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I have a BPU+ Terminator (Intake, Boost (2.76 @ 15psi), Exhaust- see below for specifics).

I put down 483 hp / 501 tq. I would really like to find 17 more ponies to break the 500 hp
mark without doing another major mod
like ported blower or LTs
(assuming its possible or there is something out there).

Questions for the E85 experts:


1] How could I run E85 with a minimal investment in hardware?

2] Could I run just a larger set of injectors only (60s? / 80s?) and provide enough fuel to provide a nominal hp gain (17hp)?

3] I'm running an upper only right now on a non ported blower, would I need to run a lower (4lb?) with the E85 to get the nominal gain or could I stay upper only?

Maybe there is some other solution not related to the above questions??

BPU+ Mods:
Intake: JLT Next Gen CAI (filter in fender) 《+》Accufab SBTB w/ plenum [NOT ported]
Exhaust: MRT catted H-pipe + JBA exhaust
Boost: Billet Flow 2.76 (upper pulley only) [BF Snub Idler Bracket w/4 Idler Pulley Set]

Supporting Mods Needed for BPU 《+》HP Level:

a) Diablo MAFia
b) KB Boost A Pump (BAP) hard wired
c) Ford Racing Alternator 130 Amp
d) [not needed but added] Canton Larger IC Resevoir

Tune:
SCT X3 - dyno tuned on 91 Octane @ RET

Monitor: Torque Pro w/ Phone & AEM UEGO Failsafe Digital Wideband A/F & Boost Gauge
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)
BPU = Basic Performance Upgrades

aka first stage of mods aka Intake (filter), Exhaust (cat-back), Boost (upper pulley) is BPU

BPU + = one additional modification more, for example having an upgraded throttle body would constitute as a +
 

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For Terminators, I hadn't really thought of what would constitute APU

APU = Advanced Performance Upgrades

This is likely how you would define modified Terminators with upgraded blowers, N20, etc
 

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I would like to be able to run 60lb injectors and the stock pumps with the BAP.

Any reason why I couldn't run E85 with this set up?
 

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I would like to be able to run 60lb injectors and the stock pumps with the BAP.

Any reason why I couldn't run E85 with this set up?
I ran Twin GT Pumps, BAP, -8 Line, Stock Rails, and 80lb Injectors into the high 9's on a Whipple with 20PSI.

You should be able to run the 60's at your HP, but if it was me I would just do the 80's for added safety.

Most important is a tune for E85.
 

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Skip the 60s and go 80s. I also would highly recommend better pumps than stock. Spend now and set it up so it can support more than your current goal and it will work better in the long run.
 
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