Today we just put a deposit down on a new 22ft Livin Lite Axxess, should be ready for pickup on Thursday. Selling the 26ft Roadmaster, the Axxess is half the weight and just a few feet shorter. The all aluminum trims most of the weight considering the Roadmaster Predator was all steel, even the beams in walls. I will post pics once we get it.
The water is coming in on the air intake side and the WVO is feed through the fuel system. I was thinking about upgrading the intercooler but choose to Snow system based on the numbers you get more HP, torque, lower, EGT, and it cost less, so a win win to me.
Here is a time line so far on a Snow Performance water injection system I install on my 03 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel.
We just finished our install of the Snow Performance MPG-Max on 03 cummins with WVO system. We put the first miles on it today worked perfect using mostly water at this time 20/80 mix. I have not put enough miles on it yet to give milage numbers next week going on a 300 mile trip and I will post my new numbers then.
Picked up 1.5 mpg a little over 10%, pulling our little RV, egt's were lower and climbed smooth up any hills, there is a good amount of hp increase. I still need to adjust the settings a little I sucked down the tank in about 300 miles. I am going to burn up the rest of the 50/50 mix then run 100% water I will update with those numbers.
Just finished up the 50/50 mix same results 1.5 mpg better, cooler egt's and more power, I am still going though the 7 gallon reservoir on a out 300 miles, I will be back on the road in the next day or two running 100% water I will keep you posted.
1800+ miles down on my last trip pulling our TT, total miles so far with the Snow kit 2300 and no problems running the Water/Methanol and WVO at the same time. I did get more miles per gallon of water since adjusting the settings, last checked and had about a third of a tank left and went a little over 400 miles. The last part of the trip I used only water and got almost 1 MPG better but I did not have the added expense of the Methanol.
Well we just got back from a 3 week 3000 mile trip pulling our TT, and ran only filtered tap water and still on track 1 MPG better, lower EGT's and a little more power going up hills. Over all it has been investment.
We use dual Honda 2000eu generators, one person can load them, we can save fuel by running just one if we are not using the AC, very quite, get on fuel, and ours are converted to run on gas or propane. Also if one generator breaks you have a back up for the small appliances. Each one cost about a $1000.