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    water injection

    do u think it will me a good investment on my 86 s/c t2

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    Re: water injection

    It works very well to get that extra bit of boost without having to pull to much timing. I have my car set up to use a two stage system this summer. A small jet for when boost just starts (1 - 8 psi) then the big jet kicks in after that. I have a third jet installed in cse I need more water. If you're not running a intercooler (using log) then it works very well. I disconnected the knock sensor on my old log setup (noisy top end was giving false triggers) and then ran water pump and mcmaster carr nozzle and a pressure switch like a fifth injector setup. Doing this made the car so much faster. I believe the Lm was pulling a ton of timing before.

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    Re: water injection

    Quote Originally Posted by 87turbodance
    It works very well to get that extra bit of boost without having to pull to much timing. I have my car set up to use a two stage system this summer. A small jet for when boost just starts (1 - 8 psi) then the big jet kicks in after that. I have a third jet installed in cse I need more water. If you're not running a intercooler (using log) then it works very well. I disconnected the knock sensor on my old log setup (noisy top end was giving false triggers) and then ran water pump and mcmaster carr nozzle and a pressure switch like a fifth injector setup. Doing this made the car so much faster. I believe the Lm was pulling a ton of timing before.

    Do you have any pics of your setup?

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    Re: water injection

    i was just going to post a topic on this. i was reading MM&FF magazine at work yesterday because i read all the other magazines already, and i came across an article on methonal/water injection on boosted applications. it seemed like a reletivily easy setup and inexpensive, as well. they produced some really good results. i guess i don't see any reason it wouldn't work well on a turbo dodge. oh, i don't know how true this is, but the magazine claimed their mustang saw a 67 HP increase using the setup.

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    Re: water injection

    Quote Originally Posted by 86shelby15psi
    do u think it will me a good investment on my 86 s/c t2
    That really works. I gained 24hp and 55lbs/ft(dyno tested) advancing timming and raising boost with no knock.

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    Re: water injection

    Check this out:
    http://members.cox.net/stevemonroe/AlcoholInjMod.html

    I may try it down the road.
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    Re: water injection

    Quote Originally Posted by GLHS592
    Check this out:
    http://members.cox.net/stevemonroe/AlcoholInjMod.html

    I may try it down the road.
    Thanks for the link.

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