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Washer nozzles (that don’t suck)

Justin DuBois

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I’ve tried a couple different washer nozzles, and have not yet found a replacement that has a good spray pattern, or the ones I find are smaller that stock, so they don’t fit well.

Post what you found? A fine fan spray with an adjustable angle would be ideal.

Also, I don’t need a 90deg fitting for the hose or a snap in design. Application is for a carbon fiber hood so, easier and more secure if it fits in with a threaded nut to mount it.

Ideas?
 

DSMPT

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I never use it myself and nothing fancy but many people use Mitsuba nozzles in Japan. It's nut style and spray direction is adjustable. Or maybe arm mount style is better if it's hard to find one fit well with your hood?
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Justin DuBois

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I never use it myself and nothing fancy but many people use Mitsuba nozzles in Japan. It's nut style and spray direction is adjustable. Or maybe arm mount style is better if it's hard to find one fit well with your hood?
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Hmmm, looking to find a seller. Not sure what to search for.
 

streetraceboi

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Justin DuBois

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@Justin DuBois
The link by @streetraceboi is the one.
Or Amazon Japan. It seems a bit cheaper.
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I was trying to order this, but Amazon Japan does not accept my Amazon logon.
I had to make a new account for Japan. Interesting that Japan does not take PayPal
 
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TSiAWD666

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Herndon, Virginia
If I recall when I had them I used 3g eclipse ones and they were markedly better.

When I was developing and using an intercooler sprayer I used some Japanese sprayers I picked up over there and they were awesome, a nice wide flat spray pattern. I have no specifics on that, I literally popped into an Autobacs and randomly found them. But they had lots of options with really nice patterns relative to our oem ones.
 

DogWhistle

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Interesting: Rock Auto now shows the same part number (and photo) of the 3G nozzle for both the '99 and '00 Eclipses.
 

Justin DuBois

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Aug 15, 2019
Oakland, California
In my case, the way I cut access holes in the under side of the Carbon Fiber hood, stock washer nozzles with 90deg hose fittings are inconvenient. The nozzels from Japan have fittings that go straight and a threaded ring to secure it, vs snap in.
 
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