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Oh man someone is getting a drunk dial this weekend…:p

Should we coordinate times?
 


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The hardest parts are 1. Not ever riding in a stock hellcat so I don’t have anything to compare it to. And 2. Not knowing the extent of what’s been done to the car. I don’t know what they used to tune it with. I don’t know if it has stock internals, transmission etc. It smells like it’s running a little rich while it’s idle but the A/F gauge is showing 9-10.
There should be some on this forum not obscenely far from you. Maybe @Mean Cat that could help you with some info.
 


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If at gauge is showing 9 to 10 afr the car is tuned for e85. It means the stoich point is changed in the tune to reflect e85.
or it means you are in car over temp but even if it is in the 9s that would be rich for cat over temp
See this is what I’m trying to understand. I was under the impression if it was tuned to E85 it wouldn’t even run in 91+. How could it be tuned to e85 but run perfectly off of 91+. I miss the diesel days when diesel was diesel and it was all the same shit.
 


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See this is what I’m trying to understand. I was under the impression if it was tuned to E85 it wouldn’t even run in 91+. How could it be tuned to e85 but run perfectly off of 91+. I miss the diesel days when diesel was diesel and it was all the same shit.

Stay out of high boost until you resolve this...
 


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When a well tuned one is on the money you can basically idle or just barely lay your foot on it and they are more than good for street driving!

I can drive mine like a bad ass Harley, with a RPM range about 1500-2200!! Get to 8th and use the torque just like I do on a well built/tuned bike. Amazing. But press down and complete violence breaks out, especially when the Track Mode is engaged (thank you Mr @Jon-MooredPerformanceLLC for waking up the torque monster).

But like is said above, don’t really nail it seriously until someone like Jon has looked at everything. It can be a little off and a non-Hellcat person could believe it still is very bad ass until something makes a very bad and wrong noise.
 


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See this is what I’m trying to understand. I was under the impression if it was tuned to E85 it wouldn’t even run in 91+. How could it be tuned to e85 but run perfectly off of 91+. I miss the diesel days when diesel was diesel and it was all the same shit.
All I know until I saw some data is 9.8 is stoich for e85 so if that is what it is idling at that is what it wants. These cars can make up 30 percent in the fuel trims. But it won’t be happy for very long. Also timing for e85 is way more aggressive.
you could go back to that dealeeship and they could hook up their scanner to it and they can at least tell you what your fuel trims are.
 


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