The new gasoline WMI tank was redesigned with 15% more capacity than the previous design (1.15 gallons vs. old 1 gallon tank). It features and anti-starvation reservoir that collects fluid near the feed fitting at the bottom of the tank, and has relocated mounting holes that fit within the overall footprint of the tank.
AEM V3 Water/Methanol Injection 1.15 Gallon Tank Kit
AEM V3 Water/Methanol Injection 1.15 Gallon Tank Kit with Conductive Fluid Level Sensor
AEM’s low profile 1.15-gallon tank includes a more accurate conductive low fluid level sensor by eliminating any chance of interference. The connector for the sensor is a positive lock design and the wires are color matched to the harness.
- Upgrades a tank-less system
- Increases system capacity when existing tank holds less than 1.15 gal
- Can be used with any water/methanol injection kit using 1/4” O.D. hose
- Comes with high-tech conductive low fluid indicator, positive lock connector, and color matched wires to the wiring harness
- Dimensions: 10”H x 8.5”W x 4.25”D
Important Safety Notice Regarding Methanol
AEM strongly recommends that users never exceed a 50% methanol concentration when using any AEM Water Methanol system or component.
All AEM Water/Methanol injection systems and components (pump, lines, fittings, filter, flow sensor, tank, and nozzles) are 100% chemically compatible with methanol. However, for safety reasons we strongly recommend that users never use more than a 50% methanol concentration in our systems.
Methanol is a toxic and highly flammable chemical. 100% Methanol ignites easily and burns vigorously with an almost undetectable flame. Methanol can be absorbed through the skin and even small amounts can cause blindness or even death. Using this fluid at high pressures, without dilution, in an under-hood environment with nylon lines and push-to-connect fittings is very unsafe. The performance advantages of using greater than 50% methanol concentrations are small, if they exist at all. However, the safety issues are very real and far outweigh any perceived benefit of running high concentrations of methanol.