Attached are pictures of my new rear mounted water/meth tank. Holds 4 gallons, has water level sensor, baffles, lower sump and fills from top. Advantages are miles and miles before refills, better traction and fills the void left by the useless spare tire, so out of sight and doesn't clutter engine compartment.
I'm using Snow's new DI water injection system which was just released and the computer controller can be infinitely mapped. See what you think!
For those forced induction vehicles that have an issue of not being able to run higher boost level due to inadequate fuel supply or detonation concerns, ( this applies mainly to FI LLT's ) use a methanol injection system, similar to the one I use and run 100% meth. This will give you all the supplemental fuel you need to run 10 PSI boost and beyond and raises the effective octane rating 10-20 points. Certainly a great way to overcome stock fuel system limitations and detonation issues. On my particular vehicle, I use a 50/50 mix of meth and distilled water, due to the fact that I fabricated a 4" MAF charge tube and the stock fuel systems computer is recalibrated (scaled) and allows support of 10 PSI boost without maxing out the MAF and running out of fuel. The 50/50 mix super cools the combustion process, allowing for more boost without loss of ignition timing. And as a bonus, the mix cleans the valves and chamber at the same time.
For those who are not familiar with water/meth injection, go to Snow Performance web site and read the information about it. A real revelation to extra horsepower and safety margins.