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07-30-2014 09:43 PM
coldbear A spray plate??? Sounds doable. Find a bud that can run a CNC machine and have him cut it out, drill the spray holes, and slip it in his lunch box. Nitrous Oxide under controllable situations can be a life changer. And to think dentist waste all that giggle gas on patients.
07-30-2014 12:13 AM
daspazzZX3
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I guess I would have an Aluminum plate made and run a spray bar. Think manifold/head flange. That's what I was thinking of doing on the FRIM ... I didn't want to drill holes in it ... there is lots of room on the bottom side though (sneaky Pete).
I knew there was a sneaky in the woodpile somewhere!
07-29-2014 04:52 AM
iminhell I guess I would have an Aluminum plate made and run a spray bar. Think manifold/head flange. That's what I was thinking of doing on the FRIM ... I didn't want to drill holes in it ... there is lots of room on the bottom side though (sneaky Pete).
07-28-2014 07:39 PM
coldbear Composite can be tackled by drilling the nitrous hole, rough it up around the hole with 80 grit sandpaper. Buy the bungs that are aluminum and JB Weld or epoxy the heck out of them. There shouldn't be that much pressure to blow out the bungs. That is if not Turbo charging. If normally aspirated I know they'll hold. Something funny. We had a Top Sportsman race in Bowling Green Ky. and one of the crew lost a bolt near the starter. On start up, it broke the housing near the flywheel, eliminating our semi final run. I grabbed a kit of epoxy and slapped the starter back on glued with epoxy. Hell it only had to start once right? We took home 5 grand that day for the win.
07-28-2014 12:42 PM
blanezx3
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Ah.
You should bolt it up and see if you like it before you sell it. My guess is that it's flow just as well as the FRIM up top.
I thought about it. The main reason I'm selling it is because I don't like the idea of drilling/tapping a composite manifold for nitrous. I'm much more comfortable doing that on sheet metal or FRIM style.
07-27-2014 03:40 PM
coldbear SVT are hard to beat. FMC have them made better to avoid warranty issues.
07-27-2014 02:47 PM
iminhell They are stock SVT.

I'm not a fan of Ti for anything other than dedicated racing parts.
07-27-2014 11:07 AM
coldbear Iminhell...my I ask the weights on your in/ex valves? Are you using Dell West valves? Possibly titanium for giggles?
07-27-2014 10:57 AM
coldbear Has anyone a picture of this swap? That might be tits if you could make it fit. ZOOM ZOOM!
07-26-2014 10:34 PM
Blue5ive 2.5 swap! Very interesting!!!! Sounds like a Houston crew project in the future lol.
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