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Default Bm10 or bm7 nozzle for 2.0t veloster n wmi kit? - 05-01-2022, 10:47 PM

I see on the bms wmi kit for Kia/Hyundai product page that the bm7 is for 1.6-2L engines but I also see the bm10 single nozzle is recommended. Can someone at bms give quick insight? Thank you! Veloster N 2.0T
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Default 05-02-2022, 08:35 AM

Me personally the 2.0 single turbo does not move enough air or fuel to justify a 10gph. It would soak the cylinders (all 4) and struggle to lean out with that much meth. The two biggest purposes for meth are to add octane and cool IAT. A 7gph is more than enough to do both and then some, I opinion is you wouldn't outgrow that and need a 10.
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Default 05-02-2022, 10:18 AM

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Me personally the 2.0 single turbo does not move enough air or fuel to justify a 10gph. It would soak the cylinders (all 4) and struggle to lean out with that much meth. The two biggest purposes for meth are to add octane and cool IAT. A 7gph is more than enough to do both and then some, I opinion is you wouldn't outgrow that and need a 10.
So the BM7 nozzle it is! Thank you sir!
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Default 07-03-2022, 11:10 PM

I feel like the bm7 is just under the threshold of what is needed and the bm10 is right over. You may be better off getting the bm10 and turning down the additive setting but that is my opinion. Can't go wrong either way


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