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    PS.. Why bother with smaller pulley etc when we know you want to Gen V it etc.
    I drink..so consider that when reading my posts.

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    I actually walked away from one in the junkyard yesterday. Not yet...
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    Trans cooler is finish mounted. Had to change out the top fitting due to limited real estate. I *think * I have all the fittings I need to plumb it. Running in series, going directly into the top radiator boss with a M18-1.5 o-ring fitting x -6AN and into the trans case with a 1/4"-18 NPS x -6AN.

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    Looks good.. you need it in that heat
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    well, when you can get a decently low mileage gen 5 for a hundred bucks off of LKQonline...
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    Thanks Bill. Yeah, out running errands yesterday with an air temp of 107, the trans temp just barely tipped over 200. I much prefer to keep it under 180

    Marshal, $100 is about what the local Pull a part gets after all the BS fees. I'll get there someday. Back when I had my GP, you would never see a GENV in the yard. I've seen 2 of them in the last 6 months. They're out there. I'm not worried.

    I'm thinking methanol injection would be my next best bang for the buck, after the headers are on. Best fuel I can get here is 91. Well, there is one E85 station up the road, but that's not super practical for the family vehicle.
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    water methanol injection works good, just have to be able to monitor your air fuel ratio and be able to subtract fuel. I put my water methanol tank in the trunk, but you don't have to, just have to make sure you mount the pump at the lowest possible point.
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    When I got my Regal (well the white one) I wanted not white and NA to consider rockers and a turbo. We all know that didn't work out. But I would have liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMarshal View Post
    water methanol injection works good, just have to be able to monitor your air fuel ratio and be able to subtract fuel. I put my water methanol tank in the trunk, but you don't have to, just have to make sure you mount the pump at the lowest possible point.
    Thanks for the feedback. Long term plans include installing a WB. I'll weld the bung in the headers before I install them so I'm all ready when that time comes.

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    When I got my Regal (well the white one) I wanted not white and NA to consider rockers and a turbo. We all know that didn't work out. But I would have liked it.
    So you're saying things don't always go as planned?
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    Ill be doing meth and a WB sooner rather than later, id be happy to share my experience.
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    meth rules. you know if you cant get e85 anyways lol

    i went from a 3.2 on a gen 3, 8.5 psi, at 14 wot. added meth, in 20 minutes time i was on a 2.8 and 21 at 13 psi.

    i set my start to spray at 6 psi, max at 10 psi. if driving normal the meth dont spray. aem kit has a led light to let you know when its on.

    98 Buick Regal GS, F body brakes, Caddy STS wheels, tinted tails L36 bottom end, lightly ported heads, 1.95 roller rockers, headers, gen 5 N* 3.0 pulley, FSIC, 42 lb injectors, a BrandonHall rebuilt trans, DHP tuned and AEM water/Meth injection https://goo.gl/gpV5kW
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