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  • 93F22A6
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    Originally posted by Shadow1 View Post
    koolkoreanked has an H22 so it MIGHT run differently with spray than our F22a's would due to compression. i may be wrong someone correct me if i am.
    I'm thinking the same thing, I don't know much about nitrous though. Also when you install it don't forget to purge the lines(as in unhook the line from the nox silenoid and open the bottle up. Not sure if you need to do it with the fuel line but it wouldn't hurt.)

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  • Shadow1
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    Originally posted by h22sparkle View Post
    You should just go with a zex kit 50 shot with a 255 fuel pump with a purple billte fuel pressure regulator with some 2 step colder plugs.
    why would you need a new fuel pump? he already said what company he's going with...so why mention another company and other un-needed parts?


    get some step 1 colder plugs like suggested homie. koolkoreanked has an H22 so it MIGHT run differently with spray than our F22a's would due to compression. i may be wrong someone correct me if i am.

    this is what i pulled from this section:

    Originally posted by TUNE.FREE
    spray between 850-1000psi bottle pressure
    dont use any type of Octane Booster
    only use 91 gas
    and no matter what anyone says, dont mount it infront of ur passenger seat, no protection, u dont believe me, i have seen 2 white people do it!
    make sure u are mechanically sound (stock timing or below and everything runs smooth)
    use a WOT switch or make sure u r in gear and at ull throttle b4 u spray
    and obviously you dont need to retard or advance the timing:

    Originally posted by TUNE.FREE
    50-55 shot: 1 step colder plugs

    60-65 shot: 1 step colder plugs / .5-.8 degree ignition retard (really hard to do without a digitally read timming gun)

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  • 93F22A6
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    All the set ups I have seen run an arm switch with the wot switch as well. I'm pretty sure your gonna burn the tires in 2nd if you hit it but thats just a guess.

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  • Mayhem Tripp Robinson
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    im sprsying s 50 shot on civic d16y8 and i just hooked it up to the horn on the left. so i spray when i hit the left butin and horn on the rightits some thing esay to do

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  • Straight Success
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    I also had a question pertaining to this topic. I am in the process now where I need information. First of all can any describe the kick of having 50 shot, 75 shot,etc. Secondly, if I do decide to run bigger than a 75 shot (I have been doing a lot of reading and pricing these past three days), will me retarding the timing and going colder plugs affect my daily driving and fuel consumption when not on the button?

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  • h22sparkle
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    You should just go with a zex kit 50 shot with a 255 fuel pump with a purple billte fuel pressure regulator with some 2 step colder plugs.

    So you wont need to back down your timing just to be on the safe side unless you go 65 or 75 thats when you back it down by 1 degree. And dont forget youll soon be needing a clutch if you havent already changed it.

    Also 1 last thing you should hide it jsut incase you get pulled over cut out a subwoofer section for it and hide the shit in the subwoofer box as a decoy.

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  • dbsharp
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    I think a wot activation with a rpm window switch is ideal.

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  • d112crzy
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    The WOT switch sprays whenever you're WOT. There's no time limits to switches, unless you program one to be.

    You're over thinking it Tony, lol. It's just a simple on and off switch. You either spray or you don't.

    I've experienced both. None works better than the other as they both accomplish the same thing. It's really up to you on which route you choose.

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  • d112crzy
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    Originally posted by 90-JDMCB7
    So when you do a simple button what duration does it spray and doing it this way, do you just hit the button every gear you want to spray? Ideally do you want the nitrous to not be spraying when you shift the next gear right, makes it safer on the tranny?
    It'll spray as long as you have it pressed down.

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  • 1990Ex
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    Originally posted by 90-JDMCB7
    So when you do a simple button what duration does it spray and doing it this way, do you just hit the button every gear you want to spray? Ideally do you want the nitrous to not be spraying when you shift the next gear right, makes it safer on the tranny?
    just like they do in fast an furious bro

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  • d112crzy
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    There are various ways to setup nitrous. Some do WOT switches, where it requires an activation switch to be turned on then a WOT switch on the tb or the pedal.

    Some do a simple button.

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  • d112crzy
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    I recommend NGK 4091's or some NGK 1283's. Both are 7 heat range, just different designs. the 4091's might fuck with your radio reception because they are non resistor plugs. But they're harmless otherwise. I'd start with a .035" gap and go tighter if needed.

    I wouldn't touch the timing until I got to a 75 shot. Get yourself a timing light, and mark where 15* is, then mark where 14* and 13* is as well. I'd retard it only 1 degree until you work yourself up to a 100 shot, then retard 2-3* or more depending on what your plugs look like.

    As far as pressure goes, the reason you don't want to spray with low pressure is because there won't be as much nitrous spraying as there would be with the appropriate pressure. What this does is create a rich condition(on a wet shot), giving you an overall smaller shot.

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  • koolkoreanked
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    I spray in every gear but 5th and have been almost everyday for 3 years. for the first year I was on a 50-75 shot (went bigger as the year went) and stayed with the stock timing. The last 2 years I've been running a 100 shot which strangely enough makes over 100 whp extra. more like 110. Timing is retarded just a tad. As far as spraying under 900 psi, It doesn't matter. you just wont have any power thats all. I'm on a h22 btw. Have fun!

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  • dbsharp
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    if you aren't getting any detonation, don't pull timing. you can spray at less than 900psi you just wont get as much power and it will be too rich. check your plugs for detonation. If they are clean, let it ride.

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  • scudweiser
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    the idea of retarding timing and using colder plugs is to reduce the spark plug tip temperatures to avoid predetonation, colder plugs alone should be ok, advancing the timing by ten degrees increases tip temp by up to 100 degrees Celsius, so i mean its kind of un necissary, plus youll lose power when youre not on the juice

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