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Ive also read of getting a kit simply for a gauge, and then getting maps made for E15, E30, E40, etc, and loading a map per fuel tank. This would be a hassle if our ECU can handle the input.

Why on Earth are you sticking with E85 on a bolt on, N/A car? Right now you've got the cost of flex sensor stuff, overall more money in fuel (this varies), a bad tune, a new tune, the engine you've lost. That's alot of cash for a few extra HP.

Not being negative, but wouldn't a headswap, or oil pump+valve springs for more RPMs, and/or higher compression pistons be cheaper at this point? These would all give you more power, and be a respectable build.
 

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I was honestly debating that now, before I order it. I asked my tuner and he said I can just go back to pump 93 which is what I think i will do with this new motor.
 

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I was honestly debating that now, before I order it. I asked my tuner and he said I can just go back to pump 93 which is what I think i will do with this new motor.
Gotcha. Any "while you have it apart" items you plan for?
 
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