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I'm having an AEM system with dual nozzles, 5 gallon tank and progressive controller fitted next week, on my 64 reg R35. Has anyone else installed WMI on their G T-R. It's being done for cooler IAT and higher octane, rather than aggressive timing advance. My previous car, an MGZTV8 had a Snow Performance system fitted, which worked well.
 

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I'm having an AEM system with dual nozzles, 5 gallon tank and progressive controller fitted next week, on my 64 reg R35. Has anyone else installed WMI on their G T-R. It's being done for cooler IAT and higher octane, rather than aggressive timing advance. My previous car, an MGZTV8 had a Snow Performance system fitted, which worked well.
Why dont you fit bigger intercooler?
 

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ive been running w/m devil own system on my rs4 for about 10 years now, its knocks a solid 10 degrees off the intake temps and added 30 hp on the dyno when switched on , the car went from 655hp to 685 running twin d03 nozzles on a 50/50 water methanol mix . the car isn't mapped on it . its just additional
 

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Fit a Flex fuel kit and run ethanol would deliver more power.

Curious why you are going down the Methanol + Water injection route?
 

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Every little bit of power helps. It has a Linney Flex Fuel Kit, plus 330LPH ethanol resistant pumps, 1050 injectors, Okada Projects coil packs and HKS plugs. I found WMI worked well on my last car (MG ZT V8) for minimal cost. Cooler IAT's and higher octane are always good, even without timing advance. I think the GT-R ecu will do some dynamic fuel mapping itself.
 
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