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Meth injection
firstsvo Offline
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I bought a snow performance meth injection from a member I think here (or maybe TF) and I need a new nozzle. There are no markings on the one I have and the threads are a mess. Being they are $25.00 each, does anybody have any experience with these as to which size may be the best to at least get started? There are six of them ranging from 60/ml/min all the way up to 625ml/min. Any clues would be helpful. All I remember was him saying it was a "smaller" one. I think. lol. Thanks... Chuck
White '88 auto mostly stock, Black '88 5 speed nowhere near stock
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Tom Senior Offline
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#2
Mine is .030 on my TC 2.3 Smile
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firstsvo Offline
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#3
Any idea what that is in their measure? There's a local machine shop here. Maybe they have a precision pin set to check it. I guess snow performance can go by that. I'm thinking this is the smallest jet. Can't imagine a whole much smaller. lol.
White '88 auto mostly stock, Black '88 5 speed nowhere near stock
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Tom Senior Offline
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#4
Mine is marked. Maybe you can use a small drill bit to see what the size it is. Smile Wink
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86XR7auto Offline
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#5
$25.00 wow.... I would like to see a picture of that piece of brass. www.smcenterprises.com is super good guy to deal with. His fittings are cheap.

Travis

ie if they are the same....just order from him. $5.00 a piece last time I checked.
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firstsvo Offline
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#6
Scroll to the bottom of their page for the pricing. I'll try calling SMC and see if theirs will fit. Looks different in the pics and I can't find the nozzles listed seperately. I'll look again.

http://www.snowperformance.net/product.php?pk=23
White '88 auto mostly stock, Black '88 5 speed nowhere near stock
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xcrunnerbd Offline
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#7
Try nozzles from McMaster Carr too. Something like $3-4.
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86XR7auto Offline
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#8
Same idea as www.smcenterprises.com but its a slightly different setup. You probably could get a whole new end and hose and test it out. Might end up being a similar price.

Good luck,

Travis
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