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Old 09-16-2004, 09:24 PM   #1
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SVT nitrous

has anyone seen an SVT specific nitrous kit? I'd like to do a 75 shot, but I dont' want to use a single nozzle fogger system because I'm not sure how it will interact with the dual stage manifold. I don't want that to puddle in there and blow the manifold to pieces.


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nitrous will void warranty . svts are fast anyway.why would you want to blow it up with nitrous anyway.
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Re: SVT nitrous

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has anyone seen an SVT specific nitrous kit? I'd like to do a 75 shot, but I dont' want to use a single nozzle fogger system because I'm not sure how it will interact with the dual stage manifold. I don't want that to puddle in there and blow the manifold to pieces.
I have a nx 35,50,75 shot adjustable it has nitrous and fuel jets that are adjustable..works great
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chris, you have no nitrous knowledge so dont talk. nitrous is safe if used correctly.
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no there is not a nitrous kit that is just for the svt i use a nx kit and it works great i us a 50 -75 shot with no problems just make sure u have a window switch and mabet even a wot switch
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thanks, yeah, I'm planning on a window switch to cut off by 6800 rpm, and the WOT switch. I just wasn't sure if there would be any issue with the DSI when it shifts to the short runner configuration.

also, there is no such thing as a modification that actually voids the warranty simply because the modification was made. Magnusson Moss - READ IT.

a vehicle's warranty cannot be denied due to the installation of aftermarket parts. it can be voided ONLY if the failure that the owner is complaining about is DIRECTLY caused by the modification. the dealer doesn't have to warranty any of the aftermarket parts, but they can't void the base warranty simply because you have aftermarket parts on your car.
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oh, bottlefed, where did you tap the fuel supply from? did you get a steeda fuel rail? or I even saw somewhere a fuel supply line that replaces our stock line with a fitting on it. what's you A/F ratio look like when you hit the juice?
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thanks, yeah, I'm planning on a window switch to cut off by 6800 rpm, and the WOT switch. I just wasn't sure if there would be any issue with the DSI when it shifts to the short runner configuration.

also, there is no such thing as a modification that actually voids the warranty simply because the modification was made. Magnusson Moss - READ IT.

a vehicle's warranty cannot be denied due to the installation of aftermarket parts. it can be voided ONLY if the failure that the owner is complaining about is DIRECTLY caused by the modification. the dealer doesn't have to warranty any of the aftermarket parts, but they can't void the base warranty simply because you have aftermarket parts on your car.
Acctually i believe they can since the warrenty on the focus specificaly states that any kind of FI will void your warrenty...............if im wronge whatever, would be better for my future plans anyway.....................
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Hell yea man go for Nos! I went 137 in my focus yesterday at 12 midnight and man was that fast!! and i would never think that my car would go that fast!
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You can use the same wet kit that ZEX has for either the SVT or ZX3. It's kind of like a universal system, so you don't have anything to worry about as far as that goes. Hell you could get a universal direct port system and get it working on your car (if you want to drill into your manifold)
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