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This is a discussion on kit help... within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i'm wanting to get a nitrous kit for my car. it has lt's with exhaust. it's a 2000 ss and ...

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    i'm wanting to get a nitrous kit for my car. it has lt's with exhaust. it's a 2000 ss and i wanna run a 200 shot. what all will i need or will the kit come with everything?

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    Your ? is VERY general. First off I would put a Walbro 255 fuel pump. Than I would buy a NX 1 piece MAF wet kit # 20110-10. It will be the easiest for you to install plus it is good to the 200 hp level. And just so you know Most other company's # are flywheel hp. When NX says 200 hp they mean 200 rwhp or more. I have installed 15-18 of these in the past few years and had really good results. There is MANY options you can add window switch,fuel pressure accumulator,hobbs switch,bottle heater,progressive controller,etc.

    Hope this helps you.
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    If you're running a 200 shot. I'd get a standalone with c16. I hear that it's a little safer for a big shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealLiveMD View Post
    If you're running a 200 shot. I'd get a standalone with c16. I hear that it's a little safer for a big shot.
    You Don't need a stand alone Nor 117 octane fuel for a 200 shot on a stock motor. Of course you can say that would be safer but it's also on the side of overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS2Tuner View Post
    You Don't need a stand alone Nor 117 octane fuel for a 200 shot on a stock motor. Of course you can say that would be safer but it's also on the side of overkill.
    i was told with my injector size i would be pushing being able to run even a 150 shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarospade View Post
    i was told with my injector size i would be pushing being able to run even a 150 shot.
    Well with that being said You are talking about a DRY kit.

    The Only thing I run those on are a rental car for the weekend!

    I run WET style set ups. That way the fuel jet I install determines the A/F Ratio that I want. So your injectors have Nothing to do with it.
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