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Old 11-27-2012, 06:05 PM
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Water/meth ???

I have been thinking about doing a water meth injection system. What are the pros and cons do's dont's? I seem to read nothing but good things about w/m injection but it seems few people run it. The benefits you recieve from it vs the low cost of it it seems maybe more people would have it. Any helpful info or thoughts would be appreciated. Oh ya i have been looking at the coolmist kit.
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:09 PM
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I'm interested as well. I've been comtemplating meth for a long time but decided to save up for a MAD Stage 2 turbo and some 190cc injectors
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one more thing would i have to get my custom tunes rewritten?
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Here you go, have a good read, then if you have any questions, just ask.

water meth injection


No you don't need your tunes rewritten.


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Old 11-27-2012, 06:14 PM
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I am also interested about this. I want to get the new Snow Performance kit
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:33 PM
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Thanks lilpooh. Anyone notice an increase in mpg?
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I think strokin6L (chris?) Posted a video recently, possibly in the 'no limit cac' thread, ill see if i can find it, of his system working, neat to see it actually drop the egt's a couple hundred degrees.

The link posted above is a good one, I read through it not too long ago when I was reading up on w/m inj. You wouldnt want to be blazing into a parkin lot or into your drive way and go right from running 20 lbs of boost to shut down in a really short period of time, there's the chance that not all the liquid vapor would have been worked out yet, and could cause damage (hydrolock being a fear a guess, though I doubt it would) or by the corrosive meth sitting on the raw engine parts for extended periods of time. I don't think I've heard of that being a problem for anyone.

Basically there's a boost controller that starts injecting at a certain psi of boost, and and reaches full injection at a higher boost level. People use 'blue water' or the windshield easher fluid, the link describes in greater detail what kind and all. Just a synopsis, a regurgitation of info I've mooched off other helpful members here. I'll be going with the snow st.2 kit before too long.
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:36 AM
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I have an EX. Where would the tank mount on one of those ?
Or should should I not even bother ?
I could just throw a bunch of stickers on there and ...poof 550hp.
If the egts start getting out of hand I can just throw a coolmist or snow sticker on there to help.


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Old 11-28-2012, 04:30 AM
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No adding the stickers only works on rice burners

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been running snow's stage II kit for over 6 years....works flawlessly. Here's a vid of mine in action for ya
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