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I have used my windshield washer tank for several years now without a problem.
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Yeah, but you can't spray the windshield or headlights with 50+% methanol. Not if you care for your car.
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Yeah, but you can't spray the windshield or headlights with 50+% methanol. Not if you care for your car.
+1 on that. I need my wiper fluid around where I live. Lots of dust and construction. That's convenient though. Whatever gets the job done haha

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Fair enough. I just use winter washer fluid most times. Alex at Stratified tuned the car and installed the meth kit. It seems to work well, although he said the filter could get clogged over tine. I just pulled the d07 to check it after 2 years and it looked good. Cleaned it anyway but it seems to be a simple set up that works on my setup.
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Yeah, but you can't spray the windshield or headlights with 50+% methanol. Not if you care for your car.
Some windshield washer fluids don't have much additives and are made of meth and water. it is probably made of more water but for cooling purpose it will work.
but indeed, 100% meth to clean the windshiel may not be the best.
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Some windshield washer fluids don't have much additives and are made of meth and water. it is probably made of more water than meth but for cooling purpose it is probably good.

Especially the cheaper blue one with less stuff than some with silicone additive or other stuff in it. In case of emergency i will probably use it.
If im not mistaken , windshield washer fluids are somewhere arround 30% meth and 70% water.. would deff use it in case of emergency.
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That's good to know. I didn't know methanol was that common in products on the shelf.

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If im not mistaken , windshield washer fluids are somewhere arround 30% meth and 70% water.. would deff use it in case of emergency.
here i read the ''Laurentide'' is one with a little more meth in it....It would probably be cheaper to use for a low meth mix than buying meth at the store.
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Windshield washer fluids may also have glycols, which are also alcohols but they are greasier and their purpose is to blend with the less viscous content (methanol and water) and keep the around for longer and also to lubricate the wiper blade when sliding over the windshield. Also glycols are not great for engines, they may clog the nozzles as well as the higher concentration of die.
However, without these glycols the mix would be more aggressive with the clear coat of the car as well as with the plastic trims and it's not uncommon to see the clear coat and paint making bubbles where the water/meth mix stays more.

So that is why you should not use winter washer fluid as water/meth mix for spraying into the engine, and also why you should not use a water/meth mix as washer fluid.
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Careful using windshield washer fluid as a meth mix. You're nozzles are likely to clog faster and buildup in the pump could occur over longer periods of time.
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Careful using windshield washer fluid as a meth mix. You're nozzles are likely to clog faster and buildup in the pump could occur over longer periods of time.
as i said, i would only use in case of emergency
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Just trying to be helpful. Additionally, there really is no such thing as an emergency with meth. You'll be tuned for it while under boost when it is sprayed by whatever controller you use. So, if you happen to run out, all you have to do to avoid issues is granny it around out of boost. The only emergency with meth is running out or not spraying when the ecu thinks it should be.
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Im planning on running 100 meth and getting a 5 or 7 gallon tank for the trunk so hopefully I won't run into the issue of it running out on me. Do they have meth pumps like gas pumps?

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Just trying to be helpful. Additionally, there really is no such thing as an emergency with meth. You'll be tuned for it while under boost when it is sprayed by whatever controller you use. So, if you happen to run out, all you have to do to avoid issues is granny it around out of boost. The only emergency with meth is running out or not spraying when the ecu thinks it should be.
I agree but like the murphy's law, it always that one time where you miss something interresting...So i carry a spare gallon of mix n the car to avoid it
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I agree but like the murphy's law, it always that one time where you miss something interresting...So i carry a spare gallon of mix n the car to avoid it
Oh, I definitely carried a spare gallon in the trunk when I ran meth. But that was simply to avoid having to avoid boost. Lol.
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I have used my windshield washer tank for several years now without a problem.

I wouldn't be able to. Where I live the dust and dirt builds up so fast, I'd be stopping at gas stations to wash my windshield every time I got in my car. Hahaha I've heard of people using it in this sense though, never actually seen the set up. I think i'd be to worried about heat factor having something like that under the hood catch fire. Maybe I'm over thinking.
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It has worked flawlessly for years now. I don't run 100% Meth, although I have tried it. It's not beneficial as I am already running an E85 Mix. Having meth inside the car was a no go for me, but others have done it successfully and are comfortable with it in the rear hatch.
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Yeah I guess if i even got far enough into it where I even considered it, having my son in the car I would probably look into something outside or maybe even go a similar route as you did. I can just see my son wanting to play with everything. Main reason I refuse to relocate the battery.
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I feel the same. I have my boys in the car all of the time.
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I've been running for a year and a half at least using the washer tank for 100% Meth. Haven't had any issues. I don't drive much so get away with just filling it every weekend
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