You need a lot of pressure to run the fogger nozzles at the required droplet size, from memory 95psi +. My setup used a 40 micron nozzle post throttle body which was triggered by a simple boost switch to come on at 10psi. A washer bottle type install will effectively pour water in which is not ideal but you're right the technology is ancient.You got to LOVE Victoria, try changing your radiator cap colour in QLD is a NO-NO.
Water? WATER? You best read and take note of some of the other threads round here and fit a catch can to get rid of that water. In the back of my mind water injection as a HP increase is not new is it? although it would have been as simple as a windscreen washer motor squirting it down the carby in those years. I had never heard of methanol/water mix, yet running methanol been there done that, and poormans methanol - 200ml fingernail polish remover [acetone] to 20lt petrol ... Man WHAT gas you running man? *cough*
Dubai? .... They are ummm crazy is about all I can say, you go down the blacktop 1/4, they go UP the sand 1/4 in 7.5 seconds
It is great to read of your endeavours
Heya pal,Would be good to see a before and after quarter video's side by side.
Look forward to following the hunt for hp, what's thw go with a cage and front runners sub 10s or you gunna wait for the tap on the shoulder and play dumb. lol
Anyway should be fun, and keep a few intertained.
I was seriously concidering flex up until i got wind of water to meth. From then on i decoded it would be better for me to stivk to water to meth.thought about a flex fuel system? saw its now possible on the fords. Then you can run 98 or e85 or anywhere in between just by filling up
Water injection has been around for years, my brother had a HQ with a sick 350 that had it, we would drive it to Calder put on slicks , run mid 10's all night, put the road tires back on and drive it home. Not sure what was more fun, Calder park or the trip there and back.
Looking forward to seeing the finished product
Hey bruv,do love your build mate, Good work on pushing the boundaries again. When are we going for a wheel?