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Old 01-01-2009, 09:23 PM
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Nitrous kNOW HOW

NEED SPECIFIC DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON EXACTLY HOW NITROUS IS ACTIVATED FROM THE START AT THE TREE TO THE END OF A RUN IN A 1/4 MILE DRAG KNOW HOW TO HOOK IT-ALL UP BUT HAVE NEVER USED IT I KNOW THIS SOUNDS LIKE I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I AM DOING BUT I HAVE HAD THIS 69 CAMARO SB FOR YEARS WE FINALLY GOT IT TO RUN IN THE MID TO UPPER 11's ON MOTOR I HAVE ALL THE GOODIES INSIDE FOR NITROUS JUST SHY ON USING IT I JUST NEED A LITTLE KNOW HOW FIRST.

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You would best served to contact the company that made it. You can probably go to a google search and find the schematic for the setup to help you .
Most nitrous systems are activated by a solenoid which is activated by a button in the car. You should know how much power this kit is going to make and what size jet to use. You don't want to just put this on and hit the button, you may end up with alot of broken parts.
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once you have the info to plumbing the nos and fuel (remember more fuel less timing ) you should always retard timing at least 3 degrees prior to running the motor... also you could set the nos to come on at a later time say like when you shift into second gear with a micro switch at the shifter if you are running a automatic. this is what I have done and it works very well,with the arming switch on the dash or ? and a active switch at the carb throttle arm again w/ micro switch and the one on the shifter... when the dash switch is on everything is armed and the only way it fires off the other two switches is at full throttle and then when I hit second This has put my car in the 10.30s @126mph 1/4 mile and saves the motor... good luck and remember the frist rule more fuel / less timing (retard).....or......boom!!!
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