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Old 05-25-2010, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ask your water meth questions here.

I am here to help. Got a question ask it. If its good i will add it to our faq.

Some common questions about water methanol injection can be found here. Devilsown water injection FAQ

Here is another good source of information. Devilsown Methanol Alcohol Water Injection

Where to mount your nozzle? What size nozzle to run?

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Old 05-25-2010, 01:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What's the difference between Water Meth and say.... Nitro? Is one friendlier to the engine than the other and which one will typically give more hp? I'll admit I've heard very little about meth compared to nitro, so I'm curious as to why you would want one over the other.
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Old 05-25-2010, 11:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nitro methane and methanol are way different. Methanol is very common, and pretty easy to get. windshield washer fluid, heat etc have methanol in it. Nitro can be pretty hard to come by. Its can be very nasty to deal with. You have to mix nitro down to run it threw a motor. usually around 5% to run it threw our syste I am not a big fan of it. To easy to mix wrong and tear stuff up.

I honesty have not seen many people talk about it.
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are there any benefits for N/A cars?
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are there any benefits for N/A cars?
My friend gained exactly are you ready 0 hp and 0 tq N/A
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honesty the hp gains are really to be found on something that has high temps for our kit to reduct it. Na applications usually don't have thermal issues like forced induction apps.
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Old 06-11-2010, 02:27 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Here to Help!!

I just want to let everyone know i am here to answer all your water methanol injection questions. This really helps make more power on forced induction applications.

Benefits Of Water-Methanol Injection:

* Increase horsepower safely by 10-15%
* Lower air temperatures by 50-200+ degrees
* Increases octane when you need it under boost.
* Reduces cylinder temperatures up to 300+ degrees
* No wear issues only clean combustion chambers
* Allows you to safely run more boost and timing
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biggest problem i see right now is that there are only a few members with FI bimmers, and those that truly want to boost can't afford to thans to the current economy.

Not trying to discourage you in any way shape or form, it's just how i see things. If i had the opportunity i would have boosted my e30 in a heartbeat.
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biggest problem i see right now is that there are only a few members with FI bimmers, and those that truly want to boost can't afford to thans to the current economy.

Not trying to discourage you in any way shape or form, it's just how i see things. If i had the opportunity i would have boosted my e30 in a heartbeat.
I know there are quite afew new model bmw people can buy that come with turbos. I know there may not be many on here. I know this will not be a very busy forum for me sales wise. I am just hoping to help people out so they get to know me.
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Well it's nice to have a SV that's willing to put some time on the boards. If I ever have a need for your product I know who to contact.
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Anyone have any questions i can help with these work really well on these cars.
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Hey guys!!! I'm still here is anyone has any questions..
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I have a twin turbo v6 Audi ( still have the BMW) would this kit be beneficial for me now?
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Yea it will make a pretty big difference. Anytime you cool the inlet air temps down for ever 10 deg you cool your inlet air temps down you will gain 1% extra power

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