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This is a discussion on how is your setup? within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i have hsw single nozzle dry. i want to mount the bottle between the 2 rear seats in my 98ss. ...

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    how is your setup?

    i have hsw single nozzle dry. i want to mount the bottle between the 2 rear seats in my 98ss. does anyone have a similar setup? how did you run your lines......just drill a hole in the floor and got underneath?

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    just cut a hole in a rubber plug in the floorboard

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    I mounted my bottle in between the 2 rear seats and I love where it is! I cat out a 3 1/4" piece of particle board and put black carpet on it. I mounted it at an angle and then mounted the bottle brackets to the board and mounted the bottle. You need to get a blow off valve and a clear hose to run to the back where the spare tire is and place the tube through a grommet to vent in case of an emergency you dont want N2o venting inside the car. Plus, most tracks wont let you run if you dont have one set up. I ran the braided nitrous line down under the passenger rear seat and then it runs under the carpet along the passenger side and through the grommet in the fire wall. Check out the link ............

    http://s726.photobucket.com/albums/w...TransAm044.jpg

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    ^^^Thats how ive done every one of ours.
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    Mine's on the rear hump as well. I made a custom braided blow down line that runs from the bottle to the grommet under the rear passenger seat. It's hooked into a metal plate under the car so it can't pull back through the rubber grommet. The actual nitrous line runs under the center console, through the passenger side firewall grommet, and to the solenoids.

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    Here's mine:




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    A few more:




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    Yeah, just poke it through the plug in the floorboard.

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    did you make that bracket to hold the bottle or buy it somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmatt07 View Post
    did you make that bracket to hold the bottle or buy it somewhere?

    http://www.nitrousoutlet.com/catalog...product_id=984

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