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post #1 of 14 Old 06-17-2003, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Cool homemade intercooler sprayer

I have heard about people making intercooler sprayers from scratch and then they hook them up to their wind shield washers. I was wondering if anyone has done that. Some good instructions would be awsome.
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Try here. I know the guy that did it. He's pretty smart!

http://www.dooleyprinting.com/brsc/ic_sprayer.htm
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damn that guys smart. Thanks
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Try here. I know the guy that did it. He's pretty smart!

http://www.dooleyprinting.com/brsc/ic_sprayer.htm


yeah, i heard that dude was like the next einstein or something. hahaha
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mmmm..your arm hurtin from patting yourself on the back, cosmo? hehe........looks good, though
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Cosmo? can I have a graphic of your autograph to put on my car hehe
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How about I cut you one about 2' wide. Big enough to cover your rear window?
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haha, bring it
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the only problem i see: IT DOESNT WORK ON THE WAGON!!!!! the wagon already has a pump there.....but..if you can do without the rear wash...its already to go...switch and all..........hehehe
WAGON POWAAAAAAAAAAA!
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Yeah. Sorry wagon guys. But, I do have another tank here that I'm thinking about trying. It looks like it will work. If it does, I might put together a package and start selling them. I'll probably try it in the next week or so.
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dibs on beta testing...hehe
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how would you do that on a wagon. any instructions?
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I am just guessing here since I dont own a wagon. I am betting that the wagon already has the second pump in place. I am thinking all you have to do is follow the how to article minus installing a pump. Only down side is you might have water spraying onto the back glass as well.

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