I have never used any of this stable goop or any other such snake oil. What I do, do is run high-test and when storing, full fuel cells. I believe a full cell prevents moisture from forming, cause the open space above the fuel is limited.
I was hoping the O2 sensor would allow the computer to compensate, but i suppose that’s a lot to expect from a narrow band sensor and pre windows era chip. I’ll avoid E-15 for now, but now know where to go if it becomes the main fuel out here.You need more ethonal than gasoline to keep the same AFR. What will happen is the car will run a touch lean. This can be compensated for by bumping the fuel pressure 2-3psi on an EFI engine and testing with a wideband
ethonal has a higher octane rating, E85 is the equivalent of 110 octane.I was hoping the O2 sensor would allow the computer to compensate. I’ll avoid it for now, but now know where to go if it becomes the main fuel out here.
we had a flex fuel vehicle, and the more ethanol, the smoother it ran, and the lower the MPG.
Wrong thread, I didn't check the 4.6l thread in my search. Nobody has the guts to try this dynamic compression, so I posted a standing offer.I can't seem to get anyone behind me on deep dish pistons. Porsche uses them. I got the pi heads for my 96 with the victor junior, that huge chamber would give me more piece of mind if it were filled with hotter air.