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Old 12-07-2011, 08:48 PM   #11
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Here is where the meth line attaches to the mainfold.

Here is where I mounted the pump. Its a little tight haha

And here is where I mounted the reservoir.

Hope this helps you out!
Thank you very much Ryan~
Helping me a lot!
btw,Ryan have you had using this on your car?working fine?
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Old 12-07-2011, 11:56 PM   #12
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Been using it for a month or 2. You can really tell when its warm out that it makes a difference. Works great. Only thing is my meth line going into the pump comes lose and leaks sometimes but that's about it. I love it so far. Hopefully I can find time to finish tuning it to get the most out of it. Install was super easy also
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Old 12-08-2011, 01:52 AM   #13
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Been using it for a month or 2. You can really tell when its warm out that it makes a difference. Works great. Only thing is my meth line going into the pump comes lose and leaks sometimes but that's about it. I love it so far. Hopefully I can find time to finish tuning it to get the most out of it. Install was super easy also
Sorry Ryan
What PSI did you start spary?
I know 10PSI spary all the way right?
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Old 12-08-2011, 04:42 AM   #14
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About 4-5 to start and 8 spraying all the way.
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:36 PM   #15
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Question After or before confuse again?

Although everyone talking about nozzle should be after blower
but I checked Snow performance website FAQ
It came up with this~
ē Positive Displacement Supercharger: Roots style (B&M, Eaton, Magnuson, etc.) or twin screw (Lysholm, Kenne Bell, Whipple, etc.) Mounting the nozzle before this style of blower is perfectly safe and actually provides some additional benefits. The small amount of water-methanol fluid isnít harmful to any rotor seals or surfaces or coatings, and it helps to seal the clearances and condense the air some more, resulting in a more efficient output. Additionally, it keeps the rotors and housing MUCH cooler, which reduces heat transfer to the rest of the intake and air charge.
http://www.snowperformance.net/faqs_...?type=gasoline

JRSC should be a eaton blower.
So after or before?
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I went after the blower because there was already a port for the meth jet so that's why I went after the blower. I've seen meth before and after jrsc blowers and haven't heard any horror stories. Just do what feels right haha. I've read somewhere about it screwing up the tps sensor but don't quote me on that. I also found it easier to run the line under the car into the back of the manifold. Just felt easier to put it there. Hope this makes the choice easier!
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I went after the blower because there was already a port for the meth jet so that's why I went after the blower. I've seen meth before and after jrsc blowers and haven't heard any horror stories. Just do what feels right haha. I've read somewhere about it screwing up the tps sensor but don't quote me on that. I also found it easier to run the line under the car into the back of the manifold. Just felt easier to put it there. Hope this makes the choice easier!
Thanks Ryan.Kind man you are!
Let me think about and see what location will be.pre or post......
Btw Ryan,Did you using one nozzle to the intake manifold? or more?
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If you spray the meth before the TB you will 100% kill the TPS

The 6.5 Livelink is now out have tou tried it to see if it works on your car so you can datalog ?

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Ryan, I'm installing the AEM kit into my 09. I know there is a check valve at the nozzle, but did you add another inline one anywhere for added safety? Not sure if it is necessary or not. Some people recommend it.
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If you spray the meth before the TB you will 100% kill the TPS

The 6.5 Livelink is now out have tou tried it to see if it works on your car so you can datalog ?

Tom
I was doing datalog 6.5 livelink at that time.
I will check sct livelink update.And let u know.
Thanks Tom...
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