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post #1 of 11 Old 04-19-2002, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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svo blower/water injection guys get in here---->

well since i will be changing my defect head gaskets , i thought that i would port the crappy 97 head. do you think i will see any gains,the guy i know does a very good port job.

even more important i told my father that i would tap the water nozzle AFTER the blower in the upper intake.time to know wether this water injection is a bane or a blessing.
nowi need to know which spot to exactly tap.
any cutouts or any info is gladly helped .also if anyone has any idea try to show it by posting a pic.

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PURPLEMUSTANG,

Here is a link to a water injection kit. Water injection
I'm sure they can help you out with placement.
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Purple.........you gonna upgrade to a 255lph pump?
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well i did install my water injection ,i just have to know where to install it in (the upper intake of the blower).
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With a busted head gasket you already have water injection! No need to install a kit.
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Water Injection = Roxxor!!
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omar, you do know that you will need a check valve huh? here's what i am planning to do since it doesnt look like steve at SMC is going to finish the new module any time soon....
i am going to run 2 nozzles. probably #2's. one i will tap into the bend behind the blower before the compressor. the other i will tap on top near the small vacuum line as close to the front of the car and passenger side that i can get in the small space there. i will probably run a #1 before the blower and a #2 or 3 up top after. this is the best i could come up with.

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well have thought of that before that's why i already have a 15 psi check valve

I NEED PICS.someone post a pic of the svo blower with an arrow on where to tap it.

my gaskets will come in about 2 weeks ,so until then this thread will stay alive.
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Put it right before or right after the bend of the intake right before the throttle body. Test pointing it with the intake stream and against.

I wouldn't put it before the supercharger.... some day you may want to switch and run a water/alcohol mix, or all alcohol, or you may get really brave and run a propane kit.....

http://www.dynamicracing.com/bb/view...t=propane+link

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post #11 of 11 Old 04-21-2002, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
 
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if i put it in the bend it will still be before the blower.
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