Gents; I'm running a warmed over 350 Chevy in a 4-speed Camaro with 3.70 gears and a 750 CFM Q-jet and now I want to install a 100 HP shot of nitrous. From my research it looks like the Q-jet takes about 5psi to run and the nitrous also needs about 5psi to keep from hurting a piston. The Holley Blue pump should fit the bill because it runs about 14 psi @ 110 GPH. My question to you knowledgable gents is what kind of regulator should I install? I'm leaning towards a bypass regulator but I really don't know exactly how it operates. If using the bypass style regulator I adjust the pressure down to 5psi so the q-jet runs correctly and then hit the nitrous button will the bypass feature be closed off to the fuel return line or will fuel still flow in the return line resulting in less fuel to the carb and nitrous at WOT? If that is the case then a "dead head" regulator is the way to go for a nitrous equipped engine...is my thinking way off?