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    I'm currently building an e-85 motor that should be done in the next couple of weeks. I am looking for dyno shops that have exp. running e-85 set ups. I live in the metro detroit area. I'm willing to travel a 3-4 hr radius give or take, but would prefer somewhere locally. Let me know what's out there, thanks.

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    In Detroit area try Roush racing, Brent Schultz 734 779 7496

    I can help you if you want to bring it to Sparta, Mi. More Power Inc.
    Are you running EFI ?

    I can send you a copy of my E85 target lambda or A/F table for a 3 bar MAP if that would help.

    There's nothing special about tuning E85 over gas. You just use a different A/F ratio. It has a wider tuning range than gas,


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    Thanks unchained for the offer, I will seriously consider it as I would not have a problem traveling over that way. My combo is naturally aspriated, with a 1050 dominator. I'm hoping that makes it easy to deal with and tune.

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    Unfortunately I'm not a carb guy so I couldn't be of any help on that one.
    Use an O2 sensor and pay close attention to it and tune from that would be my best advise.

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    Thanks anyways unchained, anyone else got any recommendations?

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    still looking, any other suggestions anyone?

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    There is a gentleman in Jackson MI that has tuned a few on his dyno included my injected deal, May want to give him a call a see if he is interested. Dick @ Mid-America Motorsports. 517-789-6622.

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    thanks hotrod-21, talked to dick yesterday and liked what he had to say. I'm not exactly sure if i'll end up there, only because of his dyno's limitations but defineltly giving it serious consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2ospeeder View Post
    thanks hotrod-21, talked to dick yesterday and liked what he had to say. I'm not exactly sure if i'll end up there, only because of his dyno's limitations but defineltly giving it serious consideration.

    No problem. What cubic inch? What are your expectations?
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    it's a 548 bbc, expecting 850-900 hp, then nitrous on top of it, 200-300 shot...

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