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NX setup - clean

Thanks again to Don, Eric and Jared!


From here you can barely see the fuel setup lower left and the N02 upper left


Close up of N02 setup


Close up of N02 setup from the top


Digital Window Switch and Electronic TPS


Cobalt gauges


Bottle with heater and pressure safety switch


Switches hiding behind ash tray lid
 

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looks great..


now how does she kick ?
 

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Very sanitary install :z: :z:
 

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I started with a 75 shot because one of the jets for the 100 shot was missing from my set. I'm running MT ET Street Radials with the stock clutch, so I'm trying to keep it fairly mild for now. I'm dynoing it today to see what it pulls. Once I get a good tune and feel like the setup is safe, I'll probably get the aussie clutch and shoot 175.

I can't believe how strong the 75 shot feels...
 

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I think TByrne carries all this and he's a sponsor...

Part Number: NX-20920-10 GM EFI Single Nozzle System (35-150hp)
Part Number: NX-GEN-XII Upgrade - Includes Bottle Heater, Pressure Gauge, Fuel Pressure Safety Switch, Blow Down Fitting & Tube, Purge Valve
MSD Digital RPM Window Switch
MSD 15961 TPS WOT Switch
Part Number: NX-15896 Switch Console Assembly
Autometer Gauge Pod, Full Pillar, Dual 2 1/16 in., Black ABS, Chevy Corvette
Autometer Cobalt Fuel Pressure Gauge
Autometer Cobalt Nitrous Pressure Gauge
 

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Very :coo: but not exactly Stealth like :thumb: :thumb:
 

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Very good install. Did you do this or a shop? Did you go with the TR6 plugs? Looks very clean and especially like the cobalt guages. Have any night pictures with it?

Did you hook up the purge kit and if so where do you have the purge going?
 

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a few friends and I did the install. I did do the TR6 plugs and MSD wires. I can't hold the camera still enough for the night shot of the gauges. I'll try with a tripod. They glow very blue, though... Everyone loves them. The purge is routed under the passenger engine cover with the wiring and exits under the back of the hood and points along the windshield. I'm using the tiny plastic tubing, but will probably hard tube it with some 3/16ths to route to each of the two ducts on the sides of the car in front of the doors. I saw another like that and it worked pretty well.
 

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IT L GO said:
Very :coo: but not exactly Stealth like :thumb: :thumb:

Lol. I was going to say the same thing!
 
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