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Meth Inj /D1sc

Old 04-01-2006, 03:53 PM
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Anybody using the Snow Performance kit? Im curious how you like it, and what kind of H.P. gains youve seen with it? Any information will be appreciated.Plus Im upgrading my Prochager P1sc to a D1sc. What size pulley is anyone using on theirs and how much boost. Also what kind of H.P. gains have you seen. I just recently had a motor built by VT with all forged internals ,Stage 3 cam ,Stage 2 heads and P 51 intake. Adding the Cobra tank and dual Focus pumps in a couple of weeks.Currently running 475 rwhp/ 430 tq. Hoping with blower upgrade and Meth Inj Ill be seeing 550-600 rwhp.
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Old 04-10-2006, 08:05 PM
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I'm using one. It's been great. I haven't done before/after dyno runs, but I have done before/after datalogging with ACT.

I saw about a 30^ drop in ACT using the kit around 15# of boost. I did most of my tuning with pump gas and used it as a safety buffer against detonation. To get a significant performance increase with it you will have to increase your timing.
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Usually about 50 rwhp is what people see. It works great on a buddies car, I cant decide if I want the extra hassle.
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another great kit to check out is AFM Mr. Freeze, but one thing to always remember is to tune your car after installing it or you will see a lose in power.
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The only problem with the Mr Freeze is that it is designed as a drawthrough system instead of a pressurized setup. So for people that have an intercooler you're drawing the methanol through at the inlet of your turbo/supercharger, running the meth through the intercooler & discharge tube before it gets to your intake. I'm not an engineer, but that seems like a lot of area to cover all the while being heated up & evaporated. I think Mr. Freeze is great for a supercharger kit that doesn't have an intercooler, where you just go from the inlet of the supercharger and then straight to the discharge tube and intake, but if you've got an intercooler, I think a pressurized setup that injects the methanol right before the intake is a better solution.

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