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Boost your ride for maximum power and mileage while dropping temperatures and emissions. The Snow Performance Boost Cooler directly injects your engine with cool blasts of methanol so you can run harder for longer without fear of meltdown.
Whether you tow, race or just want to save fuel, methanol injection is the way to go. It works by flowing methanol and water into the combustion chambers. The methanol catalyzes combustion and keeps temps down—the water boosts power with the steam engine effect.
The Boost Cooler reduces EGTs by up to 250°F and the intake charge by up to 200°F. Temperature drops like this have a huge effect on power, torque and efficiency. Some engines can pump out an extra 100 hp with up to 10-30% better MPGs!
With 4 different kits, Snow has a system for most vehicles; from bone-stock to full race. Each kit has everything you need including detailed instructions. Installation requires some mechanical know-how, but is easily done by the savvy DIYer. Best yet, your Snow Performance Boost Cooler is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by Allen W (Bagdad, AZ) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-250 — Mar 12, 2009 7:02 AM
The boost cooler really keeps the EGT's down and helps the fuel mileage about 1-2 MPG on my 6.4 Powerstroke Diesel. It does go through a load of the juice so I recommend using an alternative that they list on the site instead of the boost juice because you won't save any money on fuel.
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Asked by Anonymous
Nov 15, 2012 4:58 PM
1992 Dodge Ram
I have a 1992 Holiday Rambler 36' motor home with a 5.9 Cummins pusher. I raplaced the 2 3/4" factory exhaust with 4 " and I think the turbo and fuel have been turned up. There is no computor or any electronics on the engine and it has a 4 speed alison tranny. I had to put on a new head due to exhaust studs that broke off. Which kit would you recommend?