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meth injection nozzle question

i am making my own meth injection to put in my truck im hooking it up to a temp sensor to have it go off at 1100 degrees does anyone know what size nozzles i should use and the best place to get them. i searched a bunch of sites and found nozzels just not sure what size to go with. is there a chart somewhere that gives you hp numbers for a certin tip size? thanks yall
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You could try this guys site out or maybe even this one

DIY Alcohol Injection System

Do It Yourself Water Alcohol Methanol Injection | Parts List

I was thinking about building a setup that could be upgraded as you did more drivetrain mods and ran accross these sites that seem to use some descent quality parts...instead of the old standby windshield washer pump.

By the way, does anyone know what the low and high end are for exhaust temps on the 6.4's?
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I run 2 of the 625ml nozzles in the Snow Performance kit on my 6.4L
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Does the snow kit work by temp or by turbo pressure. When it starts injecting, is it due to the EGT's or the turbo pressure...just wondering if you can adjust that kit?
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They work both ways if you get a Stage 3. Here are some options for the 6.4's........

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Does the snow kit work by temp or by turbo pressure. When it starts injecting, is it due to the EGT's or the turbo pressure...just wondering if you can adjust that kit?
To elaborate a bit more, the Stage 3 works either way. If you are using it for racing set it up for boost and tune it to where the truck misses at half throttle. On the latest Stage 3 controller there are multiple pre-sets that you can change your whole mapping by the push of a button which is very very cool!
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I would like to also like to build my on
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after looking at all the parts and everything i suggest just buying a kit. its about the same price.
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Yep, i was thinking the kit might be the way to go....seems to be all there, ready to go and tested compared to the home brew system.
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