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Old 01-02-2021, 04:15 AM   #316
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Join Date: Jun 2017
Chapter/Region: E. Canada
Location: Canada
2010 STI hatch


Would running a WMI kit just above wastegate spring pressure to target boost yield maximum safety? The failsafe would be both a low level indicator and flow meter attached to the ebcs. This way, if a failure of some sort occured or the tank couldn't be filled, you could still safely drive the vehicle indefinitely without negatively impacting your AFRs.

Would there be enough of a benefit in terms of performance and anti det to run a kit for such a small range? eg. Spring pressure ~14.5 psi WMI spray 15-20psi.

Does anyone have experience running WMI in extreme cold? In Canada, I regularly see winter Temps ranging from 5f to -40f. Im also worried about pump operation.
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