You will need to use the adjustment features in the TT chip to compensate for adding e85. I used to run a 50/50 mix of e85 and 93, by adding +15% more fuel at WOT to my TT chip that was burned for 93 octane. Switching to strait e85 will likely require more fuel than the chip can add. The 36lb injectors might be a bit small as well.
Fuel perfume, damn that's for us 100 octane and leaded fuel guys when we go on dates I guess. You smell nice, thanks it's Racin Raspberry. WTH
E85 is a better smell than 100 octane or higher that's for sure. I do back to back start ups over the winter between my 2 cars and my GTO on 100 octane will kill the closest room to my garage while GN on E77 (now like E40) doesn't do much at all.
A friend of mine made " biodiesel " from cooking oil he got from a couple of burger joints . He would run it in his 3500 dually pulling a 42' trailer with his Super Gas dragster & golf cart . He said it smelled like french fries when idling !!