Originally posted by hihosilver
at the other end of the manifold is a vacuum port that might work better, unless your propane inj. is greater pressure than the turbo, if it is higher pressure than the turbo your boost gage will reflect this. on the plus side if you inj. at the turbo the cooler propane should really help.
Thanx... are you speaking of the bajo bolt or the one below it?
I have already spoke with the designer of the system I'm using and this area is not good for injecting cause it is at the end of the air flow and wont evenly distribute the vaporized gas. BUTTTTTTTTTTTTT
It has other use potential to me if their is a port back there,
AKA --> wastegate controller! Can you give me more detail of where the port you speak of is?
PS... yes, I know they are not vacume ports. and Yes both injectors are greater pressure than the turbo.
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Last edited by coachgeo; 06-14-2003 at 11:30 AM.