did run a 370z last week. No idea the mods. It's lowered, wheels, wing and exhaust from what I can see. We have run into each other a couple of times before. We must work in the area. Seem to always end up next to each other at a red light by my work. The previous runs we were basically the same speed from a roll. Whoever got the jump ended up a car ahead. This time he was in my rearview quick.
Does this make you think: 'Oil cooler', Aftermarket Radiator, or anything like that?Either way, when the weather cools off, you're in for a treat.
Air density is an environmental factor. The only 2 ways to change that is ram-air (very slightly) or nitrous Oxide.Does this make you think: 'Oil cooler', Aftermarket Radiator, or anything like that?
I'm only asking because it seems like a higher density of air is attainable with slightly more mods (says everyone... lol).
Great news. Ironically I just looked at the weather. It's 74 outside currently. Bad news, it's because of a hurricane.Air density is an environmental factor. The only 2 ways to change that is ram-air (very slightly) or nitrous Oxide.
😂 Current condition is impeding traction. 4th still just spins.