Best value e85 setup?

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    The fathouse fab flex fuel kit looks nice but is so expensive, I might as well go supercharged. Any other kits for a reasonable price that deliver similar HP numbers? Anyone care to review theirs?
     
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    No experience with Fathouse or Proflex, but I can confirm that the Lund E85 tune is a good value ($450) and convenience (ECU tuning only).
     
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    Am i reading correctly that the fathouse flex fuel is 7k? Or are you talking about another package i missed?

    You could grab the lund flex tune, which is awesome, and a set of cat deletes and be really close to the same power of that package for literally 1/10th the price. No welding required for that install either, the manifold has a flange before the cats on the 350, unlike that one bastard side of the coyote.
     
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    I am running Kooks headers, Kook O/R x-pipe OEM out back. Running a flex tune. Last dyno in the heat made 503 on 93 and 523 on corn.
    The car is fun as heck to drive, and has some good pickup
     
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    I didn't believe you, so I looked it up. Holy bananas batman


    600R Flex Fuel
    600R Flex Fuel – $6,999 – 525HP (Shelby GT350)

    • JLT Air Intake/Filter
    • Stainless Works Longtube Headers
    • Stainless Works Catted H Pipe
    • DEI Titanium Header Wrap
    • Stage 8 Locking Fasteners
    • Synthetic Oil Change
    • Professional Installation
    • Custom Dyno Tune – Factory Flex Fuel
    • 10 Gal of Ignite E85
    Add FatFab Coolant Tank for $349
     
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    Lol yeah, that would be the one
     
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    I think Fathouse installs a full fuel system that is on demand flex capable but yes it is quite expensive.
     
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    Says factory
    Says factory flex fuel tune, so not sure. That price is CRAZY. I love their work, but damn!
     
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