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Finally adding some items that I've had for a while. Already got my revised tune from Seb so hopefully all goes well.
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Are you replacing the spark plugs while you are in there?

How do the intake valves look (i.e., how much carbon is on the back of the valves)?
 
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Wow its looks quite dirty. I'd have to spray break cleaner all over everything.
 

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Break cleaner eh?
 

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Are you replacing the spark plugs while you are in there?

How do the intake valves look (i.e., how much carbon is on the back of the valves)?
Spark plugs are being replaced and Intake Valves look fine.
 

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Hey @Abstract rude - how's the Q been running since the upgrades? Are you running E85?
 

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Hussain @ Racebox has my car tuned for E50 - my stock injectors and the smaller HPFP being the reasons I can’t run a higher E level. So far - no issues.
 

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Hey @Abstract rude - how's the Q been running since the upgrades? Are you running E85?
I have not gone down the path of E85. The vehicle is running great since the last revision and dyno numbers looked okay, 400whp/456lb.ft. I did not want to push it after discussing my plans with Seb of upgrading the turbos. Now just waiting on my pure turbos and debating on E85. I might since I have all the supporting mods already.
 
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I have not gone down the path of E85. The vehicle is running great since the last revision and dyno numbers looked okay, 400whp/456lb.ft. I did not want to push it after discussing my plans with Seb of upgrading the turbos. Now just waiting on my pure turbos and debating on E85. I might since I have all the supporting mods already.
Very cool, I'm going to AMS next month for them to complete the RA600 build. Honestly once I'm back in CO I'll most likely be running 91o 80-85% of the time, but I am looking forward to having the option of higher octane!
 
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