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    Internal Nozzle in an Aftermarket Charge Pipe? will that work?

    I was thinking about trying an internal DO nozzle in my new charge pipe's bung. Its threaded most of the way through and I was going to drive it in from the inside out. Then use an inlet piece from a nozzle holder and create a fluid line inside the bung. The bung itself would encapsulate the meth and act like the nozzle holder.

    Anyone try this yet?

    I though about getting a threaded tube and running it through the bung so that the bung itself didn't have to contain the meth but it should work without it... shouldn't it?
    2007 E90 non sport, JB3 2.0 18ohm, Labonte Progressive Meth, Cooling Mist Solenoid & Nozzles CM5 & M7, Ar DPs, Hyperboost Diverter Valves, M3 19s, M3 Rear Carbon Spoiler, Koni FSD, ZSP Springs

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    bump, because nobody responded

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    dont think its a good idea. best to stay with tried and true methods. but who knows you could lead the way on something new....

    .....or completly $#@! your motor if install is not perfect

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    What would be the benefit of doing this?
    Lostmarine is right, careful with the install.

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