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Old 07-24-2008, 05:51 AM
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water-Meth. inj. on an obs

i was thinking about getting a stage II water meth inj. kit for my 97 psd. what do you guys thinks
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Old 07-24-2008, 06:48 AM
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it is a 97 psd with stage 1 injectors tw tunes built trans. exhaust, intake.
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Old 07-24-2008, 07:42 AM
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buy a nitrous kit. I have a snow stage 3 kit on there now and i also now have the nitrous stacker kit with the progressive controller. with the meth you can only do so much with it. and you run the risk on hurting alot of internal parts. the nitrous is 100 times safer, too much spray and the worst thats gonna happen is, its gonna stall. price vs. price the meth may seem cheaper, well at least to fill it. but the snow stage 3 kit is a few hundred dollars more expensive then a simple nitrous kit. thats my 2 cents.
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i considered nitrous instead of water-meth. the nitrous is will get pricey if i was going to use it more the once a month, i mean blue washer fluid is $.94 a gallon so thats no big deal, thank you for the input evan
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good luck hope it work out for u
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Why do you want it? What purpose is this for? ....IE for towing to cool temps or for racing to get pure performance?
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Old 07-24-2008, 02:40 PM
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i was looking in to the water meth. inj. for the more power for racing
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Old 07-25-2008, 04:42 AM
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not a problem man. like i said, i have both but when it comes down to it i wish i spent my money on the spray first. yes it may be more money to fill it. but when it comes to power. the meth isnt anything special. you wont feel it kick in like nitrous. and put it this way, blue washer fluid is for cleaning bugs and dirt off your windshield, can you imagine what it does to your motor? not a bad way to burn a hole in your piston. with the nitrous all your gonna do is put out the flame, stall the motor. its your truck and you call either way. I just figured since ive been there with both products i would give my 2 cents in the matter. if your gonna race the truck, either on the track or the street then nitrous isnt too costly. you can get about a night outta the bottle. I dont play around on the streets. so for me to fill the bottle and shave some serious time off my 1/4 time its worth it. Look into both first and then make your decision, look into the snow stage 3 with the controller, very easy to use and works great. hope everything works out for you!
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