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This is a discussion on Water Injection Installed within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by Phat04WRX did you get it dyno tuned? can you feel the difference? I had it tuned. The ...

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    Originally posted by Phat04WRX
    did you get it dyno tuned? can you feel the difference?
    I had it tuned. The results are in my other thread.

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    Car is going in monday for an upgrade(vf22->fp green) and I will have new dyno sheets soon I hope. WI definately helps with hot days and keeps the power consistant.

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    Just to add on, looks to me like you are not really running "water" but rather washer fluid which contains alcohol. Running pure water will cool the air charge, but with the alcohol in the mix, you're going to notice a bigger difference in performance.

    Just clearing it up incase people out there decide to use another tank of some sort besides tap their factory washer fluid reservoirs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFP520
    Just to add on, looks to me like you are not really running "water" but rather washer fluid which contains alcohol. Running pure water will cool the air charge, but with the alcohol in the mix, you're going to notice a bigger difference in performance.

    Just clearing it up incase people out there decide to use another tank of some sort besides tap their factory washer fluid reservoirs.
    I am using my factory washer tank...w/ a 50/50 mix of HEET(99% pure methanol) & distilled water....

    from looking at the dyno link/numbers posted, I assume he is running straight water or a very low mixture of alky....50/50 methanol injection typically nets numbers similar to 100 octane race fuel....
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    well you can use your stock reservoir for strictly whatever you want to, but i dont know how well your mix would clean your windshield

    i was just saying that since most people resort to their stock reservoirs... i hear alot of good things bout using washer fluid... especially since it will not freeze!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFP520
    but i dont know how well your mix would clean your windshield
    my windshield washer pump currently out-of-service....I need to get a seperate bottle & epoxy the pump in.......
    1988 Celica Alltrac
    Hallman Pro, 15x7.5 +20mm Rota Slipstreams
    2005 LGT 315whp/340wtq@21psi - Sold
    VF52, Crucial P&P&C Manifolds, UP, DP, RP, Magnaflow CBE, Hallman PRO, ROMRaider
    2003 WRX 371whp/355wtq@24psi - Sold
    TD05H-20G-38mm Tial, Meth Injection, Hyperflow TMIC, ROMRaider
    Dyno Chart METH vs 93 oct

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