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ahh somemore NOS questions!

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    actually, when i am staging and i rev to 2k to launch, i will purge untill i pull 3k then i kick off the purge and on the spray, so it gets about 10seconds of spray on the engine then the rest is through the intake.. basically my arm switch kicks on the purge so when i open that it turns on the purge and when i hit the button the voltage to the purge sylonoid kicks off and the spray starts, a pretty ingenious setup if i do say soo myself...

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  • accrdpower
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    Originally posted by LXaccord92
    ya, i have a sleeper setup... i mean, like my purge is comming out of 2 nozzles i guess u could say, they both spray down from the firewall onto the IM and block...
    ahh ok...i understand now lol took me a while but i got it. would it really make any bit of a difference? i mean u only purge once in a while before u use the nitrous anyway.

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    ya, i have a sleeper setup... i mean, like my purge is comming out of 2 nozzles i guess u could say, they both spray down from the firewall onto the IM and block...

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  • Fearit22
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    Not into the intake, but set it to purge onto the manifold to cool it down.

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  • accrdpower
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    so u set the purge to shoot into the intake? huh never thought of that. will it actually help. btw i have a automatic. lol but i realy do not want any overheating problems....so i will probably end up getting a koyo radiator, oil cooler and probably do the purge thing into the intake. i mean i don't plan on spraying that much....u know once in a while when some guy pulls up with his women and tries to race me lol and maybe a cf hood with a scoop u know get more air into the engine bay. i dunno just throwing out ideas. that was really ht eonly thing i was worried about the heat. bc if the nos will do anything it will probably overheat crap. especially if i have a trigger finger lol

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  • Fearit22
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    Nah, I was considering it for that purpose, but I had to sell it to fund my turbo project. I won't be away from nitrous for too long though. Whenever I get another kit I plan on going with a direct port setup next time. That's about all I'm going to say about that for now

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    yes, the thought of the denser shot is back... that is what everyone calls it, including me and Fearhit22, it is when u use a denser shot, which is your purge, to cool something, intercooler, engine, radiator, etc. P.S.- Fearhit, have u used ur NX kit as a intercooler sprayer yet???

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  • Fearit22
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    Yeah, running the heat in the car actually helps a little bit, but it's just a good idea in general to give it a break. A lot of stuff needs to cool down to optimize your performance ... your engine of course but stuff like your clutch and other things need to be cooler to work best. A lot of people hook up their purge to go onto the intake or intake manifold to cool it down a little bit. I would recommend doing that if you get a purge.

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  • accrdpower
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    is there anything i can buy like maybe an oil cooler or something to help releive some of the extra heat? maybe blast my heat in the car as well lol

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  • Fearit22
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    You could probably get away with it. Just make sure you give your car plenty of time to cool down in between runs. It would be a good idea to have some extra cash in case of a motor problem, but f22's are cheap engines to buy anyway.

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  • accrdpower
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    Originally posted by LXaccord92
    ^^seriously.. even what Feahrit22 said is true by backing nme up... first he was spraying a 75shot and now he is reliable turbo on the same motor at over 100k.. that has got to tell u something...
    yes it does....maybe i can get away with a 75shot on my 170k motor...maybe! or i just may be better off safer than sry and go with 50shot. but with what everyone says, i will be up at that 75shot in no time haha. thanks for all the help guys!

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    ^^seriously.. even what Feahrit22 said is true by backing nme up... first he was spraying a 75shot and now he is reliable turbo on the same motor at over 100k.. that has got to tell u something...

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    told u me and Fearit22 knew what we were talking about, lol...

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  • Fearit22
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    I agree with mounting it a little off center so it will distribute it more evenly. That's what I did as well, and it worked pretty good for me.

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  • TÜNE.FREE
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    k, now i will add.... on spray u want a rich mixture, and just now i have started spraying my new F22 with a dry ZEX kit, i have done a lot of research (so has Fearit22) so listen to him also, anyways, when u spray they say to mount the fogger nozzle 3-12 inches away from the TB.... now here is the thing, this is very true... when u spray ur nitrous no matter how or where the nozzle is.. u are going to lean out cylinders 1 and possibly 2.. so here is what i reccommend, i mounted my nozzle (sleeper setup) on the underside of my SR.. now the key is where u mount the nozzle.. i mounted it one inch b4 the filter and i aimed it towards the wall slightly... like this..

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    like off center so that that takes away some of the momentum of the spray, so what happens is u spray, well the farther u r away from the intake means that the less momentum the spray will have and evenly distribute among the cylinders... mostly true, but not 100 percent accurate.... now fuel.... i am running a dry kit, but on the ZEX kit i still have changeable fuel Jets, i am running my nozzle pointed off center, at the end of the tube, and i am running a 65shot fuel jet and a 55shot N20 jet, now from what i understand this is the safest way to not blow a engine and have a safe daily driver... also, i ran 2 bottles of fuel injector cleaner on a half tank of gas b4 i installed the kit and started spraying and installed a 255lph fuel pump just incase for upgrading later... so u decide, but be safe... and make sure u dont spray till ur fuel cut off and dont spray below at least 3.4k.. they say 3 but i have tested and ur engine doesn`t unload all the torque until then so if u do start spraying 3k then u r stressing the bottom end.. we dont have a 1.6 litre like a civic, we have the SOHC bog blocks and they need to unload... good luck-

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