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Old 09-16-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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For Realsies guys. Nitrous Questions

Nitrous is coming soon and i figured out everything im going to buy for the actual kit.
Now, what kind of gauges are nessasary to moniter my system? Do i need a boost gauge? Where is that hooked up and how would i be measuring it? Is it still PSI? What about a wideband, trans temp (since i have an auto and running juice it couldnt hurt right?) what other ones...oil temp....

i have no idea why oil temp is nessasary? If oil temp is hot doesnt that mean that my car is over heating? Couldnt i just read that on my Oil temp gauge in the car? haha


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Old 09-17-2009, 12:31 AM   #2
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A boost gauge would be a waste of time and money, you will not see any boost with a nitrous kit, I would suggest a air/fuel ratio gauge(wideband), egt gauge, bottle pressure gauge.
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Bottle pressure gauge that comes with any quality kit is ALL u will NEED.
You will want 850, preferable 900-1000 psi for the nitrous to work effectively.
If you get the CFM fuel rail, for a wet kit, you will need a 90degree elbow 1/8npt nipple connector.
There are other fuel rail adapters on the market that only have one port.
So you can connect fuel line from fuel rail to solinoid.
The CFM fuel rail adapter has a port on the bottom and top. So if u got two 90degree elbows you could also run a second stage of nitrous. Or hook up a fuel pressure gauge.
If u want to be able to see the nitrous bottle pressure..the critical n2o psi...take out the back seat. or run a line between PSI gauge and bottle to wherever u want the gauge.
And again.idk if u have a dry system. But these ^ lessons i have learned from my wet system.
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You need a Air Fuel Gauge as well

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