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I am running an Electromotive TEC3 and I have the ability to fire phased injectors. I have the first set of injectors for my normal fuel, and can have the second set of injectors come in whenever I need, and can tune them the same way I would tune my primary fuel maps.
My question is, what if I were to get much larger injectors for the alcohol injectors (a/b 2x the size of my fuel injectors) and make their fuel map come on and begin to take over the fueling at xxx kPa, while turning the pulsewidth on my fuel injectors, have the engine run on more methanol than gasoline? Would the engine have the knock resistance (and slightly higher power output) of the methanol, with the lubricating qualities of gasoline, or would I not realize any benefits of doing it this way?
I was planning on running about 12psi on the street with only the gasoline injectors, and having the methanol injectors be "full blast," basically taking over, but around 20psi. Would it be detrimental to still spray the fuel as well? I wouldn't run the engine on methanol often, and as soon as i dropped below a given manifold pressure, the gasoline would take over (ie: letting off the gas at the end of a run).
What do you guys think?