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Old 09-12-2006, 02:28 AM   #1
Ben Crowson
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Default Flow sensor placement

I am in the process of putting together a single stage diy kit for my stage 2+ wrx. 50/50 meth mix- will be using 150 psi shurflo pump rated for meth, 3 filters in all, pressure gauge, tank level sensor, solenoid (simple boost actuated at first- not sold on the utility of a boost based progressive controller yet due stock turbo/injectors with my setup and research I have done). My question is- where should I place the adjustable flow monitors I purchased: http://www.flw.com/chemtec/chemtec.htm
I got the 316ss ones by the way- rated to 3000 psi, 220 degrees, etc-
I got two - one normally open, one closed- I plan on using one for low flow and one for sensing high flow i guess (clogged injector). Picked them up brand new for 25 bucks so I hope I can integrate them in to the system- if not they were cheap
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