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This is a discussion on Next mod...NO2 ? within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; LOL, ya, just 100. My window switch fires at 3KPRM and the wheels just come loose even with a clean ...

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    LOL, ya, just 100. My window switch fires at 3KPRM and the wheels just come loose even with a clean launch... the car moves OUT on 100. I've seen no reason to try the 150 shot until I'm ready to take it to the track since all I'm doing now is street driving.

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    Yeah man get some DRs im running the Nitto 555rs and I love them ! But thanks for the advice on that kit it would have come in handy two days ago cuz I ordered that kit yesterday lol

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    So my kit will be here on Saturday !!! But what exactly dose a window switch do ? My main question is whats the difference between a window switch and a WOT switch, and where dose the window switch go ? Im assuming on the driver side door but im a rookie at all of this and trying to get every detail worked out before I spend my money on everything...

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    A WOT switch closes at Wide Open Throttle.
    A Windows switch closes at a certain RPM. IE 3000-6000

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    A window switch is a box with some simple circuitry in it that can monitor your engine's RPM and switch on and off the N2O given its settings. The WOT switch works inline with the window switch. The window switch powers the WOT, and when the window switch and WOT both close... you magically get a hundred or so extra ponies!

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    Alright that makes sense so you can just flip the window switch on and then your good to go ? Any pics or anything of how you mounted your window switch that would be perfect thanks...

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    Uhm, the window switch operates automagically. No need to engage or disengage. The system on/off switch controls the on/off function, the WOT and the window switch are more like safety features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    Uhm, the window switch operates automagically. No need to engage or disengage. The system on/off switch controls the on/off function, the WOT and the window switch are more like safety features.

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    So its not really a switch at all lol

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    Its a controller. Like an automatic switch triggered by engine RPM. It consists of a small circuit board with a couple switches and a few small potentiometers (dials). The switches and dials are used to setup the switch to work with your car and set RPM as the driver desires.

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    Where exactly do you put it ?

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    Mine is located under the radio behind the center console so I can grab it out and make adjustments when necessary.

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    Alright thanks for all the help lol I cant wait to get the the kit on I ll post up pics of everything when its all done, it might be a little while before I get everything + install but when it is the first thing I ll do is show it off haha !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    I later bought their ashtray switch for another $30.

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    My ashtray switch does not sit in very well, How did yours turn out or did you use something to secure it?

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    my jimmy jams one doesn't either. mainly because of the wires interfering with the shifter cable, not allowing it to fit all the way down.

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    i was thinking about a cheap 100 shot dry kit, and from what i seen i need a wot switch and a window switch? how much do these switchs cost??

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    WOT switch comes with the kit. a window switch will be at least $100.00

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    Kit just showed up today !!!! Cant wait to get it put on haha...Just thought I would share my joy seeing how this is the first really big mod I have ever made to my car so far, pretty excited !

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    Pics!

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