The Water/Methanol Injection Kit is universal by design and adapts to virtually any vehicle via multiple jets to suit your car's power requirements.
AEM's Water/Methanol Injection Kit reduces air inlet temperatures, which allows you to increase boost pressure and advance timing without having to run higher-octane fuel. It's like getting to run 100+ octane gas for the price of Premium!
AEM's Water/Methanol Injection Kit includes all the features necessary to do water/alcohol injection right. No hidden costs or optional components are required. Unlike other popular kits on the market, this kit include a 1 gallon tank with a fluid level sensor standard. Also, because AEM think engine protection is a requirement, not an option, they include their Boost Safe output in every controller they design. This feature allows you to retard timing or reduce boost if the system runs out of fluid or detects an error. With the AEM Water/Methanol injection kit, you get all the best features in one low price kit.
Once installed, the Water/Methanol Injection Kit uses a boost-dependent, variable-flow progressive controller to determine the amount of water/methanol mixture (up to 50%) to feed into the inlet stream from the included one-gallon reservoir. The controller commands a progressive 150-PSI pump that delivers the mixture, and flow adjustments at the inlet are made via three included jets designed to match most engine power requirements. The result is significant horsepower gains using pump gas - at about half the cost of Racing Fuel.
- Universal kit includes everything you need for installation
- Boost safe lets you retard the timing or reduce boost if the system runs out of fluid or detects an error
- Progressive, controller-driven 150 PSI pump provides boost-dependent variable flow
- One-gallon tank with integral fluid level sensor
- Dash light for system status and low fluid warning
- Alcohol Compatible (up to 50% in solution with water)
- Includes three jets to match your power requirement
|This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 03 October, 2009.