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Author Topic: Has anyone built a water injection system using the windshield washer reservoir?  (Read 2112 times)

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Offline MattM

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Just wondering if anyone has done this or not?  I built the same setup in my Probe and it was very convenient because the stock windshield reservoir always told me when I was low on water/meth.  I'd like to look at using the same setup for the Sky, and I was hoping someone else has done this so I can copy their routing/mounting setup etc. 

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Yes I used the stock kappa washer reservoir and would do it again, at least with my installation I haven't had issues like leaking and I used E6000 adhesive.  You can find my detailed post from 5 years ago with pictures is on that other forum, so it has been working for 5 years.   The title of the post is: 06 Solstice Methanol Kit Install
2006 Solstice #1458, Twincharged LE5/LEA, 5757+M62, Werks exh manifold, Tial bpv/wg, Cams, dual meth, 40 PSI, Kappadapt clutch hose/flywheel bolts/trans mount, Aisin AR5, Stage 5 clutch
Turbo-only power 444whp/422wtrq

2013 Cruze Missile, tuned, 42 lb, ZZP SRI/FMIC/DP/MP/CB, Kappadapt trans mount

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Or I can just move the post to here:









2006 Solstice #1458, Twincharged LE5/LEA, 5757+M62, Werks exh manifold, Tial bpv/wg, Cams, dual meth, 40 PSI, Kappadapt clutch hose/flywheel bolts/trans mount, Aisin AR5, Stage 5 clutch
Turbo-only power 444whp/422wtrq

2013 Cruze Missile, tuned, 42 lb, ZZP SRI/FMIC/DP/MP/CB, Kappadapt trans mount

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Offline MattM

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That's fine.  I can find it.

Thanks for the information!

Yeah I think with the no lift shift my intake temps sky rocket because the turbo never stops pumping air through an entire run which really kicks the temps up much quicker than just shifting normally.

Offline TomatoSoup

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The washer bottle was the standard way that DDM did it - I assume it still is.
"That is my theory, it is mine, and belongs to me and I own it, and what it is too." (Monty Python)

 

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