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i was curious... i know zex and nx both have n20 kits for tiburons.. but can you a setup by NOS for them? are the kits fairly universal nos makes, or do you have to do some heavy mods to get it right?


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Well the systems are some what universal and when setting up the system there will have to be some tweeking. Here is a post from another forum that I wrote on the calibration and principles of nitrous.


There are two types of nitrous systems, fogger nozzle and a plate system. A fogger system injects a proportionant amount of fuel and N2O. A plate system injects off of a spray bar that runs through the air flow path. The ratio of nitrous to fuel is 9.649:1, but when setting the system up add 10% more fuel as a starting point, changing the ratio to 8.77:1. By adding too much fuel you can have a nitrous back fire, which can be hazardous to the life of your engine, and running to lean can create just as big of a problem. When setting up a nitrous system of any serious proportion, its best to calibrate the system. To calibrate nitrous flow choose what jets for the horsepower you desire, weight the bottle, a full 10 pound bottle weigths 25lbs. After weighing flow the nitrous through the nozzle for 30 seconds, after that weigh the bottle again and get the difference in weight. Them flow the fuel and catch it in a pan, flow it for 30 seconds. Weigh the fuel discharged. Divide the weight of the fuel into the weight of the nitrous used. If the ratio is off you can adjust the fuel by changing jets or adjusting fuel pressure to change flow. As far as octane of fuel used for nitrous, use as high as you can get at the pump. VP and Sunoco do offer 120 octane nitrous fuel, that is only for the serious competitve nitrous user, like pro mods, super street and outlaw prostreet. Alot of the people of the competition users do use seperate fuel systems that house the high octane nitrous fuel with seperate fuel pumps. They can maintain consistency of fuel flow and run higher or lower fuel pressure that there operating system. When nitrous is heated to 570F it releases the oxygen and nitrogen, the nitrogen aids in the stabilization of the combustion process. With out the nitrogen the combustion process would be too violent.


There are two types of nitrous systems, fogger nozzle and a plate system. A fogger system injects a proportionant amount of fuel and N2O. A plate system injects off of a spray bar that runs through the air flow path. The ratio of nitrous to fuel is 9.649:1, but when setting the system up add 10% more fuel as a starting point, changing the ratio to 8.77:1. By adding too much fuel you can have a nitrous back fire, which can be hazardous to the life of your engine, and running to lean can create just as big of a problem. When setting up a nitrous system of any serious proportion, its best to calibrate the system. To calibrate nitrous flow choose what jets for the horsepower you desire, weight the bottle, a full 10 pound bottle weigths 25lbs. After weighing flow the nitrous through the nozzle for 30 seconds, after that weigh the bottle again and get the difference in weight. Them flow the fuel and catch it in a pan, flow it for 30 seconds. Weigh the fuel discharged. Divide the weight of the fuel into the weight of the nitrous used. If the ratio is off you can adjust the fuel by changing jets or adjusting fuel pressure to change flow. As far as octane of fuel used for nitrous, use as high as you can get at the pump. VP and Sunoco do offer 120 octane nitrous fuel, that is only for the serious competitve nitrous user, like pro mods, super street and outlaw prostreet. Alot of the people of the competition users do use seperate fuel systems that house the high octane nitrous fuel with seperate fuel pumps. They can maintain consistency of fuel flow and run higher or lower fuel pressure that there operating system. When nitrous is heated to 570F it releases the oxygen and nitrogen, the nitrogen aids in the stabilization of the combustion process. With out the nitrogen the combustion process would be too violent.


There are two types of nitrous systems, fogger nozzle and a plate system. A fogger system injects a proportionant amount of fuel and N2O. A plate system injects off of a spray bar that runs through the air flow path. The ratio of nitrous to fuel is 9.649:1, but when setting the system up add 10% more fuel as a starting point, changing the ratio to 8.77:1. By adding too much fuel you can have a nitrous back fire, which can be hazardous to the life of your engine, and running to lean can create just as big of a problem. When setting up a nitrous system of any serious proportion, its best to calibrate the system. To calibrate nitrous flow choose what jets for the horsepower you desire, weight the bottle, a full 10 pound bottle weigths 25lbs. After weighing flow the nitrous through the nozzle for 30 seconds, after that weigh the bottle again and get the difference in weight. Them flow the fuel and catch it in a pan, flow it for 30 seconds. Weigh the fuel discharged. Divide the weight of the fuel into the weight of the nitrous used. If the ratio is off you can adjust the fuel by changing jets or adjusting fuel pressure to change flow. As far as octane of fuel used for nitrous, use as high as you can get at the pump. VP and Sunoco do offer 120 octane nitrous fuel, that is only for the serious competitve nitrous user, like pro mods, super street and outlaw prostreet. Alot of the people of the competition users do use seperate fuel systems that house the high octane nitrous fuel with seperate fuel pumps. They can maintain consistency of fuel flow and run higher or lower fuel pressure that there operating system. When nitrous is heated to 570F it releases the oxygen and nitrogen, the nitrogen aids in the stabilization of the combustion process. With out the nitrogen the combustion process would be too violent.


There are two types of nitrous systems, fogger nozzle and a plate system. A fogger system injects a proportionant amount of fuel and N2O. A plate system injects off of a spray bar that runs through the air flow path. The ratio of nitrous to fuel is 9.649:1, but when setting the system up add 10% more fuel as a starting point, changing the ratio to 8.77:1. By adding too much fuel you can have a nitrous back fire, which can be hazardous to the life of your engine, and running to lean can create just as big of a problem. When setting up a nitrous system of any serious proportion, its best to calibrate the system. To calibrate nitrous flow choose what jets for the horsepower you desire, weight the bottle, a full 10 pound bottle weigths 25lbs. After weighing flow the nitrous through the nozzle for 30 seconds, after that weigh the bottle again and get the difference in weight. Them flow the fuel and catch it in a pan, flow it for 30 seconds. Weigh the fuel discharged. Divide the weight of the fuel into the weight of the nitrous used. If the ratio is off you can adjust the fuel by changing jets or adjusting fuel pressure to change flow. As far as octane of fuel used for nitrous, use as high as you can get at the pump. VP and Sunoco do offer 120 octane nitrous fuel, that is only for the serious competitve nitrous user, like pro mods, super street and outlaw prostreet. Alot of the people of the competition users do use seperate fuel systems that house the high octane nitrous fuel with seperate fuel pumps. They can maintain consistency of fuel flow and run higher or lower fuel pressure that there operating system. When nitrous is heated to 570F it releases the oxygen and nitrogen, the nitrogen aids in the stabilization of the combustion process. With out the nitrogen the combustion process would far to volatile.

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