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Old 04-15-2008, 01:21 PM   #251
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That looks like a bad time waiting to happen...I'll stick with my ZEX TPS
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Old 04-15-2008, 03:34 PM   #252
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It'd be a stock TB. Why does it look like a bad time. I don't understand. And I know it was on this thread on one of these pages, but I don't feel like looking. Which jets make up the 50hp shot and 75hp and are those the exact jets you guys are running or did you change em up. Thanks.
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Old 04-15-2008, 05:27 PM   #253
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ZEX™ has taken their patented TPS activation circuit and placed it in an easy to install, stand alone unit. This switch allows anyone with a non-ZEX™ nitrous system to enjoy the benefits of using their throttle position sensor to reliably activate their nitrous system at wide-open throttle. This unit is self programming and is compatible with all TPS sensors.
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Old 04-15-2008, 06:58 PM   #254
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^^disco^^

For the 50 shot I am using 35 nos and 22 fuel
for the 75 I am using 41 nos and 24 fuel
for the 100 shot I bought 52 nos and 30 fuel...
please do NOT use these as some sort of guide lines unless its the 50 shot because that one works great the others are shaky still.

It looks shady because its a mechanical switch that is more prone to fail than the electric TPS
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So I just got all my nos stuff. Realized I'm missing a few things. I need a bottle nut. I also need a pressure guage. But since I'm going to use a bottle heater, if I'm correct I need a pressure trasducer thingy. Is this right?
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correct if thats how you want it. Bottle warmers can be used manually as well.
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Old 04-17-2008, 09:01 AM   #257
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That looks like a bad time waiting to happen...I'll stick with my ZEX TPS

2 bots and a bracket a bad time?!?...Wow, I guess modification is dead. Don't ever work on antique cars.


Crappy pic, but this will give you an idea: Its really not all that hard folks, try working on a 49 Bently this week.

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^^just not a fan of the mechanical switches.
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Thanks a bunch SquillyB for the help w/ the guideline w/ the jets and viney for you WOT pic, took a while to understand, but I see how you got it.
So here's a pic. It would go:Bottle to Bottle Nut to Pressure Transducer In It's Own Manifold to Pressure Guage In It's Own Manifold to 14ft Feed Line.??.
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It all depends on your pockets. Alot of guys have their pressure gauge back by the tank, which is fine...or...

you could get two feed lines and the adapters and put your pressure gauge up front by the other gauges.
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