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      08-06-2012, 02:51 PM   #1
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moving meth to trunk, who can post some pics of their setup?

I have found (in my particular setup) that my meth is not properly lowering IAT's in WOT (dyno proven) so I am going to be moving my meth to my trunk correct this issue.

I am most likely going to go with the Devil's Own 2.3 gallon sumped tank [found here] with the pump mounted on the tank itself. Super nice setup, but I'd like to see what other folks have before purchasing this kit. Let's see what else is out there...

Pic's please!
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      08-06-2012, 06:19 PM   #2
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I did this Advan tank install on a E90post members car recently.







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      08-06-2012, 07:42 PM   #3
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I love that tank. Where can I get that from! Looks clean
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Thanks Juiced46, I must admit - that is BADASS. I read up on the thread located [here] but that is out of my price range for sure... but WOW. If only it was made of a plastic material.............
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How do you think it's going to make a difference in cooling?

I recently moved mine to the trunk...

Coolingmist 2.2 gallon

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Sloppy - I do like this setup - do you like it? My issue is that in WOT, my IAT's are not cooling unless purging. My spray pattern from the cm10 is fine, but I must have some issue coming from the WW tank (feeder tube hijacked as well straight to pump). 7 dyno runs at 2 different shops proved that I am not cooling IAT's with any impact to timing or detonation using the WW solution that is in place in 'my' setup. I am moving to the trunk setup to shorten the pump/container situation and feed a constant pressurized injection on-demand. Not only do I minimize the risk of fire by doing so, but I'll also get the use of my windshield fluid reservoir and this should fix my apparent flow issue. If I'm not mistaken, WOT with meth should lower IAT's a good 10-15 degrees, my current situation running 70/30 or 50/50 cool IAT's (without purging) 1-3 degrees, and purging lowers 7-8 degrees. This yielded an average of only 4-6 hp to the rear wheels which is obviously no good. I currently yield 349 the the rw with purging and without meth I get 345 - at least it's very consistent.
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I do like this setup much better. I installed it all myself because I did not want any holes drilled in my car.

Turugara showed me his tank and I switched from the snow performance 2.5 gal tank I had only for a week.

The thing I really like about this tank is that the pump is right underneath it and has a hole for you to mount it. Then it looks like a big box, but it's because the pump sits under it. Just much cleaner and flows absolutely amazing. It's constantly gravity fed and since the pump is directly under it, there is less stress on the pump. My system stays pressurized with the use of a one way valve from snow performance that works great. I also kept my in line filter that came with the vishnu kit.
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^^ Thanks Sloppy. This is great info!
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