I have a Stage III kit thats been collecting dust. While the truck is down I'd like to get it installed. The HMax y-pipe has bosses cast into each side. Should I put them there or in the intercooler tube?
I would imagine at those pressures the water would be atomized to the point it wouldn't damage the compressor wheel.I also need to add that the only ones I know running a small jet before the charger are also running high pressure systems, NOT low pressure off the shelf towing setups. I'm talking 500 to 1200 psi.
Nah, not at any significant pressure. Maybe if it came on at 5psi of boost and you had really poor atomization and low pressure from the water kit.well if you had the nozzle pre IC wouldnt the water puddle up in the IC.
I dont know it is just a thought.
its wetThe nozzles are in the y-bungs. I'm just looking for advice from anyone with more knowledge about water than me.
The closer you inject the water to the compressor outlet, the farther the water mist has to travel, and the more cooling effect it has on the air that you are forcing in the engine. You wouldn't turn it on at 5 psi. Our setup starts injecting water at 45 psi of boost. Water pressure is 800 psi plus.
Would it be better to have the nozzles in the intercooler tube rather than the Y? Or should I leave them in the Y?So It'd be better to put the nozzles in the tube?
Would it be better to have the nozzles in the intercooler tube rather than the Y? Or should I leave them in the Y?