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Old 07-09-2013, 10:02 PM   #1
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Running nitous a 5.0 with boss intake manifold

I'm hearing a lot of **** that I'm gonna blow my motor for sure first time I spray it. Who has a nitrous kit and call give me some reassurance
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I'm hearing a lot of **** that I'm gonna blow my motor for sure first time I spray it. Who has a nitrous kit and call give me some reassurance
i am spraying a 150 shot on mine. wil be going up to a 200 shot very soon. i spray the shot out of mine. just get a good tune and a good kit.
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This is my kit I added a fuel adapter with a TNT trottle switch I'm only spraying a 100 shot with a bama tune. Anything else you think I should get to be ok
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I'm hearing a lot of **** that I'm gonna blow my motor for sure first time I spray it. Who has a nitrous kit and call give me some reassurance
Lol another one of these. Nitrous is very reliable and safe if done right. Unfortunately it gets alot of bad rep because morons go out slap a kit on and think they are good to go. NO. You will need to get a good kit. I recommend a wet kit from a name brand like NX, ZEX, or NOS. NX is my personal favorite, although I've never seen any problems with the others. You will need to change your plugs to a colder plug. You will then need a custom tune to log your A/F ratio and have timing pulled. Make sure you get all the necessary accessories like a window switch and bottle pressure gauge. If you can i highly recommend a bottle warmer and purge kit. You can safely spray up to 150hp on these cars with the stock motor. Although i would HIGHLY recommend a 100 shot to start with for a nitrous beginner.
Im personally a huge nitrous fan, and have ran it on 3 of my last 4 cars, and when my warranty runs out will probably spray my 5.0.
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Cold plugs?

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Oh spark plugs? Lol I feel stupid
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This is my kit I added a fuel adapter with a TNT trottle switch I'm only spraying a 100 shot with a bama tune. Anything else you think I should get to be ok
i do not recommend nitrous with a email tune for it. the kit you posted i am not familiar with. i have the nx single nozzle kit. just make sure its a good kit. get the iridium ix plugs and gap them to .35. NGK LTR7ix-11. is the part number for them. in all honesty though with a 100 shot the stock plugs will be fine.
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i do not recommend nitrous with a email tune for it. the kit you posted i am not familiar with. i have the nx single nozzle kit. just make sure its a good kit. get the iridium ix plugs and gap them to .35. NGK LTR7ix-11. is the part number for them. in all honesty though with a 100 shot the stock plugs will be fine.
I agree. An Email tune with nitrous or any power adder is trouble waiting to happen. With no data logging you cant truly tell where your a/f ratio is. Ive also never heard of the kit you posted. You get what you pay for, so go with a name brand kit IMO. An untested, no name nitrous kit is not the way to go. Spend the extra money and do it right, or dont do it at all. N2o is not something you wanna cut corners with.
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The kit I have is threw nitrousexpress (nx)

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It's a EFI single nozzle system
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Just don't do this haha. Posted from my iPhone so I don't know if it'll work.


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Lol no I'm not gonna do that it looked funny tho
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I am running a 100 shot with a Boss 302 via a nitrous outlet kit on a Bama tune. Have about 2 bottles through it and everything is holding great. I plan to pro tune soon as I know I'm running a risk with the Bama tune. Until I can get a protune I'm gonna install a wideband so I can monitor my A/F ratios.
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I am running a 100 shot with a Boss 302 via a nitrous outlet kit on a Bama tune. Have about 2 bottles through it and everything is holding great. I plan to pro tune soon as I know I'm running a risk with the Bama tune. Until I can get a protune I'm gonna install a wideband so I can monitor my A/F ratios.
spraying without a wideband is not something i would do. how do you know everything is good?
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The kit I have is threw nitrousexpress (nx)

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It's a EFI single nozzle system
you will need to buy the fuel line adapter for our cars also. what solenoids does this kit come with?
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Still waitng for the end of the month to get my wideband....skating on hopes and dreams
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Old 07-10-2013, 12:27 PM   #15
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http://www.nitrousexpress.com/mainli...5-orifice.html
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your running a universal entry level kit from them. it will be ok. you will need a fuel line adapter did you already by this kit?
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Yeah cause u got it for 250 cause someone dudnt know how to install in I bought the fuel line adapter and a TPS switch to go with it
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As these guys said, you'll be fine with a 150 shot or less of nitrous. Plus using a nozzle kit makes things easier to install when using a Boss manifold. Looks like you're headed down the right road. These guys will set you straight!

Enjoy the juice!

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Thanks brotha I feel better about this kit now
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I have a zex blackout kit. Im adding a window switch, purge kit, bottle heater, remote opener,blow down, fpss, one step colder plugs, and maybe even a wide band with a gauge. Also a gauge on the bottle. I'm going to start with a 75 and go to 100.
I'm having issues locating 1 the nozzle in my airaid cai and 2 the color wire to tap on the TB wire harness for the TPS box. Can anyone help me with this? It's really the only thing from holding me back. I have supposed "safe" tunes from bama but will be dyno tuning later for the 100 shot.
Does anyone have pics of the wet kit nozzle location and the location of the TPS wire?
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