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    Universal WW meth kit

    Hey guys,

    Due to high demand we've released a version of our popular WW quick install meth kit with a high quality basic boost switch instead of the JB4 integration electronics. Which means it can be used with any tune including flash tunes. Click here to enlarge

    The price is $369 and they are in stock and ready to ship. Click here to enlarge

    http://www.burgertuning.com/meth.html

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    That's pretty cool. Still want to see a proper failsafe though Click here to enlarge
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    Basic Meth Kit FTW!
    Reduced number of components/data calculations - reduced risk of potential errors...
    But where's the trunk mount option?
    GT-R R35 ​coming up...

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    Value, as always.

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    Thanks Terry! Excited to get this on my 5'er. If you need photos, a writeup or whatever since it's mainly the 3 guys who use this, just let me know.
    2008 BMW 535iA | Cobb Stg2+ | FBO | Meth

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    Wondering how this is any different from any basic kit you could purchase, like the one I have been running for 3 years now lol, which was about a little over 200 bucks and included everything I needed.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Laloosh Click here to enlarge
    Wondering how this is any different from any basic kit you could purchase, like the one I have been running for 3 years now lol, which was about a little over 200 bucks and included everything I needed.
    It comes from a reputable vendor offering support as a kit with instructions, warranty, 14 day return policy, upgrade credit, and has undergone a bunch of testing? If someone wants to go the DIY route they can.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Laloosh Click here to enlarge
    Wondering how this is any different from any basic kit you could purchase, like the one I have been running for 3 years now lol, which was about a little over 200 bucks and included everything I needed.
    In many ways it's the same. For example I think the Devil's Own basic kit is $240 these days. But with our kit you get better line, a better nozzle, nice metal fittings, the CNC pump bracket, tee/check valve you need to connect to the WW tank and keep the sprayers going, solenoid instead of a check valve, a nice fuse holder, wiring, etc. You also get our support. But for those extras you pay an extra $120. I think it's well worth it, or we wouldn't offer the kit, but to each their own. Click here to enlarge
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    Great value for the money as always with BMS products.

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    Awesome man, nice work

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    It comes from a reputable vendor offering support as a kit with instructions, warranty, 14 day return policy, upgrade credit, and has undergone a bunch of testing? If someone wants to go the DIY route they can.
    Reputable vender? Check
    Kit instructions? Every kit has instructions
    14 day return policy? how is this useful on a meth kit?
    upgrade credit? Every kit has this
    Bunch of testing? Maybe you havnt seen a bunch of meth kits, but its all the same stuff. I can assure you a do kit/cm kit/pieced together kit will produce the same exact numbers. That was a very shiv like response from you Sticky, I'm a little worried lol.

    Terrys answer was a little better.

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    @Terry@BMS how's your line/tubing better than DO's? Reason I ask is I just got some of the DO tubing and its way better than the tubing that I had on my car so far..

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    ...and all of my DO instant fittings and hoses are leaking.
    I never had any problems with my old CM stuff which was totally reliable.
    The worst thing is that DO refuses to respond my emails about this! Morons. Click here to enlarge
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    what do you mean "hoses" are leaking? you mean at the fittings?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno
    what do you mean "hoses" are leaking? you mean at the fittings?
    Yes, all of the fittings are leaking were the hose connects, even if the cuts are 100% straight and perfect.

    I thought I'll try DO when I did my dual nozzle upgrade, but that was a real mistake...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Big Tom Click here to enlarge
    Yes. They leak at all of the fittings, even if the cuts are 100% straight and perfect.

    I thought I'll try DO when I did my dual nozzle upgrade, but that was a real mistake...
    well, my coolingmist does the same as your DO so I got DO hoses and fittings to try, still sitting in my trunk as my meth kit is off the car at the moment until i find a way to relocate it in the popular WW meth location...need to make myself some kind of bracket Click here to enlarge

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    in terms of just components, the solenoid,nozzle and bracket are worth it over the other basic kits. everything BMS brings to the table is a bonus.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    @Terry@BMS how's your line/tubing better than DO's? Reason I ask is I just got some of the DO tubing and its way better than the tubing that I had on my car so far..
    It's a nice thick clear nylon line. I really <3 it compared to the black line included by others that is prone to cracking, etc. I also include the new CM metal fittings which I've had great results with. I noticed DO also carries those same fittings as an upgrade now so you can also get them from them. I'd suggest it.

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    My kit started out as a basic CM kit 60k miles ago. Biggest failure, went with a basic DO kit afterwards.
    Over time my plastic do fittings started to leak, ordered metal fittings form DO, works great. Then my DO check valve started to leak, ordered a cm check valve, works great. Recently for xmas I received a cm solenoid and bms bracket for under the hood. Removed my tank, yanked out my lines, litterally a 30 min job with 20 of those 30 being spent removing the old wiring/lines. CM solenoid leaked from the fittings really bad, after cutting and recutting and cutting and recutting and using new line over and over it finally stopped.

    Hence the term its all the same $#@! imo.
    So my kit as it stands now lol, Do pump, do 2.5 gallon tank sitting in the garage, cm solenoid, do10 nozzle with cm adapaters, i think, bms bracket, line that I get from work 2500psi test, a little over kill. Froozen boost elbow, all run by the DO boost switch.

    As far as DO, I havnt delt with them in a long time but I usually just call them and speak with Chance, since I have ordered multiple kits from him for various cars.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Laloosh Click here to enlarge
    As far as DO, I havnt delt with them in a long time but I usually just call them and speak with Chance, since I have ordered multiple kits from him for various cars.
    I ordered my things from DO in UK.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Big Tom Click here to enlarge
    I ordered my things from DO in UK.
    Can't help you then as I forgot you are international.

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    Do fittings are total crap. Every fitting I've had that was do leaked including nozzle holders tank filters and check valves. So far so good on the metal cm nozzle holder but time will tell.

    I prefer my trunk mounted tank personally but hey, to each their own.

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    +1 on the AM compression fittings. I had a chance to check them out testing their flow sensor and they are A+. I'll have to start looking for a volume supplier for them.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    +1 on the AM compression fittings. I had a chance to check them out testing their flow sensor and they are A+. I'll have to start looking for a volume supplier for them.
    Hey T, are you selling meth parts also?
    I think the only solution is to change to CM fittings instead... Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Big Tom Click here to enlarge
    Hey T, are you selling meth parts also?
    I think the only solution is to change to CM fittings instead... Click here to enlarge
    No, I only carry them to package in our full kits. You can always order them from CM. The metal push in fittings are pretty good and I think they have them on their website. But generic fittings are very common in USA hardware stores. One less expensive option might be to just get some generic compression fittings at your local hardware store to use. The line is 4mm ID 6mm OD IIRC.

    I also found some good leads on compression fittings so I'll follow up on those and let you guys know if I find AM's supplier.

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