I wouldn't worry about that in the slightest. As you figured, the concentration is too low. Secondly, H202 breaks down immediately into H20 + 02 in the presence of heat and intake "schmutz". (Yiddish FTW)bad part is it's corrosive to iron...
Well... H202 in the mix would definitely increase overall fuel burn rate. However, it'd also reduce the octane boosting effect. That's because more fuel would be burnt and contribute to increased cylinder pressure. My intuition is that a significant amount of the stuff would be very helpful for a mild supercharging effect on small turbo cars. It'd theoretically add the same amount of hp on a big turbo car, but the proportion would drop as the the power output increases.Possibly a better alternative to nitromethane?
So, after a point, nitromethane would have an absolute advantage. It's important to note that nitro in the brew reduces EGT when run in sensible proportions. It actually has an octane enhancing effect and is quite helpful for increasing power up to 8 - 10% over base output. Running a few % more water is a good idea to keep it smooth and steady under a wider range of conditions.
I did my tests SO long ago (~2002), that I can't remember the hard specifics. However, I can see the logic in your formulas and recall doing something like this:I'm thinking:
what do you think?
@Scott, I believe you may have been thinking about something similar
My test rig was direct port and with nitrous oxide, btw. Those were the high-risk wild days. (Muhahahhaaaaaa )