- Mustang & Ford Racing
- Fuel & Induction
- Snow Performance Gasoline Boost Cooler Water/Methanol Injection Kits
Snow Performance Stage-2 Gasoline Boost Cooler Water-Methanol Injection Kit for Forced Induction Engines
- For use with street-driven turbocharger and centrifugal supercharger applications
- Lowers induction charge temperature for colder, more dense air
- Reduces carbon buildup on intake ports and valves
- Increases 91-octane fuel to 116-octane race gas levels
- Set injection points through a handheld display screen
- The controller can be remotely mounted
- Water-methanol is proportionally injected according to boost pressure
- Utilizes an OEM-approved Extreme Environment 300 PSI UHO pump with O-Ring connections
- 100-percent methanol resistant components by using stainless steel, nickel plating, EPDM, and hard anodizing
- ACU-SEAL compression fittings for leak-free operation
- Hyper-Sonic water-methanol nozzle
- Low-profile high-flow check valve
I have a 05 wrx with a built 2.36l stroker making 600awhp will this kit be suited for my build ?
Have an 06 Corvette base model 6.0 with an a&a Corvette supercharger on it making about 540 to the whales wanting to put one of these kits on it I just not sure which one to use
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