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Methanol injection seems to be a relative mystery to most diesel owners, but the professionals at Snow Performance have solved it for us. Snow Performance stands out as a leader in Methanol injection because their trained, knowledgeable technicians have more data and hands-on experience with diesel and gasoline applications than anyone. Each system has been designed and tested by engineers to ensure reliability and robustness. They incorporate quality as well as know-how into every unit. As an authorized dealer for Snow Performance, the XDP sales staff would be happy to consult with you on any of their products.
Snow Performance 1/8" Mounting Bung 1771 1.00 Snow Performance 1/8" Mounting Bung
$ 25.25
The Snow Performance Nozzle Mounting Bung is a weldable threaded bung that make installing your injector nozzle easier when using thin-walled intake tubing. Simply drill a hole in your intake tube and weld in the bung. Your nozzle then has a strong threaded connection that can be used with confidence. The Nozzle Mounting Bung can also be used in many other applications such as mounting a nitrous nozzle, or even a boost gauge hookup. Available in steel or aluminum to work with your aluminum or steel intercooler pipes or intake system. Features: 1/8" NPT Threads Easy Mounting For Custom Installations Works With Nitrous Nozzles, Boost Ports and More!
Snow Performance 400 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26380 8.00 Snow Performance 400 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 673.68
The Snow Performance 400 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 1998.5-2007 Dodge 5.9L Cummins provides you with horsepower, torque and lower EGT's. The POWER-MAX system comes equipped with the boost referenced VC-50 controller and has the ability to progressively command 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles independently of one another. This sophisticated injection strategy yields a dyno proven 65+HP and 200-300 degree drop in EGTs! The VC-50 comes with a dual 7 color LED screen and displays boost, percentage of injection, low level, and 2 fault modes (clogged line/unplugged line) directly on the screen. Utilizing a truck specific Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI) no drilling is required of the intake piping and allows the location of 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles right where you need it. If you are looking for the most advanced, high quality, U.S.A made water-methanol injection system tailored to your Diesel Truck than look no further than the Snow Performance POWER-MAX. Features: Lower Exhaust Gas Temperatures Increased Horsepower Increased Torque Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line 3 ft (Black) Wire Loom Terminated 2 1/16 Gauge Style Meth Controller Wire Harness Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid Diesel Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only) 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 40008 Boost Juice 1770 35.00 Snow Performance 40008 Boost Juice
$ 29.47
The Snow Performance 40008 Boost Juice is Snow Performance's proprietary mix of 49% methanol and 51% water. It is made in a controlled environment with special care to make sure the ratios are accurate to result in a high performance water-methanol fluid formulated for use in the Boost Cooler water-methanol injection systems. If Boost Juice is used exclusively in the Boost Cooler kit, Snow Performance offers a free lifetime warranty. Features: 49% Methanol, 51% Water High Performance Water-Meth Mixture Sold As (4) 1-Gallon Bottles Note: Boost Juice can only be shipped ground, and it CAN NOT be shipped outside of the continental U.S.
Snow Performance 40014 2.5 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir 2190 10.00 Snow Performance 40014 2.5 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir
$ 113.68
The Snow Performance 40014 2.5 Gallon Reservoir gives much more range than the included 3 qt tanks, and is fairly small in size 13l x 9.5h x 7.5w (similar to a very small car battery) and includes mounting straps, an additional 15 feet of tubing and all fittings required. Features: 2.5 Gallon Reservoir 13L x 9.5H x 7.5W Includes Required Hardware Note: This kit contains a Solenoid Upgrade (#40060) which should be used in any application that utilizes a rear mounted reservoir.
Snow Performance 40015 10-Gallon Tool Box Style Bed Mount Reservoir 26381 7.00 Snow Performance 40015 10-Gallon Tool Box Style Bed Mount Reservoir
$ 168.41
The Snow Performance 40015 10-Gallon Tool Box Style Bed Mount Reservoir for your Snow Performance Water-Methanol Injection System provides you with an easy to use reservoir that provides you plenty of fluid without taking up a lot of bed space like the square reservoirs. Snow Performance is the only water-methanol injection company to go the extra mile and create a custom molded reservoir for all truck owners. The 10 Gallon Tool Box Style Bed Mount Reservoir mounts directly to the bed frame rail and is engineered to sit in the void space above the wheel well in any pick-up. Equipped with a POWER Solenoid Upgrade, stainless steel straps, screen fitting, and 1/4" High Temp Nylon Tubing, the 10 gallon reservoir will clean up your truck bed and safely allow you to carry 10 gallons of water-methanol on the street or while towing. Features: 10 Gallon Capacity Uses Minimal Bed Space Upgrade Includes: 10 Gallon Reservoir (2) Stainless Steel Straps 3/8NPT-1/8NPT Screen Fitting 20 Feet 1/4" High Temp Nylon Tubing (1) POWER Solenoid Upgrade Required Hardware Needed for Installation Comprehensive Instructions Snow Performance 90 Day Parts Warranty
Snow Performance 40016 7 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir 2050 10.00 Snow Performance 40016 7 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir
$ 126.31
The Snow Performance 40016 Reservoir holds a full 7 Gallons of water-methanol for for your Boost Cooler, MPG Max or Tow-Max Water-Methanol Injection System. This tank is also perfect for those looking to build their own custom Water-Methanol Injection System. This 7 gallon tank offers a large offers a larger fluid capacity but in a nice, compact design. The tank tucks up nicely against the side of your truck bed limiting the amount of bed space used. Features: 7-Gallon Capacity Compact Design Uses Minimal Bed Space Dimensions: 15"L x 17"H x 9"W Includes: Pre-bent aluminum straps, fitting, 10 feet of tubing, and a Solenoid Upgrade.
Snow Performance 40017 35 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir 26382 81.00 Snow Performance 40017 35 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir
$ 768.99
The Snow Performance 40017 35 Gallon Water-Methanol Reservoir allows you to store 35 gallons of water-methanol in your class 7-8 or heavy-duty application. This poly reservoir is designed to go 500-600 miles with a fully loaded truck! Completed with mounting brackets for side frame or frame top mounting and all hardware, fittings and tubing needed for installation. Features: 35 Gallon Capacity Includes Hardware, Fittings and Tubing Side Frame Or Frame Top Mounting
Snow Performance 40035 Low Level Indicator 2051 1.00 Snow Performance 40035 Low Level Indicator
$ 16.83
The Snow Performance 40035 Low Level Indicator is a float switch and indicator light that lets you know when your reservoir is running low on fluid. Simple to install and wire in any reservoir. #40030 comes mounted in which ever reservoir is purchased. If a kit is upgraded with a 7 Quart Reservoir, the level switch will be mounted in it. #40035 is unmounted and can be added to any plastic reservoir including factory windshield washer fluid tanks.
Snow Performance 40060 Solenoid Upgrade 2191 1.00 Snow Performance 40060 Solenoid Upgrade
$ 50.52
The Snow Performance 40060 Shut off solenoid is used when mounting the injection nozzle lower than the reservoir or if the reservoir is rear-mounted to prevent gravity flowing. It is also used to prevent siphoning when the injection nozzle is mounted after the throttle body or carburetor and is exposed to vacuum.
Snow Performance 40080 Bulkhead Fitting 1772 1.00 Snow Performance 40080 Bulkhead Fitting
$ 17.99
The Snow Performance 40080 Bulkhead Fitting is a metal bulkhead fitting that allows a safe pass through on a firewall or in a reservoir (like a factory washer fluid tank) with quick connects on both sides. Threaded body can be tightened down with nuts on both sides, or in plastic tanks can be threaded in with methanol resistant (GOOP brand recommended) sealant for a leak-free installation.
Snow Performance 40110 Nozzle Mounting Adapter 1773 1.00 Snow Performance 40110 Nozzle Mounting Adapter
$ 25.25
The Snow Performance 40110 Nozzle Mounting Adapter supplies you with a way to mount your injector nozzle into your silicone or rubber intake tube? Snow Performance now offers a Nozzle Mounting Adapter for those without metal intake tubes. Made from Delrin, the adapter is methanol resistant and highly durable. Installation is easy: simply drill a 3/4" hole using a spade bit, insert the inner adapter piece, and thread on the outer adapter nut.
Snow Performance 410 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26388 8.00 Snow Performance 410 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
1 5 1
$ 673.68
The Snow Performance 410 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 2007.5-2018 6.7L Cummins provides your Dodge Ram with horsepower, torque and lower EGT's. The POWER-MAX system comes equipped with the boost referenced VC-50 controller and has the ability to progressively command 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles independently of one another. This sophisticated injection strategy yields a dyno proven 65+HP and 200-300 degree drop in EGTs! The VC-50 comes with a dual 7 color LED screen and displays boost, percentage of injection, low level, and 2 fault modes (clogged line/unplugged line) directly on the screen. Utilizing a truck specific Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI) no drilling is required of the intake piping and allows the location of 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles right where you need it. If you are looking for the most advanced, high quality, U.S.A made water-methanol injection system tailored to your Diesel Truck than look no further than the Snow Performance POWER-MAX. Features: Lower Exhaust Gas Temperatures Increased Horsepower Increased Torque Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line 3 ft (Black) Wire Loom Terminated 2 1/16 Gauge Style Meth Controller Universal 2 1/16 Gauge Pod Wire Harness Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid Diesel Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only) 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 420 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26389 8.00 Snow Performance 420 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 673.68
The Snow Performance 420 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 1999-2018 Ford 7.3L, 6.0L, 6.4L, and 6.7L Powerstroke provides you with horsepower, torque and lower EGT's. The POWER-MAX system comes equipped with the boost referenced VC-50 controller and has the ability to progressively command 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles independently of one another. This sophisticated injection strategy yields a dyno proven 65+HP and 200-300 degree drop in EGTs! The VC-50 comes with a dual 7 color LED screen and displays boost, percentage of injection, low level, and 2 fault modes (clogged line/unplugged line) directly on the screen. If you are looking for the most advanced, high quality, U.S.A made water-methanol injection system tailored to your Diesel Truck than look no further than the Snow Performance POWER-MAX. Features: Lower Exhaust Gas Temperatures Increased Horsepower Increased Torque Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line 3 ft (Black) Wire Loom Terminated 2 1/16 Gauge Style Meth Controller Universal 2 1/16 Gauge Pod Wire Harness Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 430 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26390 8.00 Snow Performance 430 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 673.68
The Snow Performance 430 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 2001-2018 GM 6.6L Duramax provides you with horsepower, torque and lower EGT's. The POWER-MAX system comes equipped with the boost referenced VC-50 controller and has the ability to progressively command 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles independently of one another. This sophisticated injection strategy yields a dyno proven 65+HP and 200-300 degree drop in EGTs! The VC-50 comes with a dual 7 color LED screen and displays boost, percentage of injection, low level, and 2 fault modes (clogged line/unplugged line) directly on the screen. Utilizing a truck specific Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI) no drilling is required of the intake piping and allows the location of 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles right where you need it. If you are looking for the most advanced, high quality, U.S.A made water-methanol injection system tailored to your Diesel Truck than look no further than the Snow Performance POWER-MAX. Features: Lower Exhaust Gas Temperatures Increased Horsepower Increased Torque Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line 3 ft (Black) Wire Loom Terminated 2 1/16 Gauge Style Meth Controller Universal 2 1/16 Gauge Pod Wire Harness Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid Diesel Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only) 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 450 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26387 8.00 Snow Performance 450 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 673.68
The Snow Performance 450 POWER-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System provides you with horsepower, torque and lower EGT's. The POWER-MAX system comes equipped with the boost referenced VC-50 controller and has the ability to progressively command 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles independently of one another. This sophisticated injection strategy yields a dyno proven 65+HP and 200-300 degree drop in EGTs!The VC-50 comes with a dual 7 color LED screen and displays boost, percentage of injection, low level, and 2 fault modes (clogged line/unplugged line) directly on the screen. Utilizing a truck specific Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI) no drilling is required of the intake piping and allows the location of 2 Snow Performance Hyper-Sonic Nozzles right where you need it. If you are looking for the most advanced, high quality, U.S.A made water-methanol injection system tailored to your Diesel Truck than look no further than the Snow Performance POWER-MAX.Features:Lower Exhaust Gas TemperaturesIncreased HorsepowerIncreased Torque Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) PumpAll Tubing Necessary for Installation10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing36 Inches High pressure Boost Line3 ft (Black) Wire LoomTerminated 2 1/16 Gauge Style Meth ControllerUniversal 2 1/16 Gauge PodWire HarnessPower Solenoid UpgradeBulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer FluidDiesel Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only)2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HPRequired Hardware Needed For InstallationComprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel TruckWhat are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection?Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel):1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc.2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's.3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common.4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads.
Snow Performance 500 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26386 9.00 Snow Performance 500 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 842.1
The Snow Performance 500 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 1998.5-2007 Dodge 5.9L Cummins is the only system proven to increase fuel economy in all load states empty or while towing. The MPG-MAX utilizes Boost/EGTs to create a sophisticated 2D Map to command injection. Complete with dual stage injection management, the microprocessor introduces a independently mapped second stage of injection (Power Nozzle). This dual stage injection results in the most accurate injection curve and lowest EGT temps, highest HP increases, and highest fuel economy increase of any water-methanol system. The net effect is smooth power in all engine load states with no combustion quench resulting in a Fuel Economy Increase of 1-3 MPG, HP increase 50-100, and reduced EGTs (150-300 F).Tie this in with fully terminated weather tight OEM harnessed wiring connections and a Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI), no drilling/wiring is required making the MPG-MAX the simplest water-methanol system to install on any diesel vehicle. Made in the U.S.A and shipped out of Snow's Colorado facility we guarantee the craftsmanship and quality of every MPG-MAX to meet or exceed your standards of what a water-methanol injection system should be. Features: 50-100HP Increase Reduced EGT's Made In The U.S.A Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Sealed Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line Terminated Digital Variable Mapping Controller Wire Harness EGT Probe Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid\ 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck Snow Performance Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only)(Rated to 65 PSI) Snow Performance 1-Year Warranty What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 50100 Stage 3 Water-Meth Injection (50-Stage Legal) 33868 13.00 Snow Performance 50100 Stage 3 Water-Meth Injection (50-Stage Legal)
5 5 2
$ 842.1
Get the most out of your truck with the Snow Performance 50100 Stage 3 Water-Meth Injection System. This 50-stage legal kit is the perfect option for turbo-diesel owners that demand lower EGT's while towing heavy loads. Designed with a 2d mapped controller that commands injection based on boost pressure, and EGT's (Exhaust Gas Temperatures) to maintain cold air inlet temperatures, 100-300 degree EGT decreases, decreased emissions, cleaner engine components, and increased efficiency while giving you the extra power needed to to help pull large hills with easy effort while towing. The Stage 3 controller is designed to mount on the steering column, or dash and functions as a boost gauge, water-meth controller, and EGT monitor all-in-one. Great for daily driven vehicles that see heavy towing, or applications where EGT's become dangerously high. This system is 50-State Legal! (C.A.R.B E.0.# D-723). Features: Stage 3 Kit Reduced EGT's +65HP Increase CARB EO# D-723 Controller Activates On Boost Pressure and EGT's Specifications: Type Of Pump: Proprietary 300 PSI EE UHO Pump, Potting and Gaskets To Seal Pump From Elements, Dual Outlet EPDM Seals, Fully Adjustable, Proprietary Heat Dissipation Flange, (2) 1/4" Push-lock Inlet/Outlet Fittings, Dimensions (4"L x 7 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W - Including Mounting Bracket) Standard Reservoir: 7 Gallon Reservoir Controller: Adjustable MPG-MAX Progressive Boost/EGT Activated Controller Nozzle: 3 Hyper-Sonic Nozzles (175 ml/min, 375 ml/min, 625 ml/min) Tubing: 1/4" O.D. High Temp Nylon Tubing (800 PSI Burst Rating) Fitment: All Turbo Diesel Applications Warranty: Snow Performance 1-Year Warranty What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 510 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26385 9.00 Snow Performance 510 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 842.1
The Snow Performance 510 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 2007.5-2018 Dodge 6.7L Cummins is the only system proven to increase fuel economy in all load states empty or while towing. The MPG-MAX utilizes Boost/EGTs to create a sophisticated 2D Map to command injection. Complete with dual stage injection management, the microprocessor introduces a independently mapped second stage of injection (Power Nozzle). This dual stage injection results in the most accurate injection curve and lowest EGT temps, highest HP increases, and highest fuel economy increase of any water-methanol system. The net effect is smooth power in all engine load states with no combustion quench resulting in a Fuel Economy Increase of 1-3 MPG, HP increase 50-100, and reduced EGTs (150-300 F).Tie this in with fully terminated weather tight OEM harnessed wiring connections and a Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI), no drilling/wiring is required making the MPG-MAX the simplest water-methanol system to install on any diesel vehicle. Made in the U.S.A and shipped out of Snow's Colorado facility we guarantee the craftsmanship and quality of every MPG-MAX to meet or exceed your standards of what a water-methanol injection system should be. Features: 50-100HP Increase Reduced EGT's Made In The U.S.A Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Sealed Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line Terminated Digital Variable Mapping Controller Wire Harness EGT Probe Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid\ 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck Snow Performance Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only)(Rated to 65 PSI) Snow Performance 1-Year Warranty What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 520 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26384 9.00 Snow Performance 520 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 842.1
The Snow Performance 520 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 1999-2018 Ford 7.3L, 6.0L, 6.4L, 6.7L Powerstroke is the only system proven to increase fuel economy in all load states empty or while towing. The MPG-MAX utilizes Boost/EGTs to create a sophisticated 2D Map to command injection. Complete with dual stage injection management, the microprocessor introduces a independently mapped second stage of injection (Power Nozzle). This dual stage injection results in the most accurate injection curve and lowest EGT temps, highest HP increases, and highest fuel economy increase of any water-methanol system. The net effect is smooth power in all engine load states with no combustion quench resulting in a Fuel Economy Increase of 1-3 MPG, HP increase 50-100, and reduced EGTs (150-300 F).Tie this in with fully terminated weather tight OEM harnessed wiring connections and a Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI), no drilling/wiring is required making the MPG-MAX the simplest water-methanol system to install on any diesel vehicle. Made in the U.S.A and shipped out of Snow's Colorado facility we guarantee the craftsmanship and quality of every MPG-MAX to meet or exceed your standards of what a water-methanol injection system should be. Features: 50-100HP Increase Reduced EGT's Made In The U.S.A Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Sealed Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line Terminated Digital Variable Mapping Controller Wire Harness EGT Probe Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid\ 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck Snow Performance Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only)(Rated to 65 PSI) Snow Performance 1-Year Warranty What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.
Snow Performance 530 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System 26383 9.00 Snow Performance 530 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System
$ 842.1
The Snow Performance 530 MPG-MAX Water-Methanol Injection System for your 2001-2018 GM 6.6L Duramax is the only system proven to increase fuel economy in all load states empty or while towing. The MPG-MAX utilizes Boost/EGTs to create a sophisticated 2D Map to command injection. Complete with dual stage injection management, the microprocessor introduces a independently mapped second stage of injection (Power Nozzle). This dual stage injection results in the most accurate injection curve and lowest EGT temps, highest HP increases, and highest fuel economy increase of any water-methanol system. The net effect is smooth power in all engine load states with no combustion quench resulting in a Fuel Economy Increase of 1-3 MPG, HP increase 50-100, and reduced EGTs (150-300 F).Tie this in with fully terminated weather tight OEM harnessed wiring connections and a Snow Performance Injection Boot (Rated to 65 PSI), no drilling/wiring is required making the MPG-MAX the simplest water-methanol system to install on any diesel vehicle. Made in the U.S.A and shipped out of Snow's Colorado facility we guarantee the craftsmanship and quality of every MPG-MAX to meet or exceed your standards of what a water-methanol injection system should be. Features: 50-100HP Increase Reduced EGT's Made In The U.S.A Kit Includes: 300 PSI Extreme Environment UHO (Ultra High Output) Sealed Pump All Tubing Necessary for Installation 10 ft ¼ Inch High Temp Nylon Tubing 36 Inches High pressure Boost Line Terminated Digital Variable Mapping Controller Wire Harness EGT Probe Power Solenoid Upgrade Bulkhead Fitting to Tap Into Stock Windshield Washer Fluid\ 2 Nozzle Holder/Check Valve Combo 3 Snow Performance Nozzles to cover a wide range of HP Required Hardware Needed For Installation Comprehensive Instructions to Install on Any Diesel Truck Snow Performance Injection Boot (Vehicle Specific Systems Only)(Rated to 65 PSI) Snow Performance 1-Year Warranty What are the benefits of Water/Methanol injection? Boost Cooler Benefits (Diesel): 1. Greatly reduced EGT's. Decreases of 250 degrees F are common using a 50/50% Methanol /Water mix. This prevents the usual problems associated with high exhaust car temperatures - rings sticking, holed pistons, etc. 2. Low cost power - where else can you get 70-100 HP for approximately $400 along with reduced EGT's. 3. Greatly increased air charge densities - 3-5 psig boost increases are common. 4. Great for towing - more power/cooler EGT's to haul the heaviest loads. Do I need an Intercooler with Water/Methanol injection? Up to approximately 20 psi boost, water/methanol injection will provide all the density increase/detonation control needed in most applications. Of course, Intercooling and water/methanol injection would provide even greater benefits especially beyond 20 psi boost. Most air-to-air intercoolers are only 50-65% efficient. That means for example, that with 11psi boost and its 120f air charge temperature increase, an intercooler reduces the air charge temperature only 60 degrees. Also, an intercooler will reduce boost 2 - 4 psi. on average. Why not use a windshield washer pump? Water/Methanol must be injected at above 50psi to properly atomize. Lower than 50psi causes greatly reduced air charge cooling as the result of larger droplets and their reduced total surface area. Why methanol? Methanol is a high octane fuel that is extremely resistant to detonation with an excellent cost/benefit ratio. ($1.50 - $2.00 per gallon.) Its high latent heat of vaporization also makes it an excellent air charge cooler which means a denser mixture and more horsepower. Because of these facts, it is a better anti-detonant than ethanol or iso-propanol although they will work in a pinch. It has however only about 60% of the energy content of gasoline by volume so about twice as much is used to make similar power if used as a straight fuel. It is extremely toxic and should be handled with rubber gloves in well ventilated areas only. Care should be taken to avoid skin contact. How much Water/Methanol? To prevent detonation, the ratio of Water/Methanol to gasoline is roughly 1 to 5 in gasoline applications- 1 to 4 in diesel. In practice, you give it as much water / methanol as it takes to eliminate detonation without quenching combustion. The amount depends on the onset RPM of injection, the octane of the gasoline, fuel/air ratio, cylinder head type, even the weather conditions. Your engine is actually pretty tolerant of extra water vapor, you will know it's too much when the engine misses and loses power. Where can I purchase Methanol? Methanol can generally be purchased where racing fuels are sold. Also, most gas line dryers like "Heat" are simply Methanol. Suppliers of industrial chemicals can also supply Methanol usually at a higher price than fuel suppliers. If all else fails, most windshield washer fluids are up to 40% Methanol and 58% water. How long will a tank (2 qts.) last? In high boost/high horsepower application, a full blast 1/4 mile run will utilize as much as 1/8 tank. A larger tank should be considered if over 9psi boost is utilized in road racing where a tank can be used in as few as 6 - 2 mile/ full tilt laps. Under normal street use in a 400 HP Mustang, a tank usually lasts about 500 miles. Two reservoirs can be used for 1-gal total capacity if desired. Turbo diesels use more qty. and usually utilize the existing windshield washer reservoir (over 4 qts. in most cases) or the new 8-gal reservoir upgrade. More will always be used when the system is first installed, less when the novelty wears off. Can I use windshield washer fluid? Although most contain some glycol and detergent, most windshield washer fluids are up to 50% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, isopropanol) and make an excellent Boost Cooler®. Try to find one that indicates "contains methanol". At what boost level do I introduce Water/Methanol? Centrifugal superchargers/large turbos: Generally, at 50% of peak boost the recommended quantity should be introduced. Positive displacement superchargers/ fast spooling turbos: injection should occur at or near peak boost to avoid combustion quench since peak boost occurs so fast. What ratio of Water/Methanol is recommended? A 50/50 ratio is recommended. This has been demonstrated to be the best for charge/air cooling, excellent detonation control, and controlling cylinder temperature. This includes diesel applications where water conditions the combustion of the methanol so combustion timing isn't affected.Will water/methanol harm my engine? In theory, at recommended quantities, most of the mixture is evaporated before it hits the combustion chamber. Also, injection only takes place at high boost levels minimizing cylinder wash concerns. Engines that have been torn down after two years of water/methanol usage have shown no wear issues only clean combustion chambers. In fact, water/methanol reduces the probability of engine destroying detonation. Think of it as an insurance policy against detonation. Can the Boost Cooler® be applied to naturally aspirated and nitrous engines? 1.Naturally aspirated/high compression engines: In this application, water/methanol injection allows the use of pump fuel in all but the most extreme situations which effects tremendous cost savings as well as horsepower increases due to air density increase and realized timing potential. The system is activated by a throttle switch so that injection takes place only during high engine loads when needed. 2. NOS engines: With NOS, water/methanol injection allows the use of full timing even with large (250HP+) quantities. Injection is controlled by the same means that controls NOS injection. 3. Naturally aspirated/stock compression: With naturally aspirated engines with less than 10:1 compression, water/methanol is used typically in warm climates to get the intake temps back to 60°f. Benefits include: 10-15 HP increases from air density increases and full timing, Increased gas mileage, and carbon free combustion chambers. Activation is by a throttle switch adjusted for onset engine load. With this application, the nozzle is sized so that no more than 10% of total fuel consumption at peak flywheel HP is injected. Why is Water/Methanol injection so effective on Diesels? Unlike gasoline engines, the power in a turbo diesel is largely a function of fuel. The problem with continually adding fuel is that you reach a point where the exhaust gas temperatures become prohibitive (over 1500 degrees F). A 50/50% Methanol/Water mix will decrease EGT's approximately 250f + while increasing power 70-100HP. Power is increased through: a. Intake charge cooling - Water/methanol will lower air charge temps over 200f in this application. b. Methanol - this acts as a fuel as well as cooling the intake charge. Where else can you get this kind of power with cooler EGT's! Is this technology new with Turbo Diesel? Water/methanol injection has been used extensively for years in high performance truck/tractor pullers. With the elevated boost levels required for peak power, water/methanol is a common means of cooling the intake charge and reducing exhaust gas temps. Also, truckers have used water injection for years to increase fuel mileage.