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new NX wot swtich is this a better setup then old model?

This is a discussion on new NX wot swtich is this a better setup then old model? within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i see some nx used a wot swtich thats on the trottle body now this new one is all digital ...

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    new NX wot swtich is this a better setup then old model?

    i see some nx used a wot swtich thats on the trottle body now this new one is all digital using the computer is this better/ safer then the other one to activate. please let me know casue im gettign one or the other soon.

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    (NX has designed and manufactured the most reliable electronic nitrous activation switch available. The throttle position switch senses voltage and activates nitrous system when it reaches a preset voltage level. The new T.P.S. Autolearn, configures wide open throttle voltage with the simple push of a button. This T.P.S. switch design has built in protection to guard against short circuit damage. It comes complete with an adjustable switch module, relay, wiring harness, and all necessary hardware for a complete installation.

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    electric is better, I'm going to use the TB switch though.

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    on this one thoe i think mechanical would have a adv over the digiatal b/c thortall bodies cant lie if fully engaged like the volts on tis new digital one.

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    Electric is a better design.

    But it was made for new cars cause they are "drive by wire".
    On my Goat there would be NO option cause it's all electric.
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    wow nothing mechanical at all !

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    does that switch replace the WOT switch?????????????

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    I am looking at dynotunes version of that switch also. I installed the mechanical version behind the pedal and took it out before I even used it. It really scared me. I could not get it to be very consistent. I have got one of the "fly by wire" switches on the way
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    yeah i was looking at the behind the pedal. SCARY. I got my mechanical installed with a jimmy jams bracket on the TB. I got it set perfect yesterday.

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