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Old 07-14-2005, 09:54 AM   #1
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N2O and Supercharger

im already supercharged and im thinking about nitrous! im wondering what options i have, more actactly are thier any systems out thier that will manage the air/fuel ratio so it wont go lean? and are thier any progressive systems out? Also i have a diablo preditor so will it be affected? If thier is anyone out thier with nitrous and a charger or turbo that can help and also tell what they are useing it would be greatly appreciated.Thank in advance..


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Zex wet kit rocks. It's not spot on perfect, but you can adjust the fuel jet until you reach your best AFR. I've noticed that when I use it I'm running slightly rich, but with the supercharger you shouldn't have that problem.

***If you have a 4 bank chip, I suggest getting a tune strictly for the nitrous. That way you can also adjust the ignition timing/AFR and get them set correctly for the nitrous application.

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im bumping this cause i seem to recall my tuner telling me that it could be tuned to manage A/F ratio, so now my question is what kit to go with? do i go with wet or dry? and where do i inject it, in each port(what short port i have) or into the box area of my intake manifold, or meybe befor the charger but i heard that was bad?
my tuner is pretty good so im sure he can handle any setup thier is, i just want it to be safe im already on the edge and i only need a little to fill in the curve!
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Get a NX Wet Kit.

Nozzle will go in between the centrifugal blower and the throttle body.
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ya that would work if i had a centrifugal blower !
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You will need a new tune with it for sure. Even with a wet shot, your timing with the blower is advanced, and that can spell bad things once you get into N20. If you get a dry shot, you'll not only have to adjust timing, but also acount for more fuel being needed under the shot. I'd say get a wet shot, and a custom dyno tune with A/F to be safe. Also, one more thing to think of... The N20 is going to drastically lower your IAT temps, so a 50 shot on a blown car, is more like a 65-70 shot. Think about that when chosing your jet size.

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ok i think i will go with the NOS NOSZles but i heard stuff about them not fitting cuase they raise the fuel rail to where the throttle body gets in the way....but my throttle body is moved due to my JRsupercharger so i guess the question is will my charger be in the way or what, will the noszles work? and can you get a shot as low as 35hp with noszles?
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I'm not too sure about the fitment issue, but I do know that you can get a 35shot. That's what I'm planning on doing sooner or later. A 35 shot is all I need to run 12.s on street tires. WAHOO!!!
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I would definitely have it custom tuned for the nitrous. Is your engine stock?
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yes get a new tune to be safe but you should look into a zex direct port kit.
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