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Hey everyone got a couple questions hopefully can be answered

I have a 2014 Accord 3.5 6MT and was wondering on a good fuel pump and injectors to get for an e85 conversation, I’m still N/A and I plan on keeping it that way. Not sure if it makes sense to go e85 without any forced induction I’m not sure on the power gains but any advice will be great

also does anyone know of any tuners or remote tuners in the tri state area that will tune with Ktuner? Even if I don’t go e85 I would like to get my car tuned to take advantage of the current mods I have now if I have to drive 3-4 hours that’s fine I live in the NY metropolitan area any recommendations will be great thanks!
 

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Hey everyone got a couple questions hopefully can be answered

I have a 2014 Accord 3.5 6MT and was wondering on a good fuel pump and injectors to get for an e85 conversation, I’m still N/A and I plan on keeping it that way. Not sure if it makes sense to go e85 without any forced induction I’m not sure on the power gains but any advice will be great

also does anyone know of any tuners or remote tuners in the tri state area that will tune with Ktuner? Even if I don’t go e85 I would like to get my car tuned to take advantage of the current mods I have now if I have to drive 3-4 hours that’s fine I live in the NY metropolitan area any recommendations will be great thanks!
 

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Hey everyone got a couple questions hopefully can be answered

I have a 2014 Accord 3.5 6MT and was wondering on a good fuel pump and injectors to get for an e85 conversation, I’m still N/A and I plan on keeping it that way. Not sure if it makes sense to go e85 without any forced induction I’m not sure on the power gains but any advice will be great

also does anyone know of any tuners or remote tuners in the tri state area that will tune with Ktuner? Even if I don’t go e85 I would like to get my car tuned to take advantage of the current mods I have now if I have to drive 3-4 hours that’s fine I live in the NY metropolitan area any recommendations will be great thanks!
I believe P2R racing has a combination kit that has both E85 lines/ hoses and Fuel rail for the proper injectors to compensate for the increased power and larger fuel pump, plus a tune, and voila you are ready to go! I would like to ho e85 as well but I can't exactly afford that right now, I'm also trying to see if anyone knows if a flex fuel sensor can be used for such as set up like this so that drivers can observe fuel mixtures in the system.
 

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I believe P2R racing has a combination kit that has both E85 lines/ hoses and Fuel rail for the proper injectors to compensate for the increased power and larger fuel pump, plus a tune, and voila you are ready to go! I would like to ho e85 as well but I can't exactly afford that right now, I'm also trying to see if anyone knows if a flex fuel sensor can be used for such as set up like this so that drivers can observe fuel mixtures in the system.
Just to be clear P2R racing does not tune your vehicle, you have to go find your own tuner for that tune I mentioned that you will want to get! Btw, this is all hear say from others who have done what you're attempting to do, I am in no way a mechanic/ engineer.
 
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