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      05-07-2007, 03:45 PM   #1
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Intercooler sprayer.

The Suby STI has a water sprayer from the factory, comes on under full throttle when activated. We (in the US) have the empty battery box that woud nicely hold a gallon tank of distilled water and a pump. Or is this just not practical?


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Hmm and we also already have a somewhat high pressure sprayer with the headlamp washing system. I'll bet it could be done. Have to check that out. Thanks for getting the brain working.

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It doesn't even need to be high pressure it is all in the nozzle(s) the more finely atomized the water the better.
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Given the modest boost these cars run stock, I doubt you will get any performance improvements. Maybe with a procede.
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If anything a Co2 sprayer would be better than water. Probably cheaper than a water pump.
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The Suby STI has a water sprayer from the factory, comes on under full throttle when activated. We (in the US) have the empty battery box that woud nicely hold a gallon tank of distilled water and a pump. Or is this just not practical?


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Well, you'd have to ask AA if they would do it for you, but, the XEDE has a spare driver circuit to control Intercooler Water Spray directly - mapped relative to RPM and operating boost pressure. You'd have to figure your own tanks and nozzles though unless you can convince them to do the lot as a kit or something.

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I always figured the windsheild washer would be perfect since you already have the tank with pump and a switch on the steering column. You would just need to run the tubing to the intercooler.
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Well, you'd have to ask AA if they would do it for you, but, the XEDE has a spare driver circuit to control Intercooler Water Spray directly - mapped relative to RPM and operating boost pressure. You'd have to figure your own tanks and nozzles though unless you can convince them to do the lot as a kit or something.

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A JAZ 1gallon fuel tank from a kids dragster and a small 12v pump work just fine. I have put them on other turbo cars before (RX-7's can damn near cook a t-bone on their intercooler after some hot laps.)
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