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2003 harley davidson f150 e85 fuel

I was wondering if there is a way to convert my truck to use e85 fuel or will it screw up my motor.........nobody around here know if it's possible
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anything is possible, but you would need new fuel lines and a tank and probably injectors and a different tune it would cost more then it would be worth
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thanks man....reason im askin is a friend of mine has a evo 9 nd he bought his converted already to e85 and 105 octane on his car is crazy fast thanks i'm gonna keep looking for ways to convert it keep ya posted man
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you can run 105 octane through your truck they are two different types of fuel
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