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Old 06-24-2012, 02:16 PM   #16
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Thats a lot of Info, I am think about going with Water injector at some point. There is a Boost controller that has output signals for water injection. Is it better to just use one of the Controllers that Aquamist sells in a kit?






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They are more advanced than most standalones. Lol. They are exp as shit though but well worth the money. Anyone that owns their products will tell you that.
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I found a great source for sizing nozzles...

http://howertonengineering.com/tech-...ating-jetting/

The flow chart you should use depends on the pump you have. This can be found in your manual.

Thanks Richard and Howerton engineering!
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They are one of the few companies that actually stock aquamist parts and manuals. very good service also.
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