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water/meth kit???

Hey guys, I am getting ready to purchase a water/meth kit for my truck and was wondering which one everyone likes.. I am kinda torn between the snow performance and the painless performance kits... any help would be awesome
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Well, I have been selling the DevilsOwn kits for quite some time. I will be installing one on my '05 6.0 during the next couple weeks. Chance builds some great units and actually supplied Snow and a few other companies with his nozzles.

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i would go with the stage 3 snow max mileage.

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Ive heard good things about the coolingmist. snow makes a good one too. just be really careful not to run too much meth. I would stay away from it if you don have studs. Also, personally I wouldnt recommend it as a performance addition. meth has a tendency to blow headgaskets on 6.0s. If I decide to go that route on my truck ill only run water for the cooling and no meth. Also heard of people melitng pistons from too much meth in a mixture. If you run the blue (-20) washer fluid you should be OK, it is about 20% meth I believe. just never more than 50/50 mixture and I would never really suggest more than 25 % meth for everyday use. Also be sure your tuner knows your running water meth if your running SCT.

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Hmm Boom is all I can say. 6.0 arent friendly with that if you dont have it right.

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