After some issues with the post office losing my package, I finally got the sensor installed, turned on and tuned. Jumped from 340RWHP to 352RWHP. Definitely feel the power increase, I even feel like it shifts smoother than before. After 100 miles of driving, my city MPG went down from 15mpg to 11mpg, but with the price of e85 way lower than 93 octane gas, I feel like I'm saving a lot of money. Install was a breeze, got it done in about 45 minutes - 1 hour. Did not have to change any fuel lines or hoses. I simply cut the fuel lines, attached the sensor with 3/8 couplers, tune, and that's it!
I finally went ahead and got the sensor and will be delivered today. I will be installing the sensor tonight, and if all goes well, tuning tomorrow. Excited to see what the outcome will be! currently I am pushing 340RWHP and I am expecting to see atleast 10-15HP gain.
This is my 2015 Z71 silverado. I have installed spec d tuning headlights with 6k HID bulbs, ballasts, harness and cancellers. LED fog lights Swapped out the factory 18" wheels with some texas edition 20s. K&N 77 series cold air intake system Jet performance MAF sensor 1 7/8" ceramic pacesetter headers MSD ignition wires And HP tuned locally. Next on my to-do list is: E-85 conversion Cam and DOD delete Maybe install udp pulley Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Hello all, my name is Jesse. I am 26 years old and have been a Chevy enthusiast since I was about 18. Bought my 15 Silverado Z71 last year, and since then I've done a couple of mods to my truck. My goal is to have one good looking fast truck! Feel free to ask me anything if you'd like to know more! Thank you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
With your conversion, did you only replace the sensor or did you have to convert the fuel lines/hoses as well? I am looking to convert my truck to e85 soon.
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