That's kinda what I figured. Thanks for the info!The low E content of normal gas can easily be adjusted for with the fuel trims and the gas is rated with the E content included, so your not running any more octane like you are with E85, so you really can't add timing or anything.
Search on efilive they have one already. Plus from my understanding the 2011 doesn't need the sensorI would love a full write up on the conversion! I'd be very interested in doing it since the college I'm going to be going to has a gas station with e85 right by it.
most if not all the cruzes have the correct lines to use E85 I know when I had my Eco checked it was good to goSomething nobody mentioned or discussed...was other modifications that the true flex fuel vehicles have beyond just engine management. E85 is significantly more corrosive than the regular gasoline with up to 10%, and even that is corrosive, just less so.
Everything that touches the E85 from the tank to the injectors has to be corrosion proof or it will eventually become a problem.
Do you have a list of PIDs # for the Cruze. The numbers will most likely be in hex format, for example, the module that on work on, TCCM, I can read engine speed the PID is 0x000C. I don't think any of the PID # numbers are common across platforms, or even modules.You need to log a run at full throttle all the way to the shift at full RPM to see what your max duty cycle is. It goes up as RPM goes up. I need to get my Duty Cycle PID setup and see where mine is, but I'm back to strait gas this tank so will be pretty low.
As far as the 42lbs Bosch injectors Vs Stock one's, the DIY install thread on them claimed they got better mileage with them cuz of better spay pattern/atomization, but I didn't really notice that. But then again, I had only run a couple tanks of fuel though my stock Cruze before I started doing all the mods, lol. I'm an auto trans too, so my mileage is lower anyway. I wouldn't think they would really be cost afective if you didn't plan to run E85, but that just me.