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Aurion E85?

Sean K

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Any car not designed to run on E85 from factory (such as a couple of the newer Holdens) will need an aftermarket ECU and flex-fuel sensor to be able to properly meter the fuel (and if you're doing it to make power you'll need much bigger injectors too).

So unless you're going to shell out a couple of grand minimum for a new computer, the answer is a definite no.

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I know for a e85 system in a XR6R Turbo at least 2k plus depending on what/how many maps is needed in the tune.

I would guess a Aurion would be alot due to custom ECU and etc.

Do not get me wrong I have thought about it on the TRD. Just do not think it worth it.

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