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This is a discussion on Nitrous within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; when installing a nitrous kit do i need any supporting mods?...

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    when installing a nitrous kit do i need any supporting mods?

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    colder plugs at least. Wet or dry?

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    most likely wet

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    i think a larger volume fuel pump depending on the shot size

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    The supporting mod list will be dictated by the type of kit, the size of the shot, your own level of comfort regarding safety and your budget.

    The most important mod will likely be a nitrous specific tune (pull timing, etc.).

    Depending on how much you're planning to spray, you will likely need to upgrade the fuel pump. If you're going with a 100+ dry hit on your '98, you should go ahead and upgrade you fuel injectors.

    If you are looking for a more forgiving system (from a safety standpoint), I'd highly recommend a wide open throttle switch and a window switch.

    Finally, once you decide exactly which kit you're going with, you might want to follow back up with everyone to make sure you have everything you need. It's so easy to simply buy a kit and have it installed without doing any real research, however if you'd like to have a safe and reliable N2O setup, it would be worthwhile to do a ton of research on the subject just so you can understand how the various parts work.
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    Nitrous!!!!!!!!!!

    Really there is a big differnce between what you need to make it work and what you need to make it safe. If safety is your concern (I hope it is), you'll need a window switch, nitrous and fuel pressure sensors, and you should throw in a purge kit for good measure.

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    HSW is having or just had a good deal on accessories.

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