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Old 03-15-2017, 07:34 AM   #1
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Hey guys, looking for recommendations on where to mount the nozzle for my NX dry shot. I'm using n2o to control IAT temps with high boost. Tuning with Haltech platinum pro plug and play. Will be running C16 fuel when spraying. Built sleeved DE with greddy twin 20g's. I know it needs to be sprayed before the MAF so we can tune for it but how far before the MAF is too far? Thinking of mounting the nozzle in the intercooler outlet right after the BOV. My BOV is mounted to the intercooler outlet pipe inside the bumper/wheel well. The pipe that the BOV is mounted to is a bit thicker cast aluminium i figured this would be a good place to mount the nozzle. Any input would be much appreciated!
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Did you ever get your answer? If you can't get it here, a good place to look is on LS1tech, they have a lot of guys who use nitrous there. Here is a quick thread that might help you out somewhat.

http://ls1tech.com/forums/forced-ind...o-nitrous.html
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Nozzle mounted about 7 inches from the MAF. Spraying towards it.

Got my schematic drawn up and everything wired so the Haltech will control the solenoid on and off.
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Well I got all the N2O stuff hooked up plumbed and wired. It is super stealth can't see anything with the bumper on. Not that I care about people seeing it but there's limited space in the Z engine bay so hiding it just made sense.
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Looks good. Just keep an eye out on your nitrous pressure. I moved my tank back to the spare tire area also and I had issues with elevated temperatures which caused my pressure to skyrocket.
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I can deal with a natural bottle heater haha. Thinking about getting a purge kit and blow down tube just in case pressure does climb to high I can just purge until it's in the safe zone.
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I can deal with a natural bottle heater haha. Thinking about getting a purge kit and blow down tube just in case pressure does climb to high I can just purge until it's in the safe zone.
I was seeing pressure around 1200 psi, so thats a lot of purging. I hope nitrous is cheap around you, its $6/lb where I am at. I hate wasting nitrous like that, I don't even purge before runs.
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Ya 1200psi is getting scary. Nitrous tends to get volitile around 1050ish. Where the molecules are in a stage between liquid and gas and can cause problems most people run 800-1000psi. I'll see how it acts and purchase parts accordingly. I wasn't planning on running a purge kit. No real need to with a dry shot on top of boost.
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A lot of people don't account for phase change when it comes to nitrous. I've seen people recommend to run nitrous at 1100 psi because it feels like it "hits" harder.

A very informative faq about nitrous is on the daytona sensors website for those interested:
http://www.daytona-sensors.com/nitro...-and-tips.html

I also highly suggest getting a blow down tube.
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