I am currently using it due to having sh*t gas locally and a IAT/timing sensitive 2018+ HC. Currently on 100% straight meth spraying pre-rotor. It fully evaporates at ambient temps, negating the risk of hydro-locking the supercharger that high concentrations of water could risk. Could. On 91 octane I have yet to see knock using it.
I ran the car at the track with it this past Friday. At one point the DA was almost 4000ft and the car corrected for upto 34% additional fuel (2 stages) without issue on the factory tune.
On a single stage of meth IATs went from 93*F to 82*F over the run, Charge Air Temps (CAT) rose slightly from 124*F to 133*F. Average injection percentage (based on STFT) was 5-10% (it is a progressive kit).
Without meth injection the IATs went from 151*F to 107*F and CATs rose from 140*F to 147*F.
On meth (two stages) and nitrous (25hp shot, activated full on at 7psi) the IATs dropped from 129*F to 94*F, and CATs went from 131*F to 135*F. STFT correction factor was between 34 and 17%, I am not sure how much smaller of a fuel jet I can find? The car picked up 2.5mph and dropped 3 tenths... even with me short shifting 1-2 and 2-3. I'd say the car was responding well to the little bit of pre-rotor injected air and fuel.
This test wasn't as empirical as I would have liked (standardizing/controlling as many variables as possible) due to me having to concentrate on refamiliarizing myself with the car on the drag strip (launching a stick car) on top of making substantial changes over the last year or so. I was still losing about 1.5* of timing to high IATs, I could mitigate this with deliberate cool downs before runs. But, again, I was pressed for time and working on other issues. FWIW, water will offer more cooling, but with the nitrous I do not want to risk not allowing the water to change state.
Overall, I am pleased with the addition of methanol injection.
Anyone else chiming in had better have something more than opinion or anecdotal evidence.