Those of us who live in cold weather climate areas don't use water in our washer fluid tank, we actually use washer fluid. Washer fluid doesn't freeze. It's a mix of water and alcohol, which is great, because alcohol has better cooling properties then water. Put a drop of water and a drop of rubbing alcohol or isopropol(sp?) on your arm, and see which one evaporates faster? The alcohol will evaporate much faster. Also, when alcohol evaporates, it takes more eneregy to do so, and it takes the heat out as energy. It's pretty basic physics. This is why many people run alcohol inj in forced induction cars, lots of cooling power, more then water. Plus you get added octane because the alcohol has octane in it.Dstatesmp said:Do You Still Use Window Cleaner>? How Do You Keep It From Frezzin If Its Winter And You Only Use Water???? Please Help
Why would you be screwed? If you wanted to install the stock air box, install the s2 sprayer as the directions say. A little more work, but not screwed.CrosbySRT said:I thought about running a second resevoir for the IC sprayer, but then again, if you ever want to reinstall the stock airbox, you would be screwed. I went ahead and just used the windshield washer jug.
Well, I made it and it came out good. Only problem is the 4 to 1 connector, It's leaking like crazy. I think I was supposed to tighten up the orange ends on that thing. They were loose, but I messed with them and I thought they were supposed to be. I was wrong, water leaks out like crazy. Not from the glue connections, but from the orange to grey part.john k said:LTLVIPR and ayat got me thinking. Has anybody made a permanent resovoir for their s2 sprayer? There is a lot of room where the airbox used to be. That is a great idea, could still use the washer pump as usual. Real good idea.
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