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#1605854 - 10/08/2017 11:58 Fuel lines
bojke Offline
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Registered: 26/10/2008
Posts: 192
Loc: Serbia
Hi guys. Anyone knows what needs to be changed on fuel supply to be able to run E85? The car is already tuned and it has walbro 255 in tank and external fuel pump too. Do we need to change fuel lines to be able to cope with aggresive E85?


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#1605867 - 10/08/2017 15:03 Re: Fuel lines [Re: bojke]
deannn_20VT Offline
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Registered: 12/08/2006
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Loc: Poland
Yes, you need to change the fuel lines but that's where my knowledge ends. Speak to Midlands Car Servicing, FC Performance or FCSS as they should be able to advise you.
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#1605869 - 10/08/2017 15:25 Re: Fuel lines [Re: bojke]
bojke Offline
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OK thanks.I see that you are using EMU standalone.Are you using original ignition coils or some aftermarket?Or is it possible to use for example VAG coils on original fuel injection or you have to have standalone?

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#1605870 - 10/08/2017 15:25 Re: Fuel lines [Re: bojke]
bojke Offline
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OK thanks.I see that you are using EMU standalone.Are you using original ignition coils or some aftermarket?Or is it possible to use for example VAG coils on original fuel injection or you have to have standalone?

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#1606000 - 13/08/2017 07:59 Re: Fuel lines [Re: bojke]
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You need compatible pump and fuel injectors. However, E85 requires a new ecu calibration as the fuel demands compared to gasoline are a lot greater, circa 30-40%.
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#1606029 - 13/08/2017 22:15 Re: Fuel lines [Re: bojke]
bojke Offline
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I have in tank walbro 255 and external 392 pump.Injectors are siemens 630cc.Any chanse on using vag coils?

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