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03-07-2012 10:26 AM
1turbofocus No , sorry if I was not clear , you spray Nitrous and fuel into the TB

You need a solenoid for fuel and one for nitrous , getting the fuel from the fuel rail

Tom
03-06-2012 11:23 PM
J0EC00L Tom,

I thought before when I asked you, you said to inject the N2O right into the fuel rail? Maybe I misunderstood.

Here is a article I found on hooking up N2O to a Zetec Focus.
http://www.musclemustangfastfords.co...web/index.html

Thanks,
Joe
03-06-2012 09:47 PM
1turbofocus You get the fuel from the fuel rail , then the nozzel with the fuel and nitrous goes into the intake piping aiming so it sprays straight down through the TB and into the intake

Tom
03-06-2012 09:42 PM
J0EC00L Found 1 answer.

Our nitrous kit utilizes a wire that you simply clip on
the throttle position sensor (TPS) output voltage wire.

Yea
03-06-2012 09:34 PM
J0EC00L
Help

I was looking at some Zex N2O kits. This is a quote from Zex

"In addition, ZEX's exclusive throttle-position sensor switch "learns" the voltage curve of the engine's throttle-position sensor to activate the system consistently at full throttle. ZEX systems come pre-assembled and tested, for easy installation. There are no brackets to install or microswitches to adjust, and jet changes are easy, too. "

Does it somehow connect to my TPS? Hmm... I see TPS switch, maybe a switch that comes with the kit that mounts to my TB?

Anyone?

Also, on a wet kit where do I inject the N2O?

I was told right into the fuel rail. I believe from the driver side of it. Is this correct? If I go into the fuel rail then I shouldnt need to spray extra fuel into the rail with N2O, should I?

I looked at some setups and some have it like this:
Adapter on fuel rail to feed Fuel solenoid
Then Fuel and N20 jet pluged into the CAI right before TB.

I want to do this right. Can someone steer me in the right direction?

Thanks,
Joe
02-15-2012 10:37 AM
PSUrivie The CFM adapter sits on top of the fuel pressure sensor that sits on the fuel rail.
02-15-2012 10:02 AM
Royce01
nitrous question

ok i was wanting to eventually put a nitrous purge kit on my focus after i buy a zetec engine for it. i was looking at NOS and the kit cost $354 for the purge kit it comes with the bottle. can i buy just the purge kit or do i need the whole nitrous system. Is there a way around it without blowing the engine?
01-23-2012 06:49 PM
bumpnzx3 You'll still have to buy an adapter, although it will be different than the CFM piece. It will be some form of AN reducer.
01-22-2012 10:21 AM
J0EC00L Just so I know how this is going to work before I start.

I connect the CFM thing to the end of my fuel rail. Is there going to be something in the N2O kit to plug into the CFM?

Also, I would like a nicer looking fuel rail. If I go with a OBX or other fuel rail will I need the CFM? I think the aftermarket rail allows for N2O connections.

Any help would be appreciated. Product recommendations?

Thanks,
Joe
01-22-2012 02:19 AM
iminhell The ebay link scared me, until I seen the CFM logo.
Yes that is what you need.
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