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Default Bms WMI NOZZLE - 01-30-2022, 07:50 AM

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I have WMI From Burger tuning Is currently using BM12 nozzle But I am curious what Everyone is using. My question is it smaller nozzle like 5,7,10 I know the difference is about the flow But does anyone know if the smaller nozzle is creating more mist? Or better atomizing
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Default 01-30-2022, 12:23 PM

The answer to your question is yes, smaller nozzles do atomize better. For that reason, many of us use a dual nozzle setup in two different locations. I personally use a 4gph, and a 6gph. One is down close to the outlet of the IC, and the other is in the BMS adapter


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