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Default C43 WMI - 05-25-2021, 01:12 AM

I have the BMS WMI universal kit to install in my 2017 C43. Where should the bungs be installed? With the Weistec kit they are in the charge ***** before the intercooler. Is this a good injection point? Will the mist condense back to droplets in the intercooler and not be as efficient as mist? The is no room on the stock intercooler and the sensor is so close past the intercooler. Has BMS done a C43 set up? Please recommend best injection point for C43 WMI. I will be doing dual injectors. I have ordered the BM5 injectors, I hope they are correct ones. Will be running 50/50 water/methanol, is that what is recommended for the FSB WMI? Sorry very new to WMI and want to give my mechanic as much info as I can. They have mainly done C63S and A45S.
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Default 05-25-2021, 10:08 AM

We have a few customers who have done customer methanol setups. We're working on a CP/kit that will be released soon as well.

Anyways, the dual BM5s are perfect so you can start and install those on the chargepipes and get a log on map 7 for us.

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Default 05-25-2021, 02:05 PM

Thanks for the prompt reply. I have purchased 2 Snow performance aluminium bungs and was planning to install them on the charge ***** similar to the Weistec kit. Just wanted to make sure this was effective, as some articles were saying it should be post intercooler. Some were saying methanol is harmful to aluminium? Can anyone confirm if this is true or not?
I have my car booked in with my mechanic for the WMI install for 7th June so will do logs after and post to you.
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Default 05-27-2021, 04:08 PM

Payam, is there a setting I can use to have WMI on map 2? Our Aussie highest octane is equivalent to US 92.5
The bungs install on CP should it be similar to what Weistec have done? In middle of CP or closer to IC? Any chance of getting your prototype CP expedited to me?
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