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2009-12-15 01:53:44
Originally Posted by AaroNX
Yeah and he's selling the kit right now.

I HAD hard lines on mine, which I just took off and I'm redoing it with braided. Line length is important when it comes to direct port setups and it's a LOT easier to get right with braided lines opposed to hard lines.

still for sale....
2009-12-16 05:32:18
Originally Posted by 93Sentra
I have the velocity stacks, and the plenum, and the throttle body flange plate and all the lines. Im definatly going to be getting this done while im on XMas break. So expect lots of photos and maybe a video of the plenum complete with in the next week or 2. Sorry Its taking so long, im super busy cramming for finals.
I will be following your progress.
Originally Posted by qwkse-r
still for sale....

That is a really nice kit. Would you part it out?
2009-12-17 00:58:03
what do you need
2009-12-17 20:58:23
Originally Posted by qwkse-r
what do you need

I do feel bad about you parting out your kit. If you did so I would need the Purge kit,bottle heater and blanket. As well as the nitrous distrabution block along with lines only.
2009-12-18 19:38:15
I've ran n2o for a long time and recently bought a turblowed sr in a b13. Ran about 800 lbs througha QR with a 100 direct port set up, doing a dry shot is damn risky. Also if you can get those nozzles about 2-3" from the head it will be much mo betta. Good luck!

If your running a fuel solenoid you can also run a FPSS, cheap ins policy for safety as well.
2009-12-21 17:50:13
If I decide to bump fuel pressure to manage the fuel I will be running a FPSS for sure. I will also be running dual solenoids. Just a heads up I went down to Import DPS a week ago, to ask about tuning Calum which they don't. The guy behind the counter told me that I need to run dual 255lph walboros with my set up that I wrote on the first page. Now I'm no pro, but I definatly know thats WAY over kill for my set up. Just a heads up for anyone in the Philly/Jersey area who does buisness with them.
2009-12-22 18:27:24
Sounds like they tried to scare you off.
2009-12-23 19:45:13
I know its a completely diff motor but on my QR when I did the wet DP 100 shot I ran a single 255 with stock injectors and was using a NEO to fine tune it with as well. I had to pull a ton of fuel with the NEO. Pretty much straight -15s when on the devil sauce.

One problem that can happen if you do a wet shot is that when the fuel hits the d-block it can lose alot of flow, psi wasnt ever a factor for me, just flow. The 255 took care of this issue nicely.
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