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    I am thinking about installing a Burger tuning WMI system. I wanted to know if the benefits would be worth the cost if anyone has some experience to share? What would be the best nozzle size and configuration for my set up? What BEF map would I need to use with E50 and WMI? Also I am currently running on map 2 and would like to move up to map 3 is there any other steps other than number 3 in the meth safety mode box if I am not currently running WMI? Thanks

    RB 2 plus turbos
    Dual cone intakes
    VRSF charge pipe, inlets and silicone intakes
    Tial BOV
    7 inch stepped intercooler
    stage 2 low pressure fuel pump on E50
    E85 BEF
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  • #2
    You can stick with the E85 flash for hybrid turbos and take a log. I'd recommend running map 5 next and map 3 when you get meth installed.

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    • #3
      Steve do you have a recommendation on the WMI nozzle set up and size that I should run? My charge pipe only has one hole would it be better to drill a tap it for dual injectors? And where would be the best location for dual injectors?

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      • #4
        I prefer smaller nozzles like BM5 and BM7 so dual nozzles is better IMO. Or do DPMI (Direct port meth injection, better volume and distribution.

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