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    In the spirit of sharing My Demon Whipple E85R+Nos tune

    I get frustrated with all the threads with good questions and only a problem fixed but no sharing of their solution. Demon, Whipple, E85R ,Fore fuel system, 4.50 pulley, long tube headers, stock cat back, 150 shot nos, Made 1,001 RWHP in 100 degree weather, 1124 RWHP same weather on Nos. Not a finished or perfect tune but runs well with no codes or throttle fluttering. If you see anything I can improve please share.

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    Thanks!

    I agree with you.

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    Did you by chance do the flex fuel patch for E85?

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    Not flex fuel.

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    Small explanation of how tune is used with regard to fuel ,nos and High octane mode. Nos system turns on at 4000 rpm off at 6000 rpm
    E85 pump = Normal fuel mode
    E85R NO NOS = HO mode
    E85R 150Nos wet shot=Normal mode

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    just finished up a 422 that's going in a Demon for a friend, I'll tell him to check this out.
    10.55@130 Mph Not too bad for 392Ci NA 4400lbs truck

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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClS...5mXdDR5sOxs10Q

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    A bit of an update to the tune after extensive street and track time.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Hello,
    THANK YOU.
    Regards.
    ;o)

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    I do the same thing...Welcome to the "Im not a prick" club! There are actually a few that will go WAY out of their way to help...Hemituna, 06300CSRT8, these guys made made car...There are really cool people here you just have to catch them when they aren't busy

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    On the engine side of torque limits you have your max at 826 ft lbs I believe ...You would think that would cause a problem because your easily close to 1200ft lbs....I have only been doing this for about 6 months but that jumped out at me...It might not be a thing but I know the motor will try to keep it under what is input there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShannonSRT View Post
    On the engine side of torque limits you have your max at 826 ft lbs I believe ...You would think that would cause a problem because your easily close to 1200ft lbs....I have only been doing this for about 6 months but that jumped out at me...It might not be a thing but I know the motor will try to keep it under what is input there...
    It really depends on how the rest of the tune is setup. You can run a Scat Pack at this kind of power with stock torque model also. Just don't change things in tune to let it know it is making more than the limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridenrunwv View Post
    It really depends on how the rest of the tune is setup. You can run a Scat Pack at this kind of power with stock torque model also. Just don't change things in tune to let it know it is making more than the limit.
    why

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShannonSRT View Post
    why
    Because if the PCM or TCM doesn't know it's over the limit, it won't be an issue.

    It cannot directly measure torque or horsepower, it can only calculate torque based on the torque model.