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Old 08-05-2007, 11:09 PM
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Hello All. I'm a new member. I have a 2000 F-350 SD PowerStroke with a SuperChip and tow a 36ft 5th wheel. I have been thinking of installing a methanol injection system? Any one out there have any real world expereance with these systems. I've looked at the following web sites. www.coolingmist.com www.snowperformace.net www.alcohol-injection.com and www. methanolinjection.net. Any and all info would be a great help. Thanks.
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Old 08-05-2007, 11:12 PM
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Hello All. I'm a new member. I have a 2000 F-350 SD PowerStroke with a SuperChip and tow a 36ft 5th wheel. I have been thinking of installing a methanol injection system? Any one out there have any real world expereance with these systems. I've looked at the following web sites. www.coolingmist.com snowperformace.net DevilsOwn water alcohol methanol injection and www. methanolinjection.net. Any and all info would be a great help. Thanks.
their are more than a few people running the snowperformance kit....its one of the best

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Old 08-05-2007, 11:14 PM
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I dont personaly have a system but I have never head any thing bad about them 50/50 mix is suposed to be good for about 70hp and 2-300 degree drop in egt's snows injection seems to be a popular kit. you didnt specify but your truck would see a big improvement in lower egt's, HP, Tq, Milage and performance with a 4 inch turbo back exhaust and cold air intake if you dont already have those.
good luck with the modding and welcome to the org.
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i would go with the snow
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im runnin the snow stage 3 kit and love it, it drops the egts about 200 degrees and makes it run like a scalded dog
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Old 08-06-2007, 09:03 AM
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I would go with anything BUT Snows performance...

The cooling mist system has better parts (ie NOT plastic everything...) better pumps, better looking control system and better warranty service...

I had nothing but trouble with the snows kit... Works, but try getting parts later...

www.coolingmist.com is whats going in the wifes X
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Depends on the local market- but even though CPIPSD said go with coolmist, my local guys had issues on the dealer level a while back and had went with snow... I told them to look into it again, but they are still pushing the other. I don't think that you would go wrong with either, just take your time and then enjoy it!!!
I pull a 24' with a car and accessories so a stage 2 will be dropped in with a 12 gal tank in the bed... They liked my idea and may make a skid unit at the shop to drop in and save themselves time in the future!
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