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Old 09-19-2010, 01:37 PM
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Nitrous fuel supply

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I"m in the process of setting up my fuel system for my 69 mustang with a 302 with nitrous. I have a 1/2" line up to a Moroso cool can then to the carb. I want to set up a second dedicated line for the nitrous and wanted to see if any thinks a stock 3/8 line with a second electric fuel pump would be sifficient to feed a 125 shot nitrous solenoid? I would think that it would be more than enough. Thoughts?

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I would think, that's all I used in the past. Is it for a powershot nitrous plate?
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The 3/8" line will be enough for 250+ nitrous shot, probably 350+ when used as a dedicated nitrous feed only line.
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3/8" line and a Holley red pump will be more than enough. Holley black pump could run the shot and the engine with a 1/2" line split before the carb.
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