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Default 07-28-2011, 02:09 PM

Any time you look at meth you'd want to look at advance. 21 on the default scaling is 42%. Normal operation is between 40-50%. The meth turn on has a variety of criteria including oil temps > 160, throttle > 70%, psi > 7.5, etc.


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Default 07-28-2011, 02:44 PM

Quick question about mixing. Do you guys go by volume or by weight. I hear by weight is what really matters, but just curious what you guys usually do. I have the spreadsheet that calculates the amount of volume to use to meet the desired meth/water ratio.


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Default 07-28-2011, 04:18 PM

Kits are mostly kitted and ready to go. Now we just need FSB's to show up in the morning and we'll be in business!
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Default 07-28-2011, 05:58 PM

Question.....the kit was running awesome until I ran low and the fsb prevented high boost, however can I bleed the air out of the meth line without unplugging the bung from the intake pipe? I would assume that I don't want to pump a bunch of ww fluid and meth down the intake while bleeding.....anyone have better way to pump out the air without taking off the bung? If I did bleed the line into the intake pipe...what may happen?




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Default 07-28-2011, 06:00 PM

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Question.....the kit was running awesome until I ran low and the fsb prevented high boost, however can I bleed the air out of the meth line without unplugging the bung from the intake pipe? I would assume that I don't want to pump a bunch of ww fluid and meth down the intake while bleeding.....anyone have better way to pump out the air without taking off the bung? If I did bleed the line into the intake pipe...what may happen?
just take the hose out of the nozzle
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Question.....the kit was running awesome until I ran low and the fsb prevented high boost, however can I bleed the air out of the meth line without unplugging the bung from the intake pipe? I would assume that I don't want to pump a bunch of ww fluid and meth down the intake while bleeding.....anyone have better way to pump out the air without taking off the bung? If I did bleed the line into the intake pipe...what may happen?
Once you suck air in the pump you have two choices.

1) Race around for a day or more until the air slowly works its way out.
2) Disconnect the line going to the nozzle, stick it in a water bottle, and purge the system until the air is out of the pump.

You can't bleed the system in to the charge pipe with the nozzle connected. It won't let the air out in any reasonable amount of time.


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Default More kits available - 07-28-2011, 06:22 PM

When will more kits be available?
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Default 07-28-2011, 07:17 PM

Could I install a switch valve somewhere after the pump that I could manually switch to purge the air in the meth line instead of unplugging the line down where the bung goes into the intake near the DV's (just a pain in the ars to get at)??? I was thinking to put a hose on this switch valve and running the hose back up to the ww tank so that when I purge the air out of the meth line it will end up back in the ww tank???




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Default 07-28-2011, 07:27 PM

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No 535 testing yet. Will take a special bracket and creative WW access. But testing and developing that is on the to-do list.
I just ordered. I'll take pics and notes. I'm going to try to go through the WW cap, but I might drop the fender and do a bottom tank tap. I hope the hose is long enough for the test.
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Default 07-28-2011, 08:20 PM

How come my flow gauge sometimes goes up to like 80-90 percent sometimesbut majority of the time it floats around 50?


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How come my flow gauge sometimes goes up to like 80-90 percent sometimesbut majority of the time it floats around 50?
You are probably running old firmware or put in a wrong setting. If you need help from me email me, if you want help from the forum throw up a post in the support section. On that note moved logs, etc, to support section as well.


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Default 07-28-2011, 08:52 PM

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Could I install a switch valve somewhere after the pump that I could manually switch to purge the air in the meth line instead of unplugging the line down where the bung goes into the intake near the DV's (just a pain in the ars to get at)??? I was thinking to put a hose on this switch valve and running the hose back up to the ww tank so that when I purge the air out of the meth line it will end up back in the ww tank???
Sure. But it takes around 2 seconds to unplug the line and stick it in a cup to catch fluid.


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Default 07-29-2011, 03:56 AM

do you have in stock the meth elbows?shows out of stock for the AR.do you have any other meth elbows?time frame?thanks
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Default 07-29-2011, 05:20 AM

It says out of stock but cart link is still up so do you still have some kits left? I am looking to install next weekend..

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Default 07-29-2011, 05:23 AM

I asked the same question, I'm glad I'm not the only one .. " Yes, thats why we wrote we will remove the link when out." from Terry .
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Default 07-29-2011, 05:23 AM

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Kits are mostly kitted and ready to go. Now we just need FSB's to show up in the morning and we'll be in business!


i see my kit in the picture! its the third one on the left in the back!
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i see my kit in the picture! its the third one on the left in the back!
I have some bad news... there was a forklift accident this morning. All the kits managed to move out of the way but yours. It doesn't look good. We better talk in private about service arrangements.


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phew..the first part of that post got me real upset for a split second. haha
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Default 07-29-2011, 10:08 AM

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I have some bad news... there was a forklift accident this morning. All the kits managed to move out of the way but yours. It doesn't look good. We better talk in private about service arrangements.
lol..

got my kit on order..

About the Interface settings on the JB4.. is there a link to a good guide for meth setup or can someone pm me settings to get me started.
I havent seen a good DIY either, as im a bit confused as far as wiring to the pump and solenoid.

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Default 07-29-2011, 10:53 AM

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lol..

got my kit on order..

About the Interface settings on the JB4.. is there a link to a good guide for meth setup or can someone pm me settings to get me started.
I havent seen a good DIY either, as im a bit confused as far as wiring to the pump and solenoid.

Danke!
I'm not the most proficient guy, but everything you need to know is in the install guide on the first page of this thread. Just get a gallon of boost juice and a crimp tool ahead of time and you will be good to go.


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Default 07-29-2011, 12:13 PM

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I'm not the most proficient guy, but everything you need to know is in the install guide on the first page of this thread. Just get a gallon of boost juice and a crimp tool ahead of time and you will be good to go.
Roger! thanks, well done DIY.. helped a lot..
Question about the "In" side of the solenoid, does the "in" side connect facing the pump?

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Default 07-29-2011, 12:49 PM

Just purchased kit, wife is heading out of town on Thursday so it will be an install weekend and play time...
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Just purchased kit, wife is heading out of town on Thursday so it will be an install weekend and play time...
You gonna receive it that soon? damn..


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Default 07-29-2011, 01:34 PM

Hey guys,

Updated the install guide with directions on the Washer Hijack method for feeding from the WW kit.


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Default 07-29-2011, 01:45 PM

Dang T.....I just noticed you posted this as I spent the last hour taking off the passenger side wheel cowl and installing another section of tube where I could push it all the way to the bottom of the reservoir and splice it to the original 38" hose, which only was at the base of the neck tube. I should get a low windshield warning that gives me enough time to top off.

Anyways...now I am happy as I went for quite a few runs on Map 3 and was extremely happy.




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