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Old 02-15-2003, 12:31 PM   #11
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one question here. if you use a wet system, dont you think the fuel will destroy the MAF sensor? i really wish you had some numbers because im getting the nitrous itch again. might add it too t my car and maybe put it over the 300 hp mark at the wheels.
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one question here. if you use a wet system, dont you think the fuel will destroy the MAF sensor? i really wish you had some numbers because im getting the nitrous itch again. might add it too t my car and maybe put it over the 300 hp mark at the wheels.

You can use the Thrasher TB spacer so it injects a wet shot behind the MAF so no worries there. Only deal is the gaskets sucks that they provide so people get leaks even though they could easily cut out their own gaskets.... whatever.
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Yea I wish I had #'* too....If someone wants to bring me some technology I'll be more than happy to run it, heh. But seriously...Its raining out right now, hopefully if tomorrow is dry I can get you some raw numbers with a stop watch and a good eye.

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i have a G TECH pro competion. it works great!!!!!!
also you said about the way it seems to run better cold, the zex system runs off of fuel supply too. it has a micro computer to only allow the right amount of nitrous for the fuel you have there. when its cold, the coolant sensor richens up the fuel by lenthening the dwell time( on tme) of the injectors. if you go with a dry system, i really think zex is the one to go with for the bux. not sure if venom makes a kit for us yet but they are quite costly in comparison.
i looked at summit racing cat. today and they have a manufacturer called motorvation that custom burns chips for gm with any mods you have. it cost 398 bux. after you order it a tech rep from motovation calls you and takes all the mods you have and custom burns a chip for that. something i really think i might do because then i can use the 95 TB i have that is ported and polished to match my new sc .
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