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E85 fuel economy research in Colorado

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Also,  would have been good to collect some data on the lower rpm shift point changes before altering the engine.

 

Maybe they did this.  More data coming later this year hopefully..

 

Perhaps this will draw out more research from others, too! 

 

 

     Kudos to CSU , in any case..

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Also,  would have been good to collect some data on the lower rpm shift point changes before altering the engine.

 

Maybe they did this.  More data coming later this year hopefully..

 

Perhaps this will draw out more research from others, too! 

 

 

     Kudos to CSU , in any case..

Thanks Greengenes.. I think I'll call their dept in the Morning and see if we can get a  bit more info..just really frustrating to read these types of articles without al the data

 

The quote that is most interesting is to me is "We want to show that these steps will allow automotive manufacturers to produce efficient vehicles that

are optimized to run on E85, for little or no additional cost to their gasoline counterparts,” said Colorado
Corn executive director Mark Sponsler. "
 
So again..how do you increase compression high enough without considerable expense..

 

BTW.. Eric dude..lay off the Coffee man ..  :D

 

 

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