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      12-28-2012, 12:26 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Snertz View Post
The kit you linked uses the windshield washer fluid tank as the source, no additional tank is needed. If you want to run a trunk mounted tank, that's fine too; To monitor tank level you'll need the sensor for it, something like this http://www.coolingmist.com/pagedispl...ure_key=safety

It's available from many different sources, and can be wired to either a warning light and/or into a standalone progressive controller.

Adding it and running the standard st.2+ map is fine, since that map was designed to be run on just pump gas. You probably won't see a significant bump in performance but it'll be easier on the engine due to the cooling properties of the water/meth.

The WW kit in itself is safe, the warning is really for how aggressive of a tune you run; For more aggressive tunes with a significant meth concentration, it's also treating the injection as a fuel supplement and runs more boost and timing than what is possible on pump gas alone. Should the meth run out or the system fail for any reason, with a flash tune there isn't safety integration to prevent engine damage. That's where the piggyback tunes shine in that a flow sensor can be wired to them; they'll automatically scale back boost and timing to safe levels if there is a lack of flow.

Our cars are already equipped with an oil cooler, and a supplemental water cooler. No point in removing them.
Tnx!
I think that the best way is to go with Aquamist HPS-4 kit, right?
the protuningfreaks use it with the cobb and they have a e-Tune meth map for the Cobb, so it is the best way to have a map for the meth + one of the best meth kits, am I right?
or it is better just to stay with st.2? I'm looking for a reliable and safety tune for my car...
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