As an example we have an Alky kit running a single m10 nozzle, and a m15 nozzle. The system pressure is 140 psi at WOT.

M10= 10gph@100 psi

M10 new flow rate @140psi= square root (140/100)=1.18 x 10gph=11.8 gph

M15 new flow rate@140psi= 1.18 x15 gph=17.7 gph

Give us a total of 29.5 gph however 1 gal methanol weighs 6.63 lbs

So 29.5 x 6.63=196 lbs/hr you will be injecting in the motor.

At almost 200/lbs that is a lot of alky by volume to fuel.

Lets say we were running 95 lb injectors at 70% duty cycle

95 x 6 injectots=540 lbs x 70%=378 lbs hr

This means that on a ratio scale we have 196lb/378lb x100=52% alky to fuel ratio does this not seem off?

That means we would need an equivalent af ratio shown on your wideband using the gas scale as

new af= (meth% * meth stoich)+(1-meth%)*stoichGAS)

new af=( .52*6.4)+(1-.52)*14.7

=(3.328+7.056)

=10.38

Which means to run 10.38 would mean the same as running at 14.7

This seems way off. I need the experts to chime in please!