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Adding Methanol

Discussion in 'Performance' started by BoosTTed C6, Oct 12, 2020.

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  1. BoosTTed C6

    BoosTTed C6 TYF Newbie

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    I have a 2018 Premier, 5.3, with a SLP supercharger and custom tune. It runs well and the blower has been on for almost two years. I am adding methanol in the coming month - an Alkycontrol kit. Curious to know if anyone has done so and, if so, what kind of gains they have seen. I am not pullying down, just tuning for meth.

    I have meth on my corvette and I know the gains there but that is a radical build and this is a stock motor with a little forced induction.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. gat0r

    gat0r Full Access Member

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    maybe
    @NORCAL SS or @Dave Jr
    maybe Jenna @ blackbear too
    maybe one more but cant recall name

    if you dont get response here, may also try performance trucks forum too
     
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    Dumb question. Just curious, back in the day the blown vette guys would actually use the windshield washer reservoir and pump to spray meth in the intake. Is that still an option?
     
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    Washer pump is not strong enough to get proper atomization but yes that is an easy tank to retrofit you can keep it functional and spray -20 in the intake and on the windshield.
     
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