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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SLS AMG Click here to enlarge
    Hello Mthis,

    how are you doing man? have you recorded any videos yet?
    Got nothing to record really I have a few new ones I posted of me and a buddy with his modded 335.
    Doing good tnx for asking. How u guys doing out there any good races , any vids?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by c32AMG-DTM Click here to enlarge
    I can see you mentioning MS109, because race-gas tunes for the M156 have been around awhile, but are there E85 tunes available?

    Can someone even run E85 on the stock M156 fuel system, or are hardware upgrades required to handle the additional flow requirements?

    Just curious. Regardless, yeah, these Dimsport My Genius handheld flashloaders sure look like the future for M156 tuning - a great advancement for mod-minded owners.
    No tunes yet but I'm working with Jeramy to try and make something work.
    Well we run a lil of it on daily basis someplases in the world run more then US and they use same pumps so it should handle a lil more of it, if it don't then good bye fuel pump and injectors ect.
    The tool is great and if this e85 thing work it will be even better.
    Once I log and test it I'll post up more about it good or bad,
    its works for the BMW guys why not for us.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Matt@AUTOCouture Click here to enlarge
    Does this work for older Eclass setups? W210 chassis I think, the 55 models
    You would have to ask OE, I don't think so though.

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    From what I understand the P31 powerband is more than just a factory tune? Doesn't the motor hold torque longer, which is partially the reason for more HP. I.e. this is why the torque is the same as non-P31 and the HP higher?
    Current: 2012 C63 AMG PP | 2012 F25 X3
    Past: 2008 E92 M3 | 2009 E90 335i | 2007 Z4MC | 2002 GTI 1.8T | 2000 Celica GT-S | 1999 328i | 1990 Corrado G60

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    You would have to ask OE, I don't think so though.
    They do work on that chassis. ME2.8

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    They do work on that chassis. ME2.8
    Thanks bren

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    how easy its to use this device



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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mthis Click here to enlarge
    Easy to use. Looks like it takes about a minute to change maps.

    Thanks for the videos nice to see them from an independent person.

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    Would be nice if this unit can double as an OBDII reader that will allow you to check CEL codes and clear them.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sincity Click here to enlarge
    Would be nice if this unit can double as an OBDII reader that will allow you to check CEL codes and clear them.
    Would be very nice but that would result in extra development, money, etc. I think there are other tools for that but would be cool to have them all in one.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mthis Click here to enlarge
    No tunes yet but I'm working with Jeramy to try and make something work.
    Well we run a lil of it on daily basis someplases in the world run more then US and they use same pumps so it should handle a lil more of it, if it don't then good bye fuel pump and injectors ect.
    The tool is great and if this e85 thing work it will be even better.
    Once I log and test it I'll post up more about it good or bad,
    its works for the BMW guys why not for us.
    Did you guys figure out an E85 tune yet, mthis? Any progress there?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by c32AMG-DTM Click here to enlarge
    Did you guys figure out an E85 tune yet, mthis? Any progress there?
    No 100% tune yet still working on getting it dialed in correctly.
    I been running e85 for the past 6tanks of gas (full) all with dift amount of mixtures and the car seems to like it.
    The e85 tune deft pulls more timing then the street tune but It's not close to the race gas tune. But both race gas tune and e85 have very similar AF just dift timing.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mthis Click here to enlarge
    No 100% tune yet still working on getting it dialed in correctly.
    I been running e85 for the past 6tanks of gas (full) all with dift amount of mixtures and the car seems to like it.
    The e85 tune deft pulls more timing then the street tune but It's not close to the race gas tune. But both race gas tune and e85 have very similar AF just dift timing.
    Interesting! You should need approximately 30% more fuel volume with E85 vs. traditional E10 gasoline. I'm surprised the stock fuel system can supply enough to cover that.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by c32AMG-DTM Click here to enlarge
    Interesting! You should need approximately 30% more fuel volume with E85 vs. traditional E10 gasoline. I'm surprised the stock fuel system can supply enough to cover that.
    Stock system can handle a good amount i been running over 50% mix.
    I don't know if I'm going to push foward with this anymore tho I'm getting a normal daily driver and this car might just sit in the driveway, if that happens and i will just keep the car full race trim all the time an keep it full of ms109.

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    Oh common finish the e85 tune I am waiting for it. PLanning to go e85 also on my c63.

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    Is the E85 tune not ready yet?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ojulian Click here to enlarge
    Oh common finish the e85 tune I am waiting for it. PLanning to go e85 also on my c63.
    You can get tuned for it, no one will give u a guarantee that's it will work 100% its something u have to do at u own risk if u get it.

    Do u want to run 100% e85 or a mix?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Is the E85 tune not ready yet?
    The ginny pig version of the tune is but nothing for sale that I know of.

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    I am planning on running 100% e85 and when not available, I will let the tank dry enough to fill 93oct and remap accordingly.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ojulian Click here to enlarge
    I am planning on running 100% e85 and when not available, I will let the tank dry enough to fill 93oct and remap accordingly.
    100% E85 with an M156, interesting.

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