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    Anyone usinin W/M injection??

    Been looking at this kit for W/M injection



    From here http://www.snowperformance.net/product.php?pk=58

    It'll be fitted when the big turbo is put in place, just wondering if anyone has had any dealing with these systems in general

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    I run water injection on an S4. but use an aquamist kit. works very well..

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    i'm going to be using aquamist with my big turbo when installed shortly, aquamist are quite near me and the fact that a lot of the cars at the brighton speed trials use them is good enough for me.
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    I used to use the ERL Aquamist kit in my S2. To be honest I would only use it once intercooling options have run out. Since the fitment of a full width Pace intercooler the ACT's are never high enough for the Aquamist kit to kick in.

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    The intercooler I'm looing at needs to fit behind the bumper, dont want to butcher the bumber to fit a u IC, so lookin at other options

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    Yes, only fitted my kit because I had upgraded to RS4 IC's on my S4 and was a lot better, But the intake temp was still getting to high. The Aquamist 2D kit solved this problem. But then fitted a FMIC anyway.

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    imo the requirement for water injection means your intercooling isnt up to the job or your turbos running way out of its efficiency band.

    I would never actually plan to run an engine on it, you should be looking at FMIC and Chargecooling solutions first, perhaps a decent sized FMIC and a charge cooler might be enough, but if your seriously expecting to need it then you have something wrong with your spec imo

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    I'll look into the FMIC and charge cooler option too.

 

 

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