I had been running meth before I swapped to E85.Why do you think you need the meth with intake temps in the 120's, and an Ethanol fuel??
No, you won't gain a thing. A 120*F intake charge is very close to an N/A motor on a hot Arizona day.I had been running meth before I swapped to E85.
You don't think iats in the 50's will be better than 120's.
All I have to do is fill the meth tank and pull some fuel in the tune to run it.
So a N/A motor running on a hot Arizona day will not pick up any HP compared to a running on a cold Canada day??No, you won't gain a thing. A 120*F intake charge is very close to an N/A motor on a hot Arizona day.
You have super low intake charge temps, and run E85 which is oxygenated, and the equivlent of 100 octane fuel.
Adding yet another component to the system will yield ZERO. You are safe as hell right now, and making great power.
Totally different scenario when it comes to N/A. There is a misconception that the air is more dense (density meaning containing more molecules of Oxygen by volume) after drawn in, compressed (heated) then cooled. Once the compressor draws in X amount of air, and compresses it, it will NOT gain more Oxygen molecules, even after it has been cooled down. Think of a balloon filled with air. Put it in the freezer. What happens? It contracts and the molecules of oxygen become smaller, and the balloon gets smaller. The same amount of air/oxygen is still in the balloon, but yes it is colder.So a N/A motor running on a hot Arizona day will not pick up any HP compared to a running on a cold Canada day??
E85 has a higher octane than 100.