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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, E-85 in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; I know E-85 have been a topic before but my question is how many people have been running it for ...
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    dsgoat06 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    E-85

    I know E-85 have been a topic before but my question is how many people have been running it for more than 3 years if so what issues or non issues have came about. Because I have been considering it but heard its not good long term for our cars. My car put down 602 whp max and I drive it daily and do not take it to the track just some minor street racing.

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    Got Bearings? is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: E-85

    head over to C T S V O wners (dot) com There are quite a few threads and people running E-85.

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    Re: E-85

    thanks i did see those comments

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    Re: E-85

    Flex fuel conversion is the newest thing...

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    Re: E-85

    Been running E85 off and on for over a year with no issues.
    The upside for me was an additional 70whp.
    Its also cheap as chips near me avg. around 2.30 gallon.
    Even with the reduced mpg I save about 30% over premium.
    Just keep in mind you will need at least ID850's and a BAP to take full advance.
    Any questions please let me know.

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    Re: E-85

    Trans, which BAP did u use?

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    Re: E-85

    Quote Originally Posted by V locity View Post
    Trans, which BAP did u use?
    MSD 2351
    You program a voltage boost curve vs manifold pressure via a laptop.
    It's very cool.
    http://www.msdignition.com/Products/...e_Booster.aspx

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