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Old 04-18-2008, 04:00 AM   #261
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They even make a electronic gauge with a transducer that goes on the bottle and sends an electric signal to the gauge so you do not have to run a feed line forward inside the car.
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Old 04-18-2008, 01:02 PM   #262
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So many of the usual problems can be avoided if you spen the money upfront. I have ordered and will shortly be using the following. A true nitrous management sysytem from "wizards of nos" ...
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Hardware Features:
*Quad stage independent power output channels, 2 with independent PWM control.
*4 independent channel outputs, 2 with PWM control for the nitrous and fuel solenoids, 2 switched and can be used to control;
*Bottle heater;
An output can operate a bottle heater determined by the nitrous pressure input
*Nitrogen boost system;
An output can operate an N-Boost system determined by the nitrous pressure input.
*Retard output;
An output can be connected to a retard device, will work on power and/or RPM
*Shift light output;
An output can be used to operate a shift light
*50 amp outputs
all 4 outputs use smart 50 amp Mosfets, which are over current protected
*SDS REVO valve drive outputs (2 channels)
2 individual SDS REVO valve output controls, nitrous and fuel.
*5-6v driver output (1.5 amps max)
5-6V output for sensors or transducers.
*Fuel pressure input
Connect to fuel pressure sender, can be either a transducer (ideally) or a switch
*Nitrous pressure input
Connect to nitrous pressure sender, can be either a transducer (ideally) or a switch
*RPM input

- As it says, will take pretty much any engine speed related pulsed signal
*Throttle position input
Analogue voltage throttle position input. This means you can connect the analogue wire from your engines original TPS directly to the unit. The unit then gives the ability to switch on the nitrous after any set throttle position
*Spare input (can be used for any type of input – 0-5 V)
Will take any 0-5V (or reverse) input and can operate an output on a set value. EG lambda sensor could be used to cut the nitrous in lean conditions or a MAP sensor could be used to cut the nitrous at a certain boost level.
-*-Please note this requires a software modification*
*Confirmation button press beep
Confirmation beep when a button is pressed.
*Wrong polarity/overload protect
Unit is protected from incorrect wiring and current overloading





*Software features
*Fully independent gear control:-
*6 gears can all be independently programmed with 5 power points, build time and delay.
*5 individual power points per gear:-
Each gear has 5 power points that the unit will progress through over an adjustable build time. Each power point is independently adjustable allowing you to go up and down power during a gear at will. For example - this allows the user to use a small amount of power for a few seconds and then maybe have the power build up aggressively during a gear. It also allows the user to drop power at any specific point during a gear that may cause traction/clutch problems.
*Adjustable build time per gear
each gear has a build time allocated to it
*Nitrous delay on 1st gear or all gears
nitrous only delay can be set to work on 1st gear, or all gears
*Min/Max pulse width control
The absolute minimum and maximum PW’s can be set to suit the solenoids
*Fuel pressure indicator/nitrous cut off
-The fuel pressure is monitored and can be set to cut the nitrous if the pressure drops below a certain value
*Nitrous pressure display/over pressure cut-off.
The nitrous pressure is monitored and can cut the nitrous if the pressure goes over a certain value.
*RPM display
Unit screen displays RPM
*Voltage display
Unit screen displays current voltage
*Voltage low/electrical fault warning
Unit will detect low voltage conditions and warn
**RPM window switch

When an RPM input is connected to the unit the activation of the nitrous system can be set to work within an adjustable RPM window. This stops nitrous being used at a excessively low or extremely high RPM.
*On-board throttle position sensing / system trigger
Unit can be set to operate at a set throttle position
*System Standby mode
Unit can be put into standby mode which will still allow data logging, bottle heater control etc but disable the solenoid outputs
Automatic gearbox mode
-The unit can be put into auto mode so it scrolls through the gears automatically at the end of each build time. This is also useful for full throttle shifting and actually gives you 30 independent power points (with different ‘rolling’ build times), during any one run without the need to let go of the throttle.
*Auto box gear change detect (also allows manual override)
RPM can be watched to detect automatic gear change to determine when to switch up a gear.
*On board data logging for RPM, fuel press, nitrous press and voltage
Unit data logs the above for each run (min and max values only)
**Fixed power output mode (Burn-Out mode)
-A fixed amount of power between zero and maximum can be set, that will not change for a predetermined number of operations.

-This feature will allow the use of small amounts of nitrous during burnouts or if a fixed amount of power (or no power) is required during the first gear of operation.
*4 memories
4 different programs can be stored
*On board system test facility
Every output can be tested by button push.
*Static test facility
The unit allows the ‘Static Test’ to be carried out from within the car, on screen. You can either opt for a fixed hit or a progressive delivery using this facility.
*Fuel press/nitrous press alarms
If the fuel pressure or nitrous pressure falls out of the set window an alarm will sound
*Frequency selector
*The solenoid frequency can be adjusted to suit the type of solenoids being used.
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Old 04-18-2008, 01:06 PM   #263
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It sensored me????


as far as the unit goes...

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Old 05-01-2008, 10:58 PM   #264
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im really looking into running a 50 shot on my svt. looking at zex kits and a few others along with the fuel rail adapter from massive speed and a zex window switch. anything else i should consider getting or even a different kit? thanks
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Old 06-15-2008, 09:37 AM   #266
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Is there any place where we can Hide the bottle's in the car somewhere? plus what about running N2O on a high compression engine or will it Kaboom?
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Old 06-16-2008, 10:16 AM   #267
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^^^ Spare tire well with a raised floor works, OR you could even build a custom "sub-box" for it, or even flush in the back of your seat and re-carpet the back of your car. Mine looks like it came that way from the factory. Check out my gallery pics, there is one in there.

High compression is okay, just not with a tune advancing the timing... Go UP on the fuel jet to make it rich to start, wet kit only, and run colder plugs, and LISTEN for det.
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hey vinney, when I start adjusting back the timing its -2 degrees from the stock settings right. Randy doesn't want to tune my car unless its at FS which I understand. He told me to just pull timing out of his tune to make a n20 tune. Turbo Tom told me about the same, -2 degrees for every 50 hp I shoot. So I pull -2 degrees from where the stock timing was? or where his timing is now?
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^^^ go back from stock settings.
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So pull his timing back to stock settings then pull more timing out in -2 degree incriments for about every 50 hp I shoot.

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