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Old 05-22-2014, 06:32 AM
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Ya I hope so to, from the way mine is setup right now I have both nitrous solenoids on the same side both leading to a Y fitting then into one spray bar and the same with the fuel solenoids on the other side

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You could also join the forum at Induction Solutions website, I see a pretty good question and answer forum over there also.
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O nice, thanks I'll check it out
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ok well I hope some of you are still with me on this..

I just started mounting the plate and lining up the lines and ran into another problem.
my nitrous lines come out to far the way they are bent right now and are touching the dizzy,
im guessing the guy before me had a smaller dizzy of some sort.

im not sure now if I should attempt to try bending them up? not sure how easy these lines kink.
or order some braided hoses?

I was looking at http://www.summitracing.com/int/sear...nitrous%20line
getting 2 at 18" and 2 at 12"
is the -3 an the size I would need?
I wonder what size the orifice are on these?
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Yes, -3 AN is the correct size hose.

You can get an inexpensive hand bender from NOS Systems and from most parts stores, it is the same size hard line as 3/16" brake line, just has a different 37 flare instead of the 45 flare that is used on inverted flare brake line.

Uses a standard 3/16" compression fitting ferrule at the solenoid end, if you have to cut the hard line shorter.
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well I used what I had and tried to bend it I think it worked ok, I just dont like how messy it looks.
and you can see small nicks in the outside of the pipe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gF1eU3bIeN4
how awful you think it looks?
you think those funny bends everywhere will effect nitrous flow?
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The flow won't be bothered by the bends as long as you don't kink the line.

You can also get new hard line sections from most all nitrous suppliers, with new nuts and sleeves on the line or just the line and reuse your nuts...will have one end already 37 flared if you want to do the hard line from scratch with a proper bend tool.

If you go to a braided line, you will need to get -3AN male nipple to 1/8" pipe adapters to take the place of the compression fitting currently on the solenoids .

I couldn't have it messy, but that is your choice to make. I like nicely bent hard line...you can get the hard line sections in stainless tube also.
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I wouldnt sweat it. Get some left over brakeline and practice your bending skills. Once you can duplicate what you want, get the proper hardline and make it look pretty. I prefer the hardline to the braided line, aesthetically. Theres just something about it when its done right, it looks KILLER. Bending and flaring stainless can be an exercise in frustration. I hate it, but its most definitely engine jewelry LOL

Here's some inspiration LOL Courtesy of the master of excess Rick Dobbertin

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Go to the hardware store and get a couple feet of large dia bare copper wire. It's easy to bend until you are satisfied with the final shape, then use it as a template for bending your tubing. This also works great for making long custom bent brake lines that have to snake around quite a bit. It work hardens very little, very re-usable for your next project.
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Ok thanks guys for the help,
that does look very nice all even bends and straight lines lol ill see what I can all do here,
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hey guys im running into more problems with this nitrous plate please watch this video and let me know if you have an idea why its flowing so bad, is this normal?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6zF...ature=youtu.be
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I don't have any idea about the BG plate looking so messed up, the Sniper plate looks OK.

Have you posted the same vid link over at YB and Induction Solutions?? Maybe they can shed some light.

I have seen some guy's reporting good luck with the BG parts but using the ZEX Perimeter Spray plate.
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ya I did on yb, Induction Solutions isn't working for me, im not sure whats going on the psi and jets same with both plates
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Might want to start a new thread at YB, something with Title wording like "Bad spray pattern video, Why? need help" Guy's love looking at video and trying to help figure out things they can see.

Might get seen more than it would in your jetting thread.
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Old 06-09-2014, 10:21 PM
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ya good point, thanks man, I started a new one now.
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