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    • Custom ProMeth eight nozzle injected Magnuson TVS2300 supercharged W204 Mercedes-AMG C63 AMG M156

      This is a very interesting custom methanol injection system for a Magnuson TVS2300 supercharged W205 Mercedes C63 AMG M156. You will notice the eight nozzles positioned on the supercharger lid/manifold which spray directly inside.


      This was done for the owner of BenzWorks but no data is provided as to how well the system is working. No doubt it is having an effect on temps and power:

      Quote Originally Posted by ProMeth
      Mercedes C63 with Magnuson TVS2300. Serge owner of #benzworks requested our help building a custom eight nozzle methanol injection system for the lid of this supercharger. While space was limited we were able to create this system using two of our GM direct port rails. Located on the inlet of each rails are two ProMeth Pulse Series solenoids along with eight check valves located on the outlet port of the methanol rail for each cylinder. It was a tight package but we made it work and the appearance turned out amazing as will be the performance.
      The question is, what is the performance exactly? Unfortunately Magnuson got in on the M156 AMG supercharger game somewhat late but the Eaton TVS blowers certainly are efficient especially at lower boost levels.

      A trick looking system regardless:

      Quote Originally Posted by ProMeth
      Our solenoid check valve technique pioneered and developed by us will make the system very responsive, eliminating any delays as you have when solenoids alone.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Custom ProMeth eight nozzle injected Magnuson TVS2300 supercharged W204 Mercedes-AMG C63 AMG M156 started by Sticky View original post
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      1. MR747's Avatar
        MR747 -
        Wowwe
      1. RNS-11Z's Avatar
        RNS-11Z -
        Why not just go e85?
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by RNS-11Z Click here to enlarge
        Why not just go e85?
        You could but you aren't going to inject it into the manifold. You could run both.