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I haven’t heard much about flex fuel in these cars and was wondering if anyone even does it and reliably? I’m located in Kansas City and I’ve been told by numerous shops that it’s either pump or E85.
 

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You've been in a cave then, Barth, Satera and Dusteroff all offer it. I believe it's in the works with OST.
 

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If you want to get on the “E”, be ready to get intimate with your local gas station :cool:
 

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I haven’t heard much about flex fuel in these cars and was wondering if anyone even does it and reliably? I’m located in Kansas City and I’ve been told by numerous shops that it’s either pump or E85.
contact modified by kc in merriam kansas. ryan will get you set up
 

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AJ, Barth and Satera offer a direct sensor option with both CMR (Barth/AJ) and HP Tuners (Satera)...this uses the innovate gauge and its output to trigger the changes in the map.

Dusterhoff does "inferred" content flex fuel like is OEM for ford and dodge. It uses the factory widebands and a little math to calculate ethanol content after combustion.

Speedy is on inferred flex with [email protected] guiding him I believe...which leads me to believe it'll be an option there soon as well.

Both have pros and cons...but realistically either will work wonderfully because of the people backing you.

I have Dusterhoff's and he is currently helping me thru a retune and subsequent discovered issues with the sending unit and such. Support is almost always 24hrs or less and on point.

You can't go wrong with either option.
 
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