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post #1 of 21 Old 12-27-2018, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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Street car,couple of kits


2 small kits



The retards, progressor,ignition box,etc.




Nitrous outlet stand alone with adjustable low pressure switch.


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Thru a manual...nice. Must be fun.

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Thru a manual...nice. Must be fun.
It's fun,can be a bit of a hand full,at times.

Mounting the bottle straight up,seems pretty effective. Pulled the first empty bottle out
yesterday,felt so light I had to weigh it. 15 lb. (empty is 14 lb)


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nice! old school T handle FTW!

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I chose to remove the ball,and swap in the T handle,to activate the 2nd kit.
I was a little unsure about that move at first. Once I found the comfortable
angle,it was old school cool. LOL

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First update,the -4 T is gone,replaced with a 6/4/4 Y and 6 feet of -6 feed line.




Followed by a Nitrous Outlet,1/4 turn shutoff.




A 8'' length and NOS high flow filter.




And finally a 18'' length,2 hole adapter for pressure gauge and sender and -6 bottle nut.


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Any track times or dyno numbers, also what size pills are you using?

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No numbers. Right now (winter) .047n/.041f first kit,.048n/.042f second,-8 NGK's,pulling 7*.
AFR is 12.3-12.5 pump in the tank,110 in the stand alone.

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where is your line loc button ?


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Love the T handle, it's what I used in my turbo 92 notch, with a toploader.

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where is your line loc button ?


It's on the shifter,in this pic you can just get a glimpse of it.
The angle of the pic is misleading,that toggle is far away from the button.

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My windsor is a hand full shifting the t56 but since its faceplated that makes it easier. I'm just running 1 kit and a 88 jet, Tq hit 869 on the dyno while tuning. The mcleod twin disk is holding up pretty good.
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My windsor is a hand full shifting the t56 but since its faceplated that makes it easier. I'm just running 1 kit and a 88 jet, Tq hit 869 on the dyno while tuning. The mcleod twin disk is holding up pretty good.
Nice ! That's some serious torque. I looked back 5 years in this forum did not see a thread on it ?
With all the nitrous cars out there,not sure why this forum is so dead.

I will turn the car up a little in the spring with a Big shot plate (stainless/64 holes)
I use a Mcleod twin disc as well,so far so good.

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I love the set up,
I got bit by the Nitrous bug last year just to settle a grudge race between friends with a little ZEX kit, Now I just want more!!

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Ok now I see your line loc button. clean set up. I see the relays are you using a two stage relay set up ? Many years ago when I had a two stage set up on my 5 speed street car I used a two stage relay set up. they work great! first stage was actived by a full throttle switch on the carburetor and the second stage was actived by the cruise control "on-off" button on the steering wheel. with the two stage relays. if i wanted I could hold down the second stage button and when I hit full throttle it would go straight to the second stage, I found this very helpful when I was at the track and had slicks on the car. again your install looks great, and remember 3 pedals rule!

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Sorry,if you click the link then you tube it plays.

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Any thoughts on hanging a blow down tube off that bottle?

I ran that same handle/button back in the day. I believe I still have it in the garage, boxed up. Nice work! Thanks for sharing.

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man it seems like it runs really smooth. I was itching to find a clean stock coupe and throw a NOS 05115 kit on it but haven't gotten around to it. My other foxes consume any free time i have.
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Any thoughts on hanging a blow down tube off that bottle?

I ran that same handle/button back in the day. I believe I still have it in the garage, boxed up. Nice work! Thanks for sharing.
My pleasure.
With my valve about 25'' off the floor,can't use the 20/21'' tubes they sell. Had to make my own.
Got the parts today.(8 to 4an reducer,30''4an line,4an bulkhead/nuts,and another blow down fitting with disc)
Will have a blowdown setup for a 15 and 10 lb bottle.

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man it seems like it runs really smooth. I was itching to find a clean stock coupe and throw a NOS 05115 kit on it but haven't gotten around to it. My other foxes consume any free time i have.
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