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Default Meth Nozzle Mounting Location - 08-15-2018, 06:22 PM

How do you guys feel about drilling here for the meth nozzle (The Red "X" on the right side of the photo)? **Currently using throttle body spacer which I may get rid of** I’d like it before the sensor so the ECU can see the drop in temp and not overly raise boost with high IATs since I don’t have an Intercooler.

Waaaay to close? Or you guys think it will do?
Seems like the easiest install. Going from the bottom near the IC will likely be very difficult.

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Default 08-15-2018, 07:40 PM

Going to be hard to place it there and sealing it to ensure no leaks.

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