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Old 05-05-2009, 02:45 PM
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Water Methanol Upgrade

Hey guys its been a while since I was one here. I need some help I have a cooling mist water meth injection kit on my truck right now. Stage one, with a boost activated on/off switch running 2-12gph injectors. I want to upgrade this kit to get better fuel mileage. I want to be able to run one injector at really low boost that comes on progressively with boost and then switches to both more max hp. What do I need? What do you suggest?
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Hey guys its been a while since I was one here. I need some help I have a cooling mist water meth injection kit on my truck right now. Stage one, with a boost activated on/off switch running 2-12gph injectors. I want to upgrade this kit to get better fuel mileage. I want to be able to run one injector at really low boost that comes on progressively with boost and then switches to both more max hp. What do I need? What do you suggest?

Shoot a e-mail to them and tell them I sent you back. You could upgrade to there stage 3 kit with the controler (best on the market). They also have a newer controler coming out that fits in a 2" gauge pod. Have not tried it myself but...

email David at cooling mist... info@coolingmist.com
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Old 05-05-2009, 03:15 PM
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Thanks for the advice. The new gauge pod one looks pretty sweet! How much better fuel mileage have you been getting with your kit?
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Old 05-05-2009, 03:56 PM
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I could not tell you. I dont check my milage, when the gauge starts moving off full, its time to fill up again (105g tank in the bed...LOL)
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Wow that's a huge tank! I had my kit set to turn on 100% at 10psi of boost and got about 2 mpg better, than I ussually do on that same trip. At 10psi it only kicks on when I hit a grade, so I am really looking forward to seeing what I can get out of it when running it constantly.
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