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What size of nozzles?

I have a cooling mist water meth. injection kit and i was wonder what sizes of nozzles you think I should run. I want to be able to run one nozzle aroun 8-10 lbs of boost to control my EGT's while cruising and towing but then i want the most hp out of my kit at around 15lbs . I think i can run two seperate boost contollers to turn each nozzle on at seperate psi, any sort of help or comments would be greatly appreciated.
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I have two Snows 675ml injectors on mine with exactly what your set up is... 8 psi start and full on at 15... But I think the Cooling mist kit is set up with GPH injectors... Just start big and if it kills the flame then back off a bit...

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I did the conversions and i think that 675ml is aprox. 10.7 GPH. So if I run an 8GPH and a 12GPH I will be running 1.4 GPH less than you. I know your have more horses than I do, so will that work or will that still be too much?
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Try it and see what happens, change it up if not...

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How will I know if it is too much?
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You will start bucking and kill the flame... I was running the same set up on the water inj before the fuel injectors too... you should be fine...

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