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    hidden nitrous idea?

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/NEX-80018/

    using a straight shot (sdt) nitrous nozzle mounted into the back of the intake under the dash. I dont see any reason this would not work, but i have not went out and looked to see how much room is back there. im sure you could mount everything back there and no one would know...what do yall think?
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    That will Not work. It won't allow for the proper cylinder distribution to all cylinders. Since air is flowing front to rear in the intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozen WS6 View Post
    That will Not work. It won't allow for the proper cylinder distribution to all cylinders. Since air is flowing front to rear in the intake.

    Simple answer Unless you want to destroy your engine.
    only the rear cylinders would be gettting the nitrous.

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    Back in the day (80's street racing in LA) I had a friend who hid a fogger coming up from the bottom of an aftermarket intake. Made him a lot of $$$...

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    What If you could get a tube connected to it that extended the length of the intake that sprayed into each port? Like an internal spray bar or something?

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    You would need steel braided hoses or hard lines to withstand the pressures of the nitrous and the heat of the engine.
    If you did that then just get a direct port kit. Since you won't have it hidden anymore. If you want to hide it, just get a nozzle kit and put it on the bottom of your bellows and mount the noids under the edge of the air box. There are alot of way to hide it and plumb it in correctly.

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    Yeah I know that I was just kicking around this idea.

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    plum it into the throttle body. If you do the throttle body bypass mod, where you cap off the went tube on the passenger side valve cover to the throttle body you will have a open port. Use your line and maybe shield it with a rubber hose to look semi stock.
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    i have a heater hose that has a line inside that goes in the air take off on my slp lid. from there u can run a foger bar or what ever u want.

    for a micro switch is a little harder. i have a zex box that reads the TSP and shoots off that lol. i have all this and have not used it yet.

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    You can mount the WOT micro switch on the gas peddel or not use it and just run a push button instead. It's easy to hide everything just need to get creative. Hell I've cut the bottoms off of tool boxes to put over my bottle in the trunk before.

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    I think you should take the stock intake OFF & send it out to be plumbed with a Internal spray bar.

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