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UPDATE - The host suffered a "Catastrophic Hardware Failure" (*specifics not shared) on 01/13 and the "latest available" backup for the website and database were restored.  At this point they have been unable to recover any later versions of the database.

     We are going to give them another 72hrs to pull off a miracle and find something later than 05/21 before we fully move forward with normal forum operations.  Maybe we'll luck out, but to be perfectly honest, it's not looking good.

     It is still recommended that new members wait to register for the time being, as any new accounts created before our final decision on a path forward is made, may not exist once this is taken care of. This is also true for new topics, posts, status updates, profile & account changes, etc.

 

As always, we appreciate your patience as ask that you hold on just a little longer.

-NPORA Mod Team

*Updated: 01/17/2022 6:54PM PST

E85 in the 95 Turbo, let's see what happens.


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On 5/14/2020 at 2:27 PM, 2milehi said:

How is the engine holding together?

 

Still pounding on it. I turned it down quite a bit as it's my only vehicle at the moment. Added a catalytic converter to help with the raw fuel smell. But she is doing well.

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On 6/11/2020 at 7:37 PM, silverton said:

when you exceed 80% duty cycle, you need bigger injectors. running them so close to 100% is begging them to fail.

I only ran them that hard for a short time before turning the tune down for just that reason. But I have a box of goodies in the garage that should eliminate that problem. Project is still in the works but should be coming together in the coming weeks. 

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