Let me know if you have any other questions or how i can help.as quoted from that article:
"For engines that are fueled solely by methanol, such as race engines, it’s quite common to see ice form on the outside of the intake manifolds during operation. Methanol is able to cool down the intake air temperatures entering the cylinder head so well, that when used as the primary fuel on a forced induction engines, an intercooler is not needed no matter what the boost levels are. Most surprisingly, engines can also be ran without a radiator. This being a true testament to the cooling effects offered by methanol."
That's some pretty amazing tuning. or else the motor is under water.
Referring to drag cars or dragsters. Not street cars. No radiator is needed for such a short race.
you can make your own injection kit with a NOS nozzle and solenoid, fuel cell, electric fuel pump, and adjustable fuel regulator. push the button and spray it in.
You can do this but you wont get good atomization at all and the performance of the system will suffer. I've seen guys use various pumps which make anywhere between 14-50 psi and thats just not enough. Our pumps come pre-set at 200 psi and can be adjusted up to 250 psi.
Additionally, nitrous nozzles are designed for use with nitrous and gasoline. Not gasoline or a fluid alone. Try it and see what it looks like. We use a special high pressure nozzle which spins the fluid just as it leaves the tip of the nozzles. Giving you a very nice hollow cone spray pattern and great atomization.
For more information on our nozzles click on the image below.
only problem I'd guess is you'd go richer? and have to jet leaner? FI car, prob no change in mapping.
This where it depends on the application you have and what type of fluid you will want to use. With carburetted systems we will never run pure methanol as it will have a dramatic effect on air fuel requiring you to de jet the carburetor. You don't want to do this. Instead run a mixture that contains 20-50% methanol at most the rest water. That way it doesn't have a big impact on air fuel.
Fuel injected applications with full tuning capabilities go for it. I like to run pure meth.