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Old 08-29-2010, 08:45 PM   #1
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JRSC+BBK+Snow WMI+55hp Nitrous Shot = Good Idea?

Well I still have my 75HP ZEX kit installed in my SVT even after my JRSC install. Havent sprayed once though.

I would love to run my 55hp jet (smallest jets avaliable from ZEX). It just seems like a too much to be running at once i.e. Snow Variable WMI+JRSC+BBK+5.7C-ODP+55hp Wetshot

I ran a 75shot on my 3800 Series 1 (m62 eaton SC) and saw ~100whp gain. Was thinking about wiring a setup that deactivates WMI when Nitrous is armed (since im sure nitrous would drop IAT's better than WMI anyway)

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With a built bottom end and a good tune you would be fine.
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if you are running nitrous you would be wasting your time with the WMI
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^^Not necessarily. N2O is good for cooling as well, but unless you are spraying all the time, then w/m would still be a good addition.
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Well I run WMI all the time to keep IAT's down for daily driving - My Snow's Variable WMI kit is set to activate 40% pump pressure at 5psi and ramps to 100% at 10psi all the way to my peak boost of 14psi. It runs seamlessly as is..

But when I want more power I would love to activate my Zex Wet kit/MSD Window and disable the WMI kit with the flip of a switch (Drawing the wiring schem up as we speak using relays and a two way switch).

Seems like a very possible idea, im worried about tuning though. I ran a 75shot on stock tune but im curious how my a/f would look under a 55hp shot with the JRSC+tuning from MCnews
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ive heard it isnt good to spray though a roots blower... just putting that out there. dont know for sure.

but just a little help on the wiring. most relays will have a swith on power and a switch off power. you would just need to hook the WMI power through the relay on the switch off side and the nitrous power on the switch on side. when you flip the switch the relay will move power from one to the other. no other wiring needed.
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ive heard it isnt good to spray though a roots blower... just putting that out there. dont know for sure.
x2. Just tap both into the manifold.

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you don't want to run nitrous through the rotors, i think it eats at the tephlon coating. you can tap the manifold if you want. and you should be just fine w/o a built motor on an SVT.
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you don't want to run nitrous through the rotors, i think it eats at the tephlon coating. you can tap the manifold if you want. and you should be just fine w/o a built motor on an SVT.
well ive never had a coating on my rotors from day one... Isnt the coating just to reduce heat soat on the rotors?

I literally watched the coating peel off in sheets on my 3800 m62 SSEi after spraying a bottle through it within a month. So thats no joke, it happened so fast.
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