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Originally Posted by drmatera View Post
i do like those flow sensors..

once you go straight meth you'll never go back - i started out with a mixture of water and rubbing alcohol from CVS, then got tired of mixing and bought a gallon jug of -20* washer fluid (non-detergent). All seemed to work well except for the slight bog when it activated. Then I tried straight methanol, no more bog. Even going to a larger nozzle, and then 2 nozzles, I never felt any bog when it activated. and it was quite amazing how much farther I could push the power up once I went with straight meth. I know water cooled engines differ from our air cooled monsters but the cooling effect/octane boost of methanol just can't be denied.
I think this is the advantage of the variable injection. It starts off at a very low volume and rises linearly at a preset slope. Mine activates at 0.5lbs of boost so you never notice an effect.
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