Precision DBB CEA 6766H with a 1.0 A/R. Don't know what the boost was, but will be getting that info and dyno sheet from SPE shortly. I do know that, because of the dyno issues, the boost level was the same as it was when all I had was a 91-octane tune (619 whp). I never found out my 91-octane boost level because my E85 tune was always "just around the corner". It just took a lot longer than we anticipated because of slow parts.Ken, what turbo / boost are you running on Eau Rouge? Stock bottom end?
Ken, glad to see you have a tenable E85 path. What pumps did you go with, a late model Walbro setup with secondary pump(s) triggered?Finally got my PHR E85 fuel system installed in Eau Rouge by SP Engineering. Wow is all I can say! Couldn't finish high boost tuning because the SPE Dynojet is broken ($14,000 to fix) and its Mustang dyno is also acting cranky, I guess from all those 1700+ whp GTR runs .
Anyway, the car made 730 wheel on the first boost setting on the Mustang after it was a no go on the Dynojet and the Mustang started acting up. I must be getting old because, right now, the car seems about perfect to me as is. Reduced spool and mid-range are just plain awesome and, since I started this when we finally began to get E85 in my area, new stations have popped up, with the nearest one being only 3.5 miles from my house. I may wring her out just a bit more for half-mile racing, but she's damn near perfect as is.
I really love my 42 Draft Designs "Ultimate" can, which allows for a sealed system. Ken has one mounted using a stock bracket location, take a look: https://www.supraforums.com/threads/oil-catch-can-smokes-a-ton-what-can-i-do.696684/page-3changed my oil and thought about how I need to get moving on a new catch can.