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Old 08-17-2013, 09:39 AM   #1
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JMS Nitrous in a bag

Has anyone tried this set up? Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords did a article about this kit. For $1200 including tuner they picked up 144 rwhp and ran 11.1 @ 123mph. Also they said it took an hour to install? Not sure about that.
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When I was looking at setting up my nitrous I was looking at the JMS setup. If your ok running a dry shot and don't have a programmer it's a great kit. I personally wanted a wet shot so I went with the nitrous express plate kit. The best part of the JMS would be that if you pop your hood 98% of people won't be able to find it...the mustang guys will know.

Also for the install it looks pretty simple, the guys at JMS made a pretty simple plug and play kit. Should be a 1-2 hour install.
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I've read that article a few times, it's just more expensive than my NX kit, although it's pretty stealthy. I don't know about that hour install time though, I'd say 2-3 by the time you splice into the wiring and mount the bottle/controller and run the line from the truck to/through the sound tube. I can put my bottle in the spare tire well, and hide the braided line and solenoids and nobody could see anything unless they pulled off the intake cover.
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For those with a Boss IM it makes huffing it a little more of a challenge. You can run the JMS or do a stealth direct port injection... Kinda hard to hide the direct port
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Old 08-19-2013, 11:11 AM   #5
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Just go with nitrous express or nitrous out let. Who cares about hidding it. Go with a proven system
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