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hello, i buy my supra there 3 month, and i want installed an single turbo

i buy some parts, can you verify my setup if it s ok and complete tanks


i have:

turbo kit t61 dbb (xs power header,boost logic turbo)
intercooler xs poxer + piping
wasgate tial 46mm
catback hks drager
hks damper
hks dump valve
map ecu2 (if someone can tell me what he mean to this product in mp, it will nice, easy to tune)
aem uego
blitz turbo timer
bcc greddy
apexy avcr
power entreprise belt


i want buy:

an clutch ^^
sparkling plug ik22 or ik24 if i find
an big fuel pomp for my e85
complete fuel rail kit
850cc injector fuel and ethanol
a new oil pomp
radiator oil
a new water pomp


and maybe i forget something....



my fuel is sp98 (france) and i want use e85


question:

the stok fuelpomp is ok for my setup in sp98? and 1 stok fuel pomp for e85?
or i need change the fuel pomp?
 

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Id just use a different sparkling plug. :dunno:
 

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I'm not sure if you mean to use one stock pump or two, but the T61 turbo on high boost can get up to 600whp+ and one stock pump cannot pump enough gasoline for that....and on E85 you need about 30% more fuel flow than gasoline so especially inadequate for close to 600whp on E85.
 

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okay you mean i need an big fuel pomp or two // fuel pomp



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you have the same setup? it s great?


i have 200 liter to ethanol at my home, i think i can use it for try


my probleme is than every body in france tell, than map ecu is not good for my setup, and than i need an aem ems (more more expensive)


but some body tell me, than the map ecu is good for 800 hp not more, or with an t61 i can have 700hp max, well it s ok?
 

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The problem is you want to run e85 which means you will need a lot more fuel than a regular gasoline setup.

You will definitely need two Denso pumps. The map ecu is just a piggyback. It can't tune things like cold start/ hot start etc. The e85 setups are a whole different ball game. You would be be much better off with a good stand alone ecu. I doubt you can even run e85 with a map ecu because it is so limited.
 

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The problem is you want to run e85 which means you will need a lot more fuel than a regular gasoline setup.

You will definitely need two Denso pumps. The map ecu is just a piggyback. It can't tune things like cold start/ hot start etc. The e85 setups are a whole different ball game. You would be be much better off with a good stand alone ecu. I doubt you can even run e85 with a map ecu because it is so limited.
thanks what is that:
cold start/ hot start

my stok ecu control that no?
 

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thanks what is that:
cold start/ hot start

my stok ecu control that no?
Your stock ecu only knows how to control the stock setup/ regular gasoline. A stand alone ecu will do what ever your tuner tells it to do.

You should do a lot of reading/ searching (less posting) on how stand alones work and how e85 works.
 

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i know but in english it s very hard

i know the e85 is 30% more rich than fuel sp98, and the knock is more late

i m sorry i speak very simple
 
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