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Snow Performance 210 Boost Cooler Stage 2.5 Water/Methanol Injection Systems


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210 Boost Cooler Stage 2.5 Water/Methanol Injection Systems
Stage 2.5 Gasoline Boost Cooler
  • 300 PSI Pump
  • 3-Qt. Reservoir
  • 10' 1/4 in. Tubing
  • Controller
  • Hardware
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210 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delivers on Promises Very easy install on a turbocharged 1989 Bmw 325i . Was experiencing pinging above 10 psi boost, kit eliminated pinging up to 15 psi in the Houston summer heat. Great product.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice complete kit, Easy to install. I own a '87 Grand National and I bought this kit roughly 3 weeks ago to eliminate mild knock above 15 PSI. The kit was very complete and looks very sharp for the exception of the mounting cup which seems to be one of those $0.99 cups from eBay which fits like complete poop and requires an O-ring to wedge the gauge into it, the pods edge is wider than the trim ring on the gauge so it looks tacky at best. Most definitely recommend investing on a better mounting pod unless you are mounting it on an existing gauge pod. The installation was a breeze, I did opt for the 2.5 gallon tank at an extra $90 but so far it looks like the included container would have sufficed because I've only had to refill the tank once and that was after 3 tanks of gas and most of it was lead footed driving.
Date published: 2015-11-02
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Hi, Is this suitable for a carburettor 302w with a weiand 174 supercharger?

Asked by: Auscory
While one could tap the nozzle into the air cleaner an under-carb adapter plate would probably work more efficiently, see p/n 860-40050.
Answered by: Matt_B
Date published: 2018-02-24
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