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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 12:45 AM Thread Starter
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Best Place For A Single Stage Of NO2?

I'm thinking before the boot on the cold side of the IC? But looking for input.

I may turn it into a redneck dual stage setup, so I need the best possible spot.


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Re: Best Place For A Single Stage Of NO2?

Why the cold side... I would do it on the hot side before going into the y.
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I dunno why... I was just thinking... Bad idea?


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Re: Best Place For A Single Stage Of NO2?

you have plastic or metal ic tanks? they can be drilled and tapped for a hidden look. Otherwise, on the y coming out of the turbo? if always ran before the ic if just running one stage. just figure it mixes with the air better that way plus it helps cool down the ic. that could also be total bs.

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i would look into ZEX good kits for the money... best place is right as close to the engine as possible but in your case in before the turbo will work after the turbo will work or after the intercooler, your not spraying huge amounts or anything so anywhere you put it will help.

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Re: Best Place For A Single Stage Of NO2?

OK. I have metal ends. So maybe I'll go on the hot side of the IC tank. Thanks for the tip Dustin, but I've got an NX kit for a gasser, just have to get another nitrous solenoid to replace the gas one.


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OK. I have metal ends. So maybe I'll go on the hot side of the IC tank. Thanks for the tip Dustin, but I've got an NX kit for a gasser, just have to get another nitrous solenoid to replace the gas one.
perfect thats what i use is a wet nozzle for two stages.... works pretty well. Mine is nx too, whats the part number on the solenoid you have now?

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Run the nozzle up in the drivers side sunvisor.
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Run the nozzle up in the drivers side sunvisor.
So at least I could have fun on my 14 second pass!?

Dustin, it's a used kit, I don't see a part number. But it's an NX "Iceman" solenoid. My Mustang buddy said it's a good solenoid though.

It's this same set of solenoids.



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Re: Best Place For A Single Stage Of NO2?

i wonder what the orfice is, try and get one that is like a .93 or something that way you can grow into it if need be. Ill do some looking

Does your nozzle look like this?


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