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01-08-2013 06:33 PM
1turbofocus I would also do a 50/50 mix as meth will absorb heat at a higher rate , do not tune for it tho just spray it and let it go the jrsc with the bbk gets such high EGT that it will make things safer
On a side note you will need to spray this after the TB or you will kill the TPS every time you spray

01-08-2013 11:54 AM
rotarypwr Were you planning on strait water or a water meth mixture? If you add any meth you need to watch your tune. Meth will add power and change air/fuel ratio. Just water requires no tune and lowers ait and egt. My daily gets a water squirt preturbo and loves it. My drag car is 50/50 and has one injector pre-turbo and two post turbo. I am a firm believer in every forced inducted car should take advantage of this cheap safety blanket.
12-26-2012 09:44 PM
PSUrivie It may give u a little more up, but it'll def lower your IATs to protect against detonation
12-25-2012 10:43 PM
Boo5ted I was gonna use it for hear protection but in hand free up some ponies
12-25-2012 08:31 PM
disciplerocks I would use it more for heat and protecting your motor than actual hp gains.
12-25-2012 08:17 PM
Water injection

Ok I'm about to install a Jackson racing supercharger with the big boost kit and I have a water injection kit from my other car that I took off. Has any of you guys used meth injection on a jrsc setup on a svt and what gains are you guys seeing.

I know I'm gonna get cooler intake temps and in theory more hp. But just checking to see if and other member has done this!


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