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E85 Swap? Check out the AEM Ethanol Content Sensor Kits

Posted on 03 June 2015

Flex Fuel Testing Made Easy!

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Everyone loves the smell of fresh E85 in the morning. But not everyone loves putting bad gas into their cars...

Perhaps you just swapped over your car to get that extra power boost and want to make sure the fuel you are putting into your car is legit!

These kits are going to help you do just that. No more using test tubes to manually check ethanol content before filling up.

AEM's Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor Kits measure a vehicle's fuel ethanol content percentage and fuel temperature, which allows users with programmable engine management systems (capable of tuning for flex fuel) the ability to optimize an engine's tuning calibration for fuel ethanol content.

While many gas stations label flex fuel as E85 (85% Ethanol and 15% Gasoline), actual ethanol content can be much different. If you are hoping for E85 and get E70 without knowing it, things could turn bad for you in a hurry. Using AEM's Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor delivers the ability to determine the amount of fuel blend being used at any given time.

This sensor is ideal for use with AEM's Infinity standalone programmable ECU & Series 2 EMS on flex-fuel equipped vehicles, or it can be connected to a dash display or data logger.

Make sure your tune is safe and protect your car! For a great price these kits could help you steer away from a very expensive headache due to bad fuel.

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  • Adam Axell Neujahr: November 10, 2015

    Any sensors that are hand held pass through would be amazing for testing content BEFORE it goes in the tank. Yes using the tubes suck but the other day I say a “minimum 51%” sticker on a quick trip pump and I was not even going to bother. A hand held pass through funnel style even would be one hot selling item…

  • Jake Martin: November 10, 2015

    Yeah I read about it back when ECM tuning was first starting to implement it, but never kept up with it. Maybe one day we will get an ethanol pump here in town.

  • Logan Burns: November 10, 2015

    Jake Martin this is what I was tellin ya about

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