looks awesome. i never realized the interest in these trucks. i just got rid of my 97 f250 powerstroke crew cab short bed 4x4[/URL][/IMG]
Thanks :thumbupKevin,the rig looks great:thumbup
Which kit did you go with?
I am looking at trying to lower my EGT's also.Those Baby Swamps are awesome but man,it gets real hot real quick..
You can always count on walmart for selling cheap and weak products :hahaOh, interesting tidbit. I had no idea until yesterday, but Walmart has a separate website dedicated to MSDS sheets for every product they make. I mention this because according to the MSDS, their cheap Super Tech Windshield Washer Fluid is apparently just over 30% methanol, with the rest being water. So that's what im running in the tank :thumbup
I bought the CMGS kit because it is the most tunable. Its my understanding that the basic kits which use a boost switch, merely turn on when you hit your desired boost level. The CMGS & VC2 are both progressive controllers. This means you set a start point (say 5psi) where they start injecting, and progressively ramp up injection rate as boost increases until it gets to 100% duty cycle, which you also set. For example, I have mine set to come on at 5PSI, and to run at 100% at 20 PSI. The controller will progressively inject more until it gets to 100%, whereas the simple boost switches are just on/off. This actually allows me to inject more water since it doesn't inject at 100% at 5PSI like it would if I only had a switch.Kev ,the kit that you have is a little (way:toothless) out of my price range.Is the stage one kit any good?What is the big difference between the 2?
That's the problem with living on the side of a mountain, the slope is against you when climbing in the pass side, and its with you for the d.side. So its really easy for me, but actually most of my passengers have issues climbing into it when it is in its parking spot. I just like to bust her chops cuz she's short :toothlessTell her to work on her "jumping" legs.