tx marine said:ok, maybe i'm missin the point of this...are you wanting to inject water into the intake manifold? :think: sounds like that would be a bad idea :imo
Physh1 said:It it a nice thing to add to blower and turbo systems. What brand of blower? The only negative to this is when you use it too much. Problem is that it will actually wash the cylinder walls and rings free of any oil. Again, that is constant use....not occasional.
Here are a few links...
http://www.carollsuperchargering.com/ - They have a good amount of info on gasseous intercooling. Putting it roughly water injection is to intercooler as nitrous is to supercharger.
James B., who is a regular on the pac audio forum has a rather extensively modded whippled Tahoe. Here are some great links to some of his threads. He's running the Carroll GenIV system. It's 100% reliable and issueless - works great. Here's a history of his progress with it.
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His current configuration, as I last knew, was a 2.5" pulley, making 9-10psi boost with the 15GPH nozzle.
Its like a heater, except backwards. They run cool water though a heat exhanger and blow the hot air from the supercharger over the exchanger, cooling the air and since cold air is more dense you can pack more of it into the same space, so you can add more fuel and make more power. Same concept as a cold air intake except much fancier.tx marine said:ok, i'm still not understandin how it works. got a pic of it? :think: