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Default PS2 Meth - 10-25-2018, 08:01 PM

Hey Guys,

Will be tackling my BMS Dual Nozzle CM5+BM7 Meth Kit install saturday, Install looks pretty easy. However, do I need to purge through the nozzles or should I take off the hose that goes to the T for the nozzles and purge from there. Also I will be running 100% methanol, what settings should I start off with. Considering I was 23psi on map 6 on stock DI

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Hey Guys,

Will be tackling my BMS Dual Nozzle CM5+BM7 Meth Kit install saturday, Install looks pretty easy. However, do I need to purge through the nozzles or should I take off the hose that goes to the T for the nozzles and purge from there. Also I will be running 100% methanol, what settings should I start off with. Considering I was 23psi on map 6 on stock DI

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Hey freddyamazin,

How did your install work out for you? Any caveats?




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Default 11-26-2018, 11:53 PM

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Hey freddyamazin,

How did your install work out for you? Any caveats?
Install super easy, hardest part is finding where you want your tank and putting the trim back together if you go the interior route.
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