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Old 04-13-2009, 05:30 PM
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Water/Meth Question

I know snow performance makes a great product for water/meth injection, but is it necessary to use an engineered product for this. I have seen home made versions on just about everything with a motor. I know that the engineered products use boost reference to start the injection. But is it possible to use something as simple as a windshield washer pump and reservoir to inject the mixture. (What kind of pressure is the snow unit spray) Do the snow units have specific jetting or is it just a nozzle that sprays? Is there any reason I can't activate it my self with a toggle switch? Any tips would be great. I don't want to attemmpt this without at least knowing if it is possible to do.
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Old 04-13-2009, 05:37 PM
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i really cant answer yur question 100% but the snow kits inject based on egts and boost and its not a constant flow all the time and as the 2 readings climb so does the injection precentage if im reading right you looking to be either injecting or not , the only way i could see soing what yur talking about doin is with a variable resistor as a knob
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Old 04-13-2009, 06:22 PM
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Well I don't do a lot of towing so I would only want it for making a run down the drag strip or when playing from light to light. Is there any reason I couldn't just click it on maybe when the truck hits second gear on a full throttle run, just for the extra kick and HP.
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You need nitrous
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Old 04-13-2009, 06:38 PM
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I found this.. Making a kit seems very easy. I may give it a try seeing as it can be done on the cheap side.

Water Injection
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