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ok i'm new and just put one of those cool cherry bomb glass packs on and was wondering how much more horsepower i would get if i drilled holes in it. and what's wheel horsepower.....i'm confused.

ok i'm kidding i just saw the newbie post in the flame forum and thought i'd flip some people out. anyways i see a lot of talk about the zex kit and was just wondering if that was the easiest kit for a hyundai or if you guys just like it for the price. found some pretty good info so far......great site!


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First off welcome to the boards. To answer the NOS question the I think most people buy the ZEX kit because it is universal, so you don't have to search for one for a car that isn't that popular in the import scene yet. It is also the most economical for the layman <img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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Whether you buy an NOS, Zex, NX kits, be sure your fuel system can handle the extra fuel needed for the spray. I like the Zex because of the ease of install. However, I'm not a real fan of the fact that in some of them when the bottle begins to go low it shuts the system off and won't let you spray. NOS is ok if you have an upgraded fuel system. NX on the other hand also has a generic kit, sprays wet (with fuel), and like NOS kits have tons of aftermarket options when it comes time to upgrade.


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