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Old 08-11-2010, 03:51 AM
Dust Dust is offline
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Default Re: Location of Water Injection Nozzle relative to Intercooler

I would be interested to know how this would help a top mount inter-cooler equipped car.
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Old 28-05-2014, 01:57 AM
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Default Re: Location of Water Injection Nozzle relative to Intercooler

I have a 2012 STI with a top mounted AMR Intercooler, I also would be interested in knowing if it would benefit putting an injector pre turbo and on the outlet of the intercooler. As of know I was thinking of only putting an 8mm injector at the intercooler outlet. Also if you add 2 injectors would they have to be the same size? From what my tuner figured out I really only need 1 7mm injector? I will be running close to 400WHP? does this sound right?
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Old 22-12-2016, 04:26 PM
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Default Re: Location of Water Injection Nozzle relative to Intercooler

Not to bump an old thread but I have since added a tiny (60cc) nozzle pre intercooler. It's just to supplement the 520cc after the cooler. I also think it will add some atomization and will be beneficial to cooling down a heat soaked top mount intercooler (heat soaked from standing).
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