Originally Posted by mah77
So you can set it to inject at a pre-designated boost?
You have any more pics of where/how you installed you jets?
What about the cons I've heard about? i.e. Increased cylinder pressure, valve stem erosion, rust, etc
The stage 2, is boost activated. It has 2 adjustable settings. The first setting is for the pump to turn on half pump psi at what ever low boost you want (ex: I set mine to come on at 15psi of boost) Then the high setting is set to have the pump come on at full pump psi when you set it (ex: my high psi is set at 25psi of boost). When my boost hits 25psi the pump is pushing out at 150psi. Snow gives you different injector nozzle tips to match your motor HP output. So if your running a all stock motor, your gonna use the smaller nozzles, a mild modded motor is gonna use one small nozzle and one large nozzle, a heavy modded motor will use the 2 larger nozzle injectors. In the instruction manual it gives you the HP level and which nozzles to use.
The original nozzles are your basic 1/4" push to connect hose to a 1/4npt thread that they drilled and tapped the ID to a 1/8npt for the injector nozzles. The issue I had was the push to connect cracked at the 90*. Snow wanted $80 to replace the push to connect with injector, so I made my own using a 1/4" compression hose fitting, to a 1/4npt and drilled and tapped for the 1/8npt injector nozzle.
The Stage 3 MPG can activate by boost or EGT, it has 3 injectors, the smallest injector comes on at 2psi to gain MPG while driving. The other 2 injectors come on at what ever lo/hi settings you give it.
I've read the cons on W/M, and know that if I wanna play, I'm gonna pay. I've had it on my truck for 3yrs without motor issues, but I'm studded. I also don't use it everyday, only when I tow or feel like playing.