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Does anyone have experiance with Snow Performance? Caught a pretty cool episode on Horsepower Tv this morning. They had super chraged challenger they added 40hp to with bolt ons. I think their site is getting crushed because I can't open it.
I have a buddy in Arizona that runs this system on his 6.1L Charger which is NA and no internal mods. He likes it except for filling the reservoir all the time. It's kind of like nitrous, having to fill something to have fun with it, so now he just fills it up when he's headed to the track.
I have a snow performance stage 2 kit on my 87 Mustang GT that has a 70mm turbo...it works great with boosted engines...it makes 93 octane into 116 octane when using there boost juice...great product....works awesome...
2006 BB 300C SRT8.,LMI cai,BT oil catch, bilstein shocks all around, dc sport top carbon steel strut tower bar, challanger motor mounts., alpine touch screen,Custom exhaust suitcase removed...magnaflow resonators 4 inch tips,93 CAI Tune,zex kit installed,Nitrous outlet plate.Running nano too.
Water /meth injection was designed primarily to aid in the cooling of boosted motors... mainly any HP boost is a result of lower egt's and intake temps resulting in the mild increase.. I had it on 3 diesel trucks and a heavily modified single Turbo converted GTP.
On normally aspirated engines any gains are minimal.. trust me I tried it.. my Z06 was easier to tune for higher HP with it hitting above 4k.. that's about it. Its no miracle HP gainer.. if it was the twin bottle, twin pump 4 stage kit sitting in my garage would be on my C...
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