Intercooler upgrades..

Chewy4000 at Chewy4000 at
Wed Mar 20 07:36:16 EST 2002

I have used 2 fuel injectors to spray the cooler. A line coming from a nice plastic container in the trunk.
The only think its was to a switch not a temp control wich sounds good.
But the injectors have a nice spray pattern, I think.


In a message dated Wed, 20 Mar 2002 12:10:21 AM Eastern Standard Time, Brett Dikeman <brett at> writes:

> At 5:29 PM -0800 3/19/02, CL Wong wrote:
> >I wonder if anyone has tried hooking up an intercooler
> >spritzer like the one in this link:
> >
> >
>    I have one, bought it used from a VW 1.8t owner.  It's sitting in a 
> box, because I've so far been stumped as to how to get good coverage 
> on the IC from a spritzer(he included one, but its a cone spray.)
>    I'm open to suggestions.  I was sort of thinking of some sort of 
> arrangement with several small sprayers along a PVC pipe(ie like a 
> fuel rail.)  The challenge is setting up something that won't drip 
> water out the front of the car("hey buddy, yer Owdie is leaking 
> somethin.")  A catalog for drip/small spray irrigation just arrived a 
> few days ago, and has the wheels turning again.
> I was planning on running a pipe along the undercarriage, zip-tied to 
> a brake or fuel line, and into the trunk, where I was going to use a 
> few-gallon sized flexible membrane water bag for storing the water.
> It's really too bad water injection, which would also work well, eats 
> through exhausts like crazy(or so I'm told.)
> Brett
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