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Old 07-31-2007, 04:44 PM
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Water inj. is the best mod ever!!!

I finished my coolingmist kit this morning, and hauled with it this afternoon. It wasn't a big load, but was still significant. The water is awesome. Going up a grade, wot, 70mph, in a performance tune, it never got over 1150 degrees. It would normally have been 1400+. I'm using the washer reservoir, and it lasted about 150 miles. Anyone know how big it is? I'm going to put a tank in my toolbox, but can't find one. I went to tractor supply, and they didn't have anything small enough. I need one about 10gal. Any suggestions? I'll try and get some pics tommarrow. I highly suggest this for anyone who tows alot.
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Old 07-31-2007, 04:54 PM
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i would say go to snowperformance to get a 8 or 10 gal. tank
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Old 07-31-2007, 04:55 PM
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you know those fresh water jugs that you can get to take camping? you turn them on the side, and they have a valve on them to pour the water out? would that work? i think its like 5 gallons or so. would that work??? just like a makeshift reservoir until you can get what you are looking for. may be a possibility!
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I'm hoping I can find something local, so I don't have to wait.
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what about a boat fuel cell?
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Old 07-31-2007, 04:59 PM
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one of these days when I get one I will put it in a tool box for no one can see it
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diesel performance plus has a 8 gallon tank with mounting brackets, its made by snow. how do you run all of that and still have the stock clutch, i'm jealous.
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Old 07-31-2007, 05:01 PM
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well for now I have the stock clutch and no slipping at all
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My clutch is fairly new, about 50K, but it is stock.

I bought one of those 5 gal fresh water tanks at academy today. I'm gonna try it tommarrow. I'm going to drill a small hole in the bottom of it, and put a rubber grommet in there. Maybe it will seal enough with just the hose in it, if not, I'll get a threaded hose barb, and nut, and stick it through the grommet, and tighten it to compress the grommet. Hopefully that will work.

The fuel cell is a good idea. Any boat dealer should have something
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where do u plan on putting this fuel cell?
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