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Old 12-11-2010, 11:50 PM   #11
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interesting, makes sense
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Fogger systems are $$$. And of a power range that would require you to run with timing backed off. Wouldn't be practical for a "streetable application". Also with a Gen5/N*TB/etc already in the mix, a fogger system is gonna make something say Snap.

I'd say use a jet threaded into a TB spacer plate but compressing a nitrous/fuel mixture in a */C seems to me to be in the "here'* your sign" category. But don't know squat about that realm.

Dry shots are wack. They gave NOX the bad name that carries on. You have to provide gas for the extra oxidizer or your going to run beyond efficient and lean the mix to far.
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I wouldn't waste the extra money on the NOS. Put the money towards something else you need on the car like the remaining GXP exterior
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ok so after doing some searching and looking around can find the kits for the L67 and L32 but none that i can find that will work with the N* what fun. oh well probably would be more trouble than it'* worth
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