It seems that this is becoming more and more popular these days. From what i can tell it is used more in forced induction applications? And that it somehow offsets the timing and/or detonation risks? Alcohol, particularly methanol has a higher knock resistance than gas, plus it provides some additional charge-air cooling when injected in ahead of the blower in the inlet duct. Supplementary alcohol injection may also alleviate the need for upgrading a production based fuel system to huge injectors, bigger fuel pump & lines when boost calls for it.(The Grand National guys use this alot) That in turn minimizes ECU-recalibration issues and avoid slow speed idle quality and driveability woes. So...........my question is, how can "WE" use this application? S/C folks do you think this will help you? And anyone dreaming of a turbo setup like myself will this help as well??? How is it mixed and how often do you use it. Any feedback is appreciated.