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    Water Injection Video



    Looks like BMW added water injection to the BMW M4 Safety Car

    http://blog.caranddriver.com/the-wat...ter-injection/
    Let me get this straight... You are swapping out parts designed by hundreds of engineers that get paid thousands of dollars for something you bought at Pep Boys because your buddy who doesn't have a job told you it was 'better'?!?

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    Here is the car unveiled at Geneva.





    13 pictures and full article


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    Car looks amazing, and it would be a great add-on with the water cooled system.

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    Just a question, water injection cools down in the intake charge thereby reducing its tendency to knock, then can you raise the amount of boost and still stay in the margin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRabbit76 View Post
    Just a question, water injection cools down in the intake charge thereby reducing its tendency to knock, then can you raise the amount of boost and still stay in the margin?
    Yup.
    Let me get this straight... You are swapping out parts designed by hundreds of engineers that get paid thousands of dollars for something you bought at Pep Boys because your buddy who doesn't have a job told you it was 'better'?!?

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