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Re: ST205 Water-to-Air Intercooler functional from factory?

Mon Sep 09, 2013 3:38 am

A cold start injector will work for water injection. That thing mounted in the top of the intercooler is cold start injector from (I think) an '89 Camry. I won't claim it's an optimal arrangement, but it worked. It is nice to get a solenoid valve and sprayer nozzle in one unit.
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I used a peak-and-hold style injector driver circuit to drive the CSI, but it's probably not necessary. The solenoid in the CSI would just run hotter when you are injecting water.
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Re: ST205 Water-to-Air Intercooler functional from factory?

Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:09 pm

That sounds great. As long as that hole exists on my st205 engine, then I will just pop a cold start injector in there and make my own WI instead of having to drill holes.

Re: ST205 Water-to-Air Intercooler functional from factory?

Mon Sep 09, 2013 3:33 pm

CMS-GT4 wrote:That sounds great. As long as that hole exists on my st205 engine, then I will just pop a cold start injector in there and make my own WI instead of having to drill holes.


Doesn't look like it does on a standard ST205 manifold
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The St205 WRC manifold is shown here with it: http://www.gtfours.co.uk/pics/intake_man/205/manifold.htm
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