I didn't look at the logs. Is the req fuel now about 30% bigger than the gasoline tune? Are your injectors larger? Duty cycle ok? The tables will change and lean out a bit on some areas and rich in some areas. The spark advance will need to be advanced. E85 loves spark advance. Cold starting will need more fuel. Tons more fuel below about 50 degrees F. Epic levels of fuel below 30 F.
I have a 1600cc engine with 1200cc injectors. It runs around 3.1 req_fuel and makes high vacuum areas of the map a pita. Gasoline was about a 2.2 req_fuel
The required fuel is currently 5.8, when it was previously 3.8. So, it's not quite 30% (25%) than the gasoline tune. I'm running the same injectors, which are 1000CC's. After the switch from gasoline to E85, it started up immediately and I did add some cold starting fuel to help that out. My starting and idling is great. I'm still wondering why I needed to double my VE table, in addition to increasing the req fuel
I'm going to go back to the gasoline VE table and up the required fuel in a bit and see what it does. As far as the duty cycle... I have to admit that I'm not sure what I'm looking at and why it's important. I'll read up on that.
I'm beginning to wonder if my fuel pump (Walbro 255 high pressure) didn't take a crap or pick up crap after the switch over, though I can monitor my fuel pressure and it rises with boost as it should. I could generally hear the pump through the exhaust (2.3 Ford Turbo) and now I can barely hear it singing!