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Old 06-24-2006, 05:14 PM   #121
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That'* hot!!
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Mine is right where I want it for WOT runs at 30% methanol. I may have to re-tune it a bit when the 2.2" pulley comes off and the 2.0" goes on.
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Testing continues.
Check out my new injection pressure gauge mount.

Dear god . Well how fast before the masking tape wears off .

What pulley are you currently running 3.0 or smaller?
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Old 06-24-2006, 10:01 PM   #124
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The tuning is done now and the gauge has been moved back under hood.

I like running with the smaller pulley and can feel the extra pull.
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all I can see is HOLY ****.
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Hey, Haro did a pretty good job of photoshopping a 2.9" pulley on your car, it looks pretty real! It is photoshopped, right?


j/k... that'* gotta be insane!
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Yes there is a noticeably higher pitched whine coming from the supercharger.

The Boost gauge needle pegs full scale now.

With the loud exhaust I needed some more whine volume.
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A lesson could be learned here. Paul is running a 2.9" on a S2 with no intercooler.

I'm running a 2.2" on a Gen3 (94/95) M62, and will be moving soon to a 2.0".

Think about it. I've been pushing water/methanol injection for 3 years on this Forum. Is it just now starting to sink in?
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A lesson could be learned here. Paul is running a 2.9" on a S2 with no intercooler.

I'm running a 2.2" on a Gen3 (94/95) M62, and will be moving soon to a 2.0".

Think about it. I've been pushing water/methanol injection for 3 years on this Forum. Is it just now starting to sink in?
Its sunk in with me. I'm learning I'm LEARNING. Anyway "bullet" The MAF varible controller, How does it interpurt the signal from the MAF. I am wondering since I want to run the kit but It says its for a 96+ GM. I am wondering if there is a diffrence. Also WIll are there any forums you can recommend so that I can discuss water injection on a budget.
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No forum out there will discuss a budget system with you. I know. I've been there. I went it alone.

The main forum I used to hang out on is no longer in business (it was www.turbo-ice.net), but has been absorbed by aquamist now.

Research is the key. It took me 3 years on my own to get where I am now. But my current system cost me under 100 bones.
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