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Default 02-09-2019, 07:50 AM

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Yes I just don't know. You'd have to try it. On the BMS setup we put the filter before the solenoid, as it's just as much of a risk point for clogging as the nozzles are.
FYI, it doesn't fit. The thread is the same but the filter on the Snow nozzle is too long and doesn't thread all the way in, not enough clearance inside the adapter.


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Default 02-09-2019, 09:51 AM

Good to know for posterity. We have full kits and components on our site as needed to cobble it together for you.


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Default 02-12-2019, 12:10 PM

Hey Terry,

Any thoughts about dumping in a booster like this into the WMI mix?

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Default 03-21-2019, 06:48 AM

Can some one let me know exactly which fuse they used to get the switched power source? Is a fuse tap needed? I want to make sure I have everything before doing the install.
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Default 05-10-2019, 08:11 AM

I've noticed when the WMI isn't used for a while, the boost juice tends to "leak back" or backflow to the point where there's 2-3 inches of air between the fluid and the injector. Normal? Something hooked up wrong allowing air in?
I always purge it back to normal first, is that necessary?
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Default 05-10-2019, 08:46 AM

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I've noticed when the WMI isn't used for a while, the boost juice tends to "leak back" or backflow to the point where there's 2-3 inches of air between the fluid and the injector. Normal? Something hooked up wrong allowing air in?
I always purge it back to normal first, is that necessary?
Completely normal. One purge is fine before doing runs just to be safe.


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Default 05-10-2019, 11:36 AM

For those with IAT wires.

I looked and could not find the install. Does anyone have pics of where it gets installed.

Also what needs to be enable on the JB4 to run it.

I have WMI, thanks everyone.
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Default 05-10-2019, 11:40 AM

The Teflon paste is only needed on the threaded fittings correct? The fitting that go to the line just push in? How do I know the filter is in the correct position. What about the wire on the filter is that just a ground?
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Default 05-10-2019, 11:45 AM

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The Teflon paste is only needed on the threaded fittings correct? The fitting that go to the line just push in? How do I know the filter is in the correct position. What about the wire on the filter is that just a ground?
Yes the paste is just for the threaded fittings.

Yes the hose just pushes in.

The filter has an arrow on it that indicates the direction of flow.

One of the black wires is for ground. The other black wire attaches to the FSB green connection.
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Default 05-10-2019, 11:48 AM

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Yes the paste is just for the threaded fittings.

Yes the hose just pushes in.

The filter has an arrow on it that indicates the direction of flow.

One of the black wires is for ground. The other black wire attaches to the FSB green connection.
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Did you have to solder anything ?

The hose pushed in do you need to tighten the nut ?
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Default 05-10-2019, 12:00 PM

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Thank You!

Did you have to solder anything ?

The hose pushed in do you need to tighten the nut ?
No I didn't solder anything.

You take the fitting apart, slide the plastic piece over the hose, push the hose onto the metal piece then tighten down. It's kind of hard to explain with words. Take a look at this video. Just fast forward to 10:48. It will give you a good idea of what I am failing at explaining with words.

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Default 05-10-2019, 12:32 PM

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No I didn't solder anything.

You take the fitting apart, slide the plastic piece over the hose, push the hose onto the metal piece then tighten down. It's kind of hard to explain with words. Take a look at this video. Just fast forward to 10:48. It will give you a good idea of what I am failing at explaining with words.

How To Connect A Water Line To Your Refrigerator (+Tips Tricks) | GOT2LEARN - YouTube
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Default 05-10-2019, 12:33 PM

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Good to know for posterity. We have full kits and components on our site as needed to cobble it together for you.
For those with IAT wires.

I looked and could not find the install. Does anyone have pics of where it gets installed.

Also what needs to be enable on the JB4 to run it.

I have WMI, thanks everyone.
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Default 05-10-2019, 06:06 PM

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For those with IAT wires.

I looked and could not find the install. Does anyone have pics of where it gets installed.

Also what needs to be enable on the JB4 to run it.

I have WMI, thanks everyone.
The optional IAT wire goes in as shown. We'll advise on settings for it once we see logs but a normal starting setting is 6cyl timing = 30 for a mild IAT increase.
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Default 05-10-2019, 06:14 PM

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The optional IAT wire goes in as shown. We'll advise on settings for it once we see logs but a normal starting setting is 6cyl timing = 30 for a mild IAT increase.
Thank You!

Do I need to enable bit 3 on fud options?

What does the 30 value do? What would decreasing the value to 20 or 10 do? Just curious.

Do I Leave this on only when using meth or all the time?
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Default 05-11-2019, 08:17 PM

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Start with boost juice 49/51 mix as it's really easy. Then you can evaluate down the road. you'll make more power with a stronger mix but it's harder to source.
Luckily for me I live a few miles away from Torco. They sell 99.95% Pure Methanol for about $4/gal, so it's super cheap to mix up a bottle with some distilled water.
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Default 05-11-2019, 08:39 PM

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Thank You!

Do I need to enable bit 3 on fud options?
No.

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What does the 30 value do? What would decreasing the value to 20 or 10 do? Just curious.

Do I Leave this on only when using meth or all the time?
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Lower values make IAT higher and higher values make IAT lower. If it's set wrong you'll have tuning problems so best to just follow whatever we suggest for it unless you're experienced at reading your logs and making your own tuning changes.


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Default 05-12-2019, 10:47 AM

How do you recommend that we tap the 1-Gallon Tank? I wasn't expecting it to come in without a fitting attached to it already, since the kit purchased was application specific. Thanks!
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Default 05-13-2019, 12:57 PM

Hi Terry Im doing the DIY conical filter thingy and since I want WMI,but want to mount the pump in front. I think by either removing the intake box on passengers side or trimming the intake box I can mount the WMI pump inside the intake box ,or on the fender well... of course the pump will be mounted on a base first.....the question is....can you show me where to pick up the electrical connections in the front of the car...since all of your install directions are for the trunk? thanks Wash
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Default 05-13-2019, 01:21 PM

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How do you recommend that we tap the 1-Gallon Tank? I wasn't expecting it to come in without a fitting attached to it already, since the kit purchased was application specific. Thanks!
Something like this:

Drill and tap


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How do you recommend that we tap the 1-Gallon Tank? I wasn't expecting it to come in without a fitting attached to it already, since the kit purchased was application specific. Thanks!
Psykostevo lemme help ya....yes we both know you cant tap a plastic wall only a 1/4 inch thick at best......so what you need is a miniature thru bulkhead fitting here ya go sumthin like this will make a nice no leak fitting for your tank

1/8" Body x 1/4" Hose Barb Bulkhead Unvalved Nipple | U.S. Plastic Corp.


3/8 bulkhead | U.S. Plastic Corp.
......check some of these too

looky looky here 90 degree elbow swivel 5/32" Tube OD x 1/4" MNPTF Super Speedfit® Male Swivel Elbow Tube Fitting | U.S. Plastic Corp.



now im cookin pushtubing thru the bulkhead.....easy peasy 3/8" Black PP Bulkhead Union | U.S. Plastic Corp.


another company https://www.freshwatersystems.com/pr...nion-1-4-x-1-4

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Default 05-14-2019, 08:36 AM

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Psykostevo lemme help ya....yes we both know you cant tap a plastic wall only a 1/4 inch thick at best......so what you need is a miniature thru bulkhead fitting here ya go sumthin like this will make a nice no leak fitting for your tank

1/8" Body x 1/4" Hose Barb Bulkhead Unvalved Nipple | U.S. Plastic Corp.


3/8 bulkhead | U.S. Plastic Corp.
......check some of these too

looky looky here 90 degree elbow swivel 5/32" Tube OD x 1/4" MNPTF Super Speedfit® Male Swivel Elbow Tube Fitting | U.S. Plastic Corp.



now im cookin pushtubing thru the bulkhead.....easy peasy 3/8" Black PP Bulkhead Union | U.S. Plastic Corp.


another company https://www.freshwatersystems.com/pr...nion-1-4-x-1-4

This one states Pressure Range: 0-145 psi. The pump says 200psi.
1/8" Body x 1/4" Hose Barb Bulkhead Unvalved Nipple | U.S. Plastic Corp.


Does anyone who has used this tank have any pictures or can they explain how they went about tapping the tank and the fitting they used?
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Default 05-14-2019, 11:03 AM

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This one states Pressure Range: 0-145 psi. The pump says 200psi.
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Does anyone who has used this tank have any pictures or can they explain how they went about tapping the tank and the fitting they used?
I posted a link, here it is again

Buy the Century Drill Tool 93201 1/8-27npt 21/64in. Combo | Hardware World



Use that to drill, then tap. Then you install the 1/8NPT to 1/4 compression fitting we provided.


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Default 05-14-2019, 11:49 AM

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I posted a link, here it is again

Buy the Century Drill Tool 93201 1/8-27npt 21/64in. Combo | Hardware World



Use that to drill, then tap. Then you install the 1/8NPT to 1/4 compression fitting we provided.
I saw that. The plastic is so thin will that hold tightly? It doesn't seem like there will be much to thread into.
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use one like this for the tank.... use some E600 sealant on threads ...........Wash

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