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Old 07-09-2012, 03:27 PM
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Ok I'm going to be buyin one but I see alot of these kit don't come with a brain. What mean is I want a kit that has PCM or control box that measures Baro and temp then ads the proper dose of fluid. Is there such a kit. I have worked on trucks that have had this and the pistons, intake, and valves where spotless it's a win win all around.
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I have never heard of a kit that has a controller that measures that...i don't think there's one out there. Only controllers there are out there that company's have is some sort of boost controller. Where injection starts based on either a preset boost setting or an egt setting.
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You can get a coolingmist kit that injects based on boost and egt's
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:15 PM
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Yes the cooling mist can be triggered on boost and any other 5v source you want to add as a trigger. AIS also allows you to trigger from any 5v source. I like that cooling mist has controllers that will fit into a standard 2 1/16" gauge pod so it makes a real clean install.

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You can get a coolingmist kit that injects based on boost and egt's
Can I bother you for a link?
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:42 PM
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anyone ever used either of those two? got any reviews on them? read through the ais one and the cooling mist stage 3 sounds like a way better kit, although the 15 gallon tank must be handy. heard anything about snowperformance?
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Snow is well known. I currently have a cooling mist setup not on the truck. Bought it for my road racer. Very nice system. I really like the cooling mist setup.
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