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Old 05-03-2011, 02:53 PM
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FI on a 142 Blower

Has anyone here put any type of fuel injection on top of a 142 blower. Same question for water injection. I know both are possible I am looking for someone who has actually done it

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Yes, I've used a Holley Projection and a B&M injection system (rebranded AirResearch)....

it's possible, granted the ones that I used were old technology, and in the end I replaced it with a Holley 850 DP (and was faster).

As for methanol (or alcohol) injection, it works to keep the charge cool - but why use methanol when nitrous will do the same thing for less money, hassle and gives you more HP?

You didn't ask - but here's a bit more advice. Don't use the smaller pulleys on the 142 - all it does is generate a lot of extra heat.
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Yes, I've used a Holley Projection and a B&M injection system (rebranded AirResearch)....

it's possible, granted the ones that I used were old technology, and in the end I replaced it with a Holley 850 DP (and was faster).

As for methanol (or alcohol) injection, it works to keep the charge cool - but why use methanol when nitrous will do the same thing for less money, hassle and gives you more HP?

You didn't ask - but here's a bit more advice. Don't use the smaller pulleys on the 142 - all it does is generate a lot of extra heat.
Thanks for the reply. I was just curios if anyone had done it. It is not on my list yet.
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