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Old 10-23-2013, 12:29 PM
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Devils own Water/Meth injection

I see a lot of people posting about the Snow performance Water/Meth injection. Obviously its well regarded. Has anyone used the Devils own system or have thoughts/opinions about it???

I was looking at the stage 2.
http://www.alcohol-injection.com/en/173-diesel

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I just purchased and installed a kit from Alcohol Injection Systems and REALLY like the quality of the parts especially the tank that they have. The AIS pumps also carry a lifetime warranty.
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I spoke with DO at length, i mean 2 hours about diesel ford injection nozzles on and on and on. they answered every question and even suggested i make all the mods i was going to and ensure the truck is 100% then call them back and order.

ZERO pressure. It all comes down to the controller and how much you want to F with it.

If you want to turn knobs and modify it constantly then snow with a dash kit, if not then they all do the same thing, with the same components.

I'm betting once it's setup correctly then you won't mess with it after that, just flip an upfitter switch and energize it.

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Chatham360, what kinda $ do you pay if you don't mind sharing????

Colonel Angus- so Im looking for one that pretty much takes care of itself. What kinda mods did they suggest you do first?
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Chatham360, what kinda $ do you pay if you don't mind sharing????

Colonel Angus- so Im looking for one that pretty much takes care of itself. What kinda mods did they suggest you do first?
Get my intake, madmax turbo, and tunes figured out too see if i still need it for heat reduction or want it for more HP to go over 600 hp. Kit should be good for 40 - 60 hp and i should be at 550 or more before adding meth..

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Chatham360, what kinda $ do you pay if you don't mind sharing????

Colonel Angus- so Im looking for one that pretty much takes care of itself. What kinda mods did they suggest you do first?
$329.99 for the Stage 1 kit that I chose to use

You can like our page on Facebook (power hungry performance) and view the album for the system


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I just purchased and installed a kit from Alcohol Injection Systems and REALLY like the quality of the parts especially the tank that they have. The AIS pumps also carry a lifetime warranty.
I looked at the system and it looks like its on or off depending where you set it to come on. I didn't see where you could set the full on at any certain boost. I'll have to read up on it.
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I looked at the system and it looks like its on or off depending where you set it to come on. I didn't see where you could set the full on at any certain boost. I'll have to read up on it.
Yes, it comes on at 100% at 18 psi

There is not a progressive rate controller on this system though AIS does have an optional progressive rate controller just for that reason.


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I spoke with DO at length, i mean 2 hours about diesel ford injection nozzles on and on and on. they answered every question and even suggested i make all the mods i was going to and ensure the truck is 100% then call them back and order.

ZERO pressure. It all comes down to the controller and how much you want to F with it.

If you want to turn knobs and modify it constantly then snow with a dash kit, if not then they all do the same thing, with the same components.

I'm betting once it's setup correctly then you won't mess with it after that, just flip an upfitter switch and energize it.

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Really sounds like what I'm looking for with good customer service to boot.

I have almost everything here now to tear into my truck. Arps, new pushrods, all the updated stuff. oem oil cooler although I only have 3* to 8* deltas (have it apart so why not). Over $2000.00 already and still buying. I can't make my mind up on the MTW wicked wheel equivalent for the stock turbo or the stage 1. Also trying to decide if I should go with 155 or stock sticks. I don't care about burning up the road but want a long lasting strong truck.

I live in Maine and pull a 15,000lb fifth wheel camper to upstate NY. One hill on the Mass Pike is about 3 miles long and quite steep. One of my reasons for wanting the water/meth injection.
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