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Thread: Importing Barrels of E98

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trackman View Post
    4 barrels delivered to my door! Can't beat that.
    Probably saved 1500 bucks vs VP.
    As long as people are happy, I'm happy

    Just dropped off a couple of barrels of Fuse 105 to a road race guy tonight. Lots of E98 going out the door, hopefully people keep buying!

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    Do you happen to have any E85 barrels in stock?

    A friend of mine would be in for one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karolko View Post
    Do you happen to have any E85 barrels in stock?

    A friend of mine would be in for one.
    I have one single barrel currently left He can text/call 780-920-1819 or email chassiflex@gmail.com if interested.

    Keep in mind, its not hard for me to go get stock. I have another bulk purchase lined up and ready to go, but I would like to see some more commitment from people first. I don't want to sit on thousands of litres of ethanol over winter haha.

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    This should be fun, we have a customer taking his 800whp (?) 997 turbo to the dyno on Wednesday. So far he says the car is running great on the E85 I provided, but he had unfortunately filled his car with the E85 while he still had a large amount of gas in the tank causing a fairly low ethanol mixture (~55%). I dropped off a barrel of E98 yesterday for him and he got the mixture in the car up to 83.5% so he is looking forward to seeing what the car puts down! I asked him to send some videos of the dyno runs if he can

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    I switched my Pinto last week to the E98 I got from you, I haven't dyno'd it yet (other issues) but it seems to really like it, The one thing I noticed is in bumper to bumper traffic the hottest it ever got was 190*, normally it would go nucular on gas.
    Infamous Automotive
    Just making a old pile as fast as possible, Da Pinto 9.79@137
    Dirty shop truck 10.8's@126 4600lbs Sold!
    The "PO-MOD" Twin turbo LS Chevette.

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    Anyone with new dyno or track numbers using this fuel?
    I'm still putting my junk together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiTempguy View Post
    This should be fun, we have a customer taking his 800whp (?) 997 turbo to the dyno on Wednesday. So far he says the car is running great on the E85 I provided, but he had unfortunately filled his car with the E85 while he still had a large amount of gas in the tank causing a fairly low ethanol mixture (~55%). I dropped off a barrel of E98 yesterday for him and he got the mixture in the car up to 83.5% so he is looking forward to seeing what the car puts down! I asked him to send some videos of the dyno runs if he can
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    Adam,
    The fuel is great! The car put down 855 WHP and loved it (84.5% Ethanol). We stopped there as the engine is still completely stock. I plan on running the same fuel from you next year with bigger turbos and fully built engine. It should put down 1300-1400 WHP.

    James
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    Quote Originally Posted by vr6tee View Post
    997Dyno.jpg

    Adam,
    The fuel is great! The car put down 855 WHP and loved it (84.5% Ethanol). We stopped there as the engine is still completely stock. I plan on running the same fuel from you next year with bigger turbos and fully built engine. It should put down 1300-1400 WHP.

    James
    Wow, I completely missed this post. That is incredible, I am glad the fuel is working out

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    Fuel worked good for me too. Made the same power as on Q16
    Infamous Automotive
    Just making a old pile as fast as possible, Da Pinto 9.79@137
    Dirty shop truck 10.8's@126 4600lbs Sold!
    The "PO-MOD" Twin turbo LS Chevette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Dario View Post
    Fuel worked good for me too. Made the same power as on Q16


    Jeez I need to check P-Shop more often. That is great to hear Dario!

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