Originally Posted by Roman@ESS
You can always tune a car to make more power at the expense of safety margin. We do not believe in tuning forced induction with the hope that a helper like water meth is being used at all times. I would not suggest altering or running anything that changes our supercharger software. There is a reason our supercharger kits have been extremely reliable over the years. If you have the money for a new motor you can definitely play around with aggressive software on a supercharger and see if you can squeeze a bit more power out of it, just make sure you can afford to pay the price tag if it goes bad
Adding water meth to our standard kits is safe and effective if done properly without changing the software or running a piggyback.
Hi Roman yeah I knew your stance on this but I was just curious if anyone else had added meth and tuned for more power. But even if someone has, maybe they wouldn't admit to that here with you guys watching
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