When it comes to non-intercooled the thing is you have to be comfortable with high IAT's. However you'll really never know just how high they are since the temp is taken before the TB and the E85 is helping cool that intake charge right as it enters the combustion chamber. Some people get really nervous about the high IAT's but I haven't seen any issues due to it. I've been told the high IAT's will put the engine on the edge but a month ago I had a bad day at the track and forgot to switch on my second fuel pump. From the 330' mark on I was at 14.5/1 AF at 20.5lbs of boost, 160% cycle duty and didn't even melt a plug. That should have melted any engine.
1994 Mustang LS Swap - 11.40 @ 117.88 / 9.85 @ 134.74 nitrous / 8.73 @ 157.13 PT88
2004 Mach 1-P1SC (11.93 @ 120.54, 468RWHP/417RWTQ) - SOLD
2000 GT 2V NA (11.97 @ 113.20 w/1.56 60ft, 285.3RWHP/296.3RWTQ) - SOLD