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This is a discussion on Water for intercooler spray within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; This is my first summer with my sti, I was just wondering if it was just straight water that i ...

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    Water for intercooler spray

    This is my first summer with my sti, I was just wondering if it was just straight water that i added to the tank, or is there a mixture?
    thanks

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    no expert, but im pretty sure just water will work...
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    I use deionized water. In 2 summers I have only gone through 1.5 gallons which cost about $2 total. Those little nozzles are sensitive to clogging with minerals.
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    Thank

    Deionized water makes sense... thanks

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