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      10-29-2013 05:26 PM #1


      AT LONG LAST, WE ARE READY TO ROCK, ROLL, AND COOL YOUR MOST HARDCORP OF PROJECTS!

      We took the VW/Audi community by storm by introducing it to the world of Water/Methanol Injection...

      Now we're fitting to do it again with our own direct port technology!



      Gone are the days of inadequate mixture distribution. With direct port injection you truly have an optimized replacement for racing fuel! Furthermore, we have perfected the distribution with 25cc nozzles exclusive and proprietary to USRT with the industry's smallest orifice size at a mere 125 microns (.125mm)!




      These kits Include:
      4x 25cc Nozzles (for 6cyl there is an option to add 2x extra nozzles)
      1x Distribution Block
      1x Solenoid
      4x (feet) black High-Pressure Line
      1x Tuner's Pressure Gauge
      1x internal 40-micron filter


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      We're even taking it a step further and offering "4PLUS1" and "4PLUS2" kits. Incorporate these kits with your existing Single or Dual nozzle Snow Kits or try something new like pre-turbo injection!

      With pre-turbo injection, you spray directly in front of the compressor nut. This increases thermal efficiency and mass flow of your turbo. Is your turbo giving you all it's got? Are you sure? Pre-turbo injection will make it flow like a larger turbo so you get just a little more!

      Click the kit image to order yours today!

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      11-09-2013 04:00 AM #3
      Wow, that is seriously cool. I've been wanting to do WMI and now this makes it even more tempting.
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      11-18-2013 02:43 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by Niagara_V_Dub View Post
      Wow, that is seriously cool. I've been wanting to do WMI and now this makes it even more tempting.
      what fear have you good sir?

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      11-19-2013 02:31 AM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      what fear have you good sir?
      No fear, just poor lol. I know that once you tune properly for W/M the benifits are completely worth the startup costs... alas something else pops up before a w/m set up gets install.
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      11-19-2013 03:15 AM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by Niagara_V_Dub View Post
      No fear, just poor lol. I know that once you tune properly for W/M the benifits are completely worth the startup costs... alas something else pops up before a w/m set up gets install.
      amen! such is life! i swear everytime i wanted to upgrade something broke or happened causing that to not happen

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      01-26-2014 09:59 AM #8
      One of our customers putting down some power with our direct port kit and two small nozzles in the intake piping (one post TB and one post IC)!











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      * Injectors: Injector Dynamics 1000cc
      * Exhaust Manifold: Custom Tubular Manifold
      * Intake Manifold: SEM
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      514 awhp was made on 26.5 psi and had only 4 degrees of timing pull and no o2 correction

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      03-08-2014 07:46 AM #9
      We are currently working on a direct port spacer plate for all you FSI/TSI/TFSI folks. This plate will go between the head and intake manifold.

      ETA: June

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    12. 03-23-2014 05:46 PM #10
      Ive got one of these direct port kits installed on my 2.0 ABA turbo. Its a functional work of art!!


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      04-29-2014 10:32 PM #11
      Any updates on the tsi spacer plate?

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      05-14-2014 04:25 PM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by ciki View Post
      Any updates on the tsi spacer plate?

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      Test car is in.

    15. 05-20-2014 09:25 PM #13
      How about a teaser photo or three?

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      05-27-2014 04:04 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by 13ttaz View Post
      How about a teaser photo or three?
      yes please!
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    17. 03-05-2017 01:47 PM #15
      Will this work on a Mk6 Jetta 1.4 Tsi

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      03-05-2017 10:27 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by Poetic50 View Post
      Will this work on a Mk6 Jetta 1.4 Tsi

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      There's no reason why it wouldn't. The only issue is if you have a plastic intake manifold. You just need to be careful installing the nozzles

    19. 03-05-2017 11:34 PM #17
      Yes i do have plastic IM...can u send me a link for the kit and how to install it?

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      03-07-2017 12:27 AM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by Poetic50 View Post
      Yes i do have plastic IM...can u send me a link for the kit and how to install it?

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      It's very much a universal kit designed to work with an existing w/m kit, where you mount lines, brackets and distribution block is entirely up to you. We do suggest you mount the nozzles 1 to 2 inches from the head ports.

      Since you have a plastic manifold. It's much easier for you to drill and screw the nozzles in. They do not need to be very tight. You don't want to crack the manifold from over tightening. Just use "E6000 GOOP" to seal them and screw them in snug. I'd say approx 8~10Nm.

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      03-07-2017 02:00 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by dubkiddct View Post
      Ive got one of these direct port kits installed on my 2.0 ABA turbo. Its a functional work of art!!


      Paul
      Would any of these setups work for a OBD1 ABA Nuespeed supercharger?
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    22. 03-07-2017 09:39 PM #20
      Quote Originally Posted by moosenuckle View Post
      Would any of these setups work for a OBD1 ABA Nuespeed supercharger?
      It's a roots type blower...all it does is produce HEAT! So hell yea a Direct Port kit would do wonders!
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