After many years of running a do it yourself
alcohol injection kit I finally bought one of my supplier's kits.
Well, I was thoroughly impressed with his product and I am now a dealer
for them! Buy from someone who has actually installed this kit and
Designed to be used on the 86-7 Turbo Regals,
the COMPLETE kit has everything you need included to install.
Detailed instructions and manufacturer support. The heart of the
system is a specially modified high pressure pump designed to be used
with methanol. It easily mounts on the front bumper support and is
hidden from view.
The brains behind the system is a progressive
controller (PAC) that activates the alcohol flow gradually. You
can mount it with tie wraps under the steering column or as I did, on
the HVAC unit behind the glovebox door. The remote that has a test
button on it and also an adjustment knob is easily mounted between the
radio pod and the main dash and some people have mounted them in the
dash as well. We can assist with custom engraved dash panels if
you wish to go that route.
The reservoir tank for the alky is a new GM
tank that is normally used for coolant! A low level sensor is installed
as well as special fittings to connect to the braided hose that supplies
the pump. The complete kit includes a 3 bar MAP sensor which is
necessary for proper operation of the system. The 2 bar MAP
sensor is not rated for higher boost so this is a must have item.
The kit is available without it if you already have one.
A mini tank is included as well with the
complete kit. We also offer an aluminum
tank for coolant overflow if desired which must be ordered
Components as shown:
PAC Progressive controller
Modified pump (for methanol)
Inline filter assembly
Braided hoses pre-assembled
GM reservoir w/ low level
Harness, loom, connectors, ties
3 Bar MAP sensor
Complete kit price - $660
1 year parts/labor warranty.
Complete kit MINUS the 3 bar sensor - $600
to mount the control knob assembly in your dash? We have custom
made panels that allow you to do that in the lower panels of your main
dash. Looks just like GM did it. Click
here to go to that page, located towards the bottom!