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There are many different idea’s of where to place the nozzles or nozzles.Always place your nozzles after the turbo never add water before this can slow the turbo and can cause damage as well.
My first year I ran one nozzle in the crossover pipe. I now run three in the intake and one in crossover. Most systems are activated by an adjustable pressure switch form 1 to 20 psi.
The Snows Performance nozzle holder has built in check valve that will stop boost pressure from pushing water back while pump does not run.I use the push to lock fittings and have had no problems. If you put them into your intake you may need to place them in a way that does not interfere with your fuel injection lines. Snows comes with screens on the nozzles but still a good idea to run a proper inline filter. The kits shown will cost 325 to 450 and can be found on ebay.
Very important make sure you use a device like a boost switch or controller when wiring up your water injection pump. A toggle direct to your pump can lead to disaster. If you accidentally turn on your pump while tractor is not running the water will lay in the intake until you crank it and then good chance of a bent rod. A simple boost switch between toggle and pump will only allow pump to come on if you have boost present. Most of these switches can be adjusted…