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Water/Methanol injection for 7.3 idi not turbo?

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Old 12-10-2011, 10:55 PM
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What gains could one expect with water/methanol injecting a naturally aspirated 7.3 idi?
Any and all experiences appreciated.
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Old 12-10-2011, 11:01 PM
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not to much, maybe 5-10 hp. and thats a big maybe.
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:08 PM
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What about a turboed one with a Banks cold air intake?
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Again not much... Water injection should be used to cool egt's. If your looking for HP gains, then look elsewhere.

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K. Thx.
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I know its probably too late to do any good, but Banks has the Water-Methanol injection for the old IDI's and it gains you between 75-175hp. So 5-10hp I call BS. But it is a new system.

This is with all due respect to the Diesel Bomber up there. Probably at the time there wasn't much, but the new diesel technology has come a long way even since 2011.

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Originally Posted by 91 7three View Post
I know its probably too late to do any good, but Banks has the Water-Methanol injection for the old IDI's and it gains you between 75-175hp. So 5-10hp I call BS. But it is a new system.

This is with all due respect to the Diesel Bomber up there. Probably at the time there wasn't much, but the new diesel technology has come a long way even since 2011.
Oh, sure, once I wear out my truck and sell it....
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They did an article on this in Diesel Power magazine on a turbo 6.9 and picked up about 30hp/50ft-lbs running a 50/50 mix.

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There's also a video displaying how the banks system works compared to others, and it maintains steady through the RPM ranges too, was a good watch
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Oh, sure, once I wear out my truck and sell it....
Geez man just tryin to help.
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