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Old 08-13-2019, 04:13 PM
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Would you guys suggest putting the water injection nozzle before the throttle body in the carb hat or in the plenum of the intake manifold directly below the throttle body. Or even perhaps both.

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If you going to buy a kit, i.e. Snow Performance, Devil's Own, Cool Mist, etc., and follow the directions. In front of the throttle plates is usually easier. But for big power, which you are making IMO, put a small nozzle pre-turbo and a larger in front of the throttle plates.

I've been using a Snow Performance kit that has worked flawlessly into it's 3rd summer. It can easily handle 15 gallons per hour and they say it will handle 20 on a single pump. I run both nozzle pre-throttle plate.
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Old 08-13-2019, 07:47 PM
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That looks awesome. There is no way to go pre turbo because there is no pipe before the turbo. I already own a snow kit, but I do want to pick up a dual nozzle kit and a solenoid and check valve so I can move the tank to the back of the car
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