Devilsown WMI base kit or DVC-30 or other?

RedDejavu

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Hi guys I want to finally order a WMI kit but not sure which kit to choose from. There are few others but completely not sure which is best and how well/safe they can do their job. Devilsown seems to be a good option but snow performance seems to be reasonable too!

My idea is to use washer fluid tank to keep all hidden without losing any boot space or relocate battery and fit wmi tank in its place. Either way I'd love to hear what people's experience is and which kit is safe and reliable and can be neatly incorporated to use washer fluid tank.

Cheers
 

Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev.

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My preferred is AEM. We install them very neatly. We use an additional tank with level sensor, make a bracket for it and fit the tank and pump under the wheel arch where it is protected and has ducted cooling air being fed to it. This way no room is lost in the boost and you don't have to run lines through the car.

The controller goes on the opposite side of the fuse box. There is also an LED which gives information on duty cycle, low level warning etc.

£330 delivered, fitting service £300

Rick
 

RedDejavu

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My preferred is AEM. We install them very neatly. We use an additional tank with level sensor, make a bracket for it and fit the tank and pump under the wheel arch where it is protected and has ducted cooling air being fed to it. This way no room is lost in the boost and you don't have to run lines through the car.

The controller goes on the opposite side of the fuse box. There is also an LED which gives information on duty cycle, low level warning etc.

£330 delivered, fitting service £300

Rick

That sounds very reasonable, shame that I have 4h drive to get to Manchester. I'd really prefer to leave my car with you Rick as we all know you have some great experience, offer fantastic support and quality of work. I also want to fit the Loba Lo4xx turbo I have bought recently at the same time so plenty of work just cant find anyone I can trust and be reasonable with labour costs:). My local tuner asking some serious money to get WMI and turbo fitted so need to see if I can get to you somehow and leave the car for few days.
 

grchmason

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That sounds very reasonable, shame that I have 4h drive to get to Manchester. I'd really prefer to leave my car with you Rick as we all know you have some great experience, offer fantastic support and quality of work. I also want to fit the Loba Lo4xx turbo I have bought recently at the same time so plenty of work just cant find anyone I can trust and be reasonable with labour costs:). My local tuner asking some serious money to get WMI and turbo fitted so need to see if I can get to you somehow and leave the car for few days.




Have you tried Alex @ AKS Tuning he fitted a few Lo4xx
 

RedDejavu

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Have you tried Alex @ AKS Tuning he fitted a few Lo4xx

Tried them but they quoted me some high figures so still on the hunt :).
 
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