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    CM10 nozzle logs! god this thing rules

    I picked up a CM10 nozzle after hearing such good reviews and seeing some very promising logs... I gotta say, this is a great nozzle.

    The following logs are using a measly 50/50 mix + pump 93... can't wait to see how it goes when I up the meth content again!

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    Im pretty sure the nozzles will be interchangeable....I plan on running one of these or whatever Snow Performance has comparable to it in Dans car. I think my customer might go for it as well.


    Come to think of it, I MIGHT have a CM10 nozzle lying around at the shop Click here to enlarge

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    looking good Jpsimon!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Matt@Camber-Toe Click here to enlarge
    Im pretty sure the nozzles will be interchangeable....I plan on running one of these or whatever Snow Performance has comparable to it in Dans car. I think my customer might go for it as well.


    Come to think of it, I MIGHT have a CM10 nozzle lying around at the shop Click here to enlarge

    hmmm...im dreaming of running 21+psi all day everyday...

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    Timing looks good, bout 9-10 degrees post shift.
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    what gear was that?? 3rd or 4th?? Looks good.... 19.1 psi
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    top one is 3rd, second one is 3rd shifting to 4th
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    looks like boost actually drops below 9 during the shift? I know your MT but my jb3 logs have me above 14 my whole run (AT). I am having timing issues and I can't figure out why my timing is dropping. It looks like my controller is turning off for a second but my jb3 boost log says it should not be cutting down. I am going to move my my max spray down to about 9 psi and see if it keeps the hiccup from occuring. timing is running up above 14 through most of the gear so I know I have enough octane in the mix.
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    Looking good jpsimon. I also installed the CM10 but unfortunatley fitted it the same time as the Stett Charge pipe hence moving the nozzle forward close to the throttle body and have not realized a benifit. Will have to move it back and see.

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    Further back definitely works better.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Further back definitely works better.
    I noticed that. I am one of these impulse shoppers and when I ordered the Stett pipe I was not thinking. When fitting the pipe the day before some races I realized what I had done. Too late to change the location.

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    what about a dual setup? in theory it should work rather well, providing a good combination no? I had a single CM10 in the "further" stett location and had no known problems, but i have since upgraded to dual CM7's. 1 in the chargpipe elbow and 1 in the same "further" stett bung.

    flow is set to 15% @ 7.5psi and 100%@ 16psi. i havent had a chance to even try WOT, let-alone log anything, so im curious

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    dual 7 ? not too much ?

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    CM10 nozzle FTW. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by n54BoostOnCoke Click here to enlarge
    dual 7 ? not too much ?
    not when controlled progressivley and witht he right mix for the PSI used Click here to enlarge

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    just picked up a cm10 because My cm 7 screwed into my ER charge pipe and almost reached the ID of the pipe. The cm 10 I got was a bit shorter. Dave said I could send it back and he could put the internals of the 10 into a longer CM7. Anyone else using a CM 10 in an ER charge pipe? The shorter cm 10 will likely be a 1/4 inch from the ID where as the Cm 7 was closer to 1/8th of an inch away. Ideally I would like to have the face in the ID but that doesn't seem possible even with the longer cm nozzle version. Anyone have experience with CM10 and ER pipe? Does anyone think it will make a real difference?
    Im thinking the Cm 10 is shortened to fit in the CM elbow just right...
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    Just a quick update in regard to the M7 to CM10 upgrade on my car. I gained 2mph in exit speed over the quarter with no additional tuning and the meth nozzle moving from the intercooler side to throttle. Albeit the temp was 39 degress celcius so gains will be less noticeable in cooler heat but WOW!!!

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    Using the Stett? I beleive that the stett pipe has deeper bungs than the ER pipe. I assume if you have the shorter cm 10 in that deep bung that I should be ok to install mine. Dave said he would swap them out if it was un-used. I am so anxious to try it but I don't want the spray pattern to hit the sides of the bung on the way out. Im sure it will be fine, but I want it to be optimal.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    Just a quick update in regard to the M7 to CM10 upgrade on my car. I gained 2mph in exit speed over the quarter with no additional tuning and the meth nozzle moving from the intercooler side to throttle. Albeit the temp was 39 degress celcius so gains will be less noticeable in cooler heat but WOW!!!
    2 MPH? That is incredible.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by mobilefitt Click here to enlarge
    Using the Stett? I beleive that the stett pipe has deeper bungs than the ER pipe. I assume if you have the shorter cm 10 in that deep bung that I should be ok to install mine. Dave said he would swap them out if it was un-used. I am so anxious to try it but I don't want the spray pattern to hit the sides of the bung on the way out. Im sure it will be fine, but I want it to be optimal.
    Yes I am using the stett. I have not done scientific testing to see if the front fitment is better or worse but I can surely say that the move to the CM10 even though it is at the less popular location worked out as a big positive for me.

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