Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 19:37:36 -0500
From: turbospgnopsamsouth.net
Subject: Re: Re- water injcion (injection ?)


if it went to the turbo, it wouldheat up the water too soon, it goes in the intake manifold of the engine, not in the turbo, then thru the intercooler etc... werner wrote: > I have been thinking of this also and have the following plans for my car > (87 900 16 valves). It consists of a screen wash pump directing a jet of > water via a screen wash jet directly to the intake of the turbo. I am > thinking this will cause much atomization of the water and hence will be > absorbing the heat of the intake charge. I will trigger the pump via a > pressure switch - perhaps a modified over boost switch and alter the > delivery of water via resistor control on the pump. Also I will disconnect > the fuel boost switch on the throttle as there will be no need for the > extra fuel to be doing the cooling. To conclude I will also remove the > intercooler as this is being very bad for the airflow and I can now have > the good throttle response like my old 83 T8. > I would be interested to hear opinions on this idea. > > Werner

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