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Old 12-02-2012, 10:17 PM   #16
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Hahahha. On my most recent tune I have very little trouble starting the car on cold days so I am sure Ed can do something for you.

It wasnt terrible before with the catted dp and greddy evo 2 but now that I am running EL headers, catless dp, and the tomei TI exhaust its crazy *** loud. I couldnt imagine having to keep cranking it over with how loud it is.

PROcede - I think I'll be installing the Zetronix stuff myself. Its really straight forward. Sensor goes into the fuel return line, hook up the electronics, connect the display, and you should be good to go.

There is another step which involves running the sensor into your ecu which allows for on the spot correction for ethanol % variations. However I have no idea if this would work with the accessport.
Where do you plan on mounting your display?
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:59 PM   #17
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Just bought 15 gallons at propel in redwood city still @ $3.09 a gallon
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I love the stuff!! $3.09 for in redwood city
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Where do you plan on mounting your display?
Not sure yet, depends on how big the display is. Maybe on the steering column. Thought about maybe in the glove box or in the armrest area. Just check it when needed and not have it visible all the time.
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Thankyou for the answers

Valero Gas Station and Car Wash
1298 Montague Expressway, San Jose, CA
E85 $3.09 GL
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:06 PM   #21
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Not sure yet, depends on how big the display is. Maybe on the steering column. Thought about maybe in the glove box or in the armrest area. Just check it when needed and not have it visible all the time.
I think its the size of a GPS!
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I commute between Pleasanton and Fremont and always fill at the Sunol Super Stop (Bottom of the North side of the Sunol grade on 680). Usually ~$3.29 +/- .10

There's also one in Fremont at the Chevron in Stevenson near Lake Elizabeth (Paseo Padre I think?) But it's more out of the way for me, and usually more expensive.
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[QUOTE=Concillian;3326105]I commute between Pleasanton and Fremont and always fill at the Sunol Super Stop (Bottom of the North side of the Sunol grade on 680). Usually ~$3.29 +/- .10

that's the price i saw yesterday.
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I think its the size of a GPS!
I just received my Zeitronix's kit. It actually comes with an updated Flex Fuel Sensor that is not from GM. It's black. The actual LCD screen is SMALL, the size of a credit card at most.
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I just received my Zeitronix's kit. It actually comes with an updated Flex Fuel Sensor that is not from GM. It's black. The actual LCD screen is SMALL, the size of a credit card at most.
Awesome! Mine should be here this week.
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Yeah apparently that announced that at Sema this year and will start marketing it next year. However, whomever buys one now will be getting the updated flex fuel sensor.
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I'm still waiting for one in sf.
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i wonder why there are no e85 stations in sunol, pleasanton, dublin, san ramon, danville...along the 680 freeway....
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i wonder why there are no e85 stations in sunol, pleasanton, dublin, san ramon, danville...along the 680 freeway....
This one as posted above

"I commute between Pleasanton and Fremont and always fill at the Sunol Super Stop (Bottom of the North side of the Sunol grade on 680). Usually ~$3.29 +/- .10

There's also one in Fremont at the Chevron in Stevenson near Lake Elizabeth (Paseo Padre I think?) But it's more out of the way for me, and usually more expensive. "
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This one as posted above

"I commute between Pleasanton and Fremont and always fill at the Sunol Super Stop (Bottom of the North side of the Sunol grade on 680). Usually ~$3.29 +/- .10

There's also one in Fremont at the Chevron in Stevenson near Lake Elizabeth (Paseo Padre I think?) But it's more out of the way for me, and usually more expensive. "
sorry, i meant more than one near 680 freeway.

haha, i drive by and see the sunol gas station daily.
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