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    My N02 kit (Pics)

    - 1998 Trans Am formula
    - 86,500 miles
    - Mods, Lid, SLP induction kit, LS6 intake manifold, SLP altinator pullies, Motive 3.73s, Nitto DRs, SFCs, QTP electronic cut out, 80mm MAF
    - N02 kit is NX wet kit 50 to 175 shot with 10lb bottle
    - Accessories for kit include, MSD window switch, NX remote bottle opener, HSW bottle heater, HSW purge, switch pannel, Autometer N02 gauge and fule pressure gauge/electronic, MSD spark plug wires, NGK plugs. The whole system is fly by your seat not having to do anyting but flip a few switches !

    Left Red switch=bottle heater, Right red switch=purge, orange switch=nothing, blue switch=activation switch, the switch behind the shifter=bottle opener.



    Covered up


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    everything


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    My car

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    Looks good man! Thats the next thing Im doing after these holidays are over! Have you ran it yet?
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    looks good! im plannin on runnin a similar kit! how long did it all take you?

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    I havent ran it yet I have sprayed it on the street a bunch but the track is closed for winter and I would say with changing the plugs and and figuring out where to put/run everything a good 10 to 15 hours and I had help from another guy on this forum. The car loves the spray I love it so far !!!!

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    you know thats really not a "bottle heater" just more of a warmer. anything helps though. at the race track, stick the bottles behind the exhaust of a generator. el cheapo bottle heater. there you go.

    btw, i am diggin those solenoids
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    nice amatuer setup....pics came out great

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrorustler41 View Post
    you know thats really not a "bottle heater" just more of a warmer. anything helps though. at the race track, stick the bottles behind the exhaust of a generator. el cheapo bottle heater. there you go.

    btw, i am diggin those solenoids
    Yeah I guess that could work to haha, the bottle heater also work as a great hand warmer lol.....

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    love those guages!!!!!! can you post up a link for them???

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    yea I need those guages too.

    BTW you may already know but you should really build a bracket for the bottle, so that it's more at a 15 to 20 degree angle

    like this for example

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    I got the gauges brand new off ebay for 175 each as to 200+ of what you will pay in a store, and I know about the bottle angle but I have had no problem with it with, the bottle heater is a big help when it comes down to that...

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    as long as the pickup for the nitrous is submerged, then you should be alright. the best setup, and would kinda cool, would be to take off the pickup tube from the inside of the bottle, and mount it upsidedown. the would work awesome. then you know, you are always picking up the juice

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98T/Aformula. View Post
    , and I know about the bottle angle but I have had no problem with it with, the bottle heater is a big help when it comes down to that...


    Well, I'm sure the system works. just saying that in relation to where the pick up tube is inside the bottle, that when at a 15-20 degree angle and facing forward, you will be getting optimum use.

    btw, N02 is Nitrogen Dioxide. N20 is Nitrous Oxide. 2 different compounds

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    Does that bellows come with the kit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markzman97 View Post
    Does that bellows come with the kit ?
    No its the SLP bellow/wast of money, but it looks like it could be part of the kit I guess lol....

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    very nice. the bottle angle is fine. i run mine standing up as well.

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    looks cleaner than most of the performance shop installs I've seen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blown 98 Z View Post
    looks cleaner than most of the performance shop installs I've seen.

    Couldnt have said it better myself lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98T/Aformula. View Post
    - 1998 Trans Am formula
    - 86,500 miles
    - Mods, Lid, SLP induction kit, LS6 intake manifold, SLP altinator pullies, Motive 3.73s, Nitto DRs, SFCs, QTP electronic cut out, 80mm MAF
    - N02 kit is NX wet kit 50 to 175 shot with 10lb bottle
    - Accessories for kit include, MSD window switch, NX remote bottle opener, HSW bottle heater, HSW purge, switch pannel, Autometer N02 gauge and fule pressure gauge/electronic, MSD spark plug wires, NGK plugs. The whole system is fly by your seat not having to do anyting but flip a few switches !

    Left Red switch=bottle heater, Right red switch=purge, orange switch=nothing, blue switch=activation switch, the switch behind the shifter=bottle opener.
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    Covered up
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    Purge with custom bracket
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    Noids
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    everything
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    Gauges
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    Bottle
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    I like, I like... That is tight how you hide them in the cig tray. It looks clean that way. Plus that gauge pod is looking pretty bad ass too...

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    Nice job! Is your car tuned for N20 or did you just plug n play with the supplied jets? The gauges look great.

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    I also love the guages, they look extremley clean...

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