I was reading the DO site and they said that the place that lowers the intake temps the lowest is in the intake manifold. Since this is the primary reason im adding WI i figured i might as well do it right the first time right?
"6 Intake manifold
This location can be the most complex area to install. Usually requiring that he intake be removed for access. Injecting here is going to yield the largest water/methanol droplets. And with the closer proximity to the combustion chambers is going to provide a larger amount of mixture into the cylinders. Doing this usually requires more fuel from the factory system be removed. This option is best for max cooling.
The water here is being injected in a manner much like port fuel injection and it is the bigger water molecules being injected here that have a more direct effect of in cylinder cooling and injection here has more of an effect of altering the flame front of the combustion charge in a way much like a higher octane fuel. To take full advantage of this nozzle location it is suggested that trimming away some of the factory dumped fuel be done. In other words, in order to take advantage of the better properties of water over fuel for cooling and injecting water at this location, you want to remove the dumped fuel and actually REPLACE this with water. This injection point with a pretty sophisticated WI control method allows for the most advantageous use of water injection. The drawback for nozzles located heres is kit/component complexity, install complexity, additional labor, possible machine shop costs, and possible additional parts costs." - Devils Own WI
Where to locate your alcohol-water injection nozzle
I was thinking the best place to mount it and came up with a few deductions.
1. Minimize obstruction as to not throw off the air flow.
2. Easily tightened if my previous picks show it correctly mounted.
3. Even (as possible) span across all 4 runners.
I am a fabricator rather than an en⋅gi⋅neer. Maybe somone can chime in?