You need injectors, fuel pumps and a tune to calibrate it.How do you tune the car to run on e85? Doesn't it void the warranty if you tune? Surely I can't just fill up on e85 and see what happens.... What's the process?
E85 does not gum up modern injectors any quicker than gasoline.I heard that e85 gums up the injectors over time and that in cold weather causes the car to have a hard time starting.......
Thats good to know, had been on the fence about going the e85 route. Is cobb working on a fuel offset for temp?E85 does not gum up modern injectors any quicker than gasoline.
In cold weather it can be harder to start. But this is mostly a computer and tuning issue. The car will start, but it might take a few more cranks. If the cobb had a cranking fuel offset for temp, it would start right up.