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Old 03-11-2010, 08:16 AM   #1
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Water/Methanol Injection on JRSC setup

Would this fuel rail with schareder valve be good for the injection application?

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I'm not very familiar with the setup, so sorry if I'm way off base...


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you're off base; the water/meth doesnt go in with the fuel. It is injected separatly. It's been debated where to put the injection nozzle on a JRSC. Some say right after the Throttlebody so you can get the added effect of cooling the rotors and some say after the blower because the injection can contribute to peeling away the coating on the blower rotors.

regardless its a separate nozzle that is mounted; the JRSC has a port for an Aquamist jet (I believe this is what I've read)
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Okay, thanks for the response
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you're off base; the water/meth doesnt go in with the fuel. It is injected separatly. It's been debated where to put the injection nozzle on a JRSC. Some say right after the Throttlebody so you can get the added effect of cooling the rotors and some say after the blower because the injection can contribute to peeling away the coating on the blower rotors.

regardless its a separate nozzle that is mounted; the JRSC has a port for an Aquamist jet (I believe this is what I've read)
your on the right track. now if the injection nozzle was place in the lower manifold after the rotors. It has been said that the water molecules will take up more space than the pressurized air.
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So the JRSC DOES have an Aquamist jet port? I've heard of people using throttle body spacers for an injection port too, but that would involve the risk of damaging the rotors in the JRSC?
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So the JRSC DOES have an Aquamist jet port? I've heard of people using throttle body spacers for an injection port too, but that would involve the risk of damaging the rotors in the JRSC?
no it doesn't have one. Has a port for a boost gauge
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It has been said that the water molecules will take up more space than the pressurized air.

I thought that the water/meth atomized upon entry to the manifold?
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yes it does, but the droplets are still bigger than air molecules.
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Doesn't really matter even if the water molecules are bigger. Because you are still injecting something other than fuel and air. It's advantageous because it cools the charge before it enters the cylinder therefore allowing more boost and more power.
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Okay, so if I'm putting an injection port after the blower, where exactly is it going?
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