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This is a discussion on nos setup within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I had nitrous on my last setup and I'm thinking about putting it on my new one too, but I ...

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    I had nitrous on my last setup and I'm thinking about putting it on my new one too, but I was curious as to where people are putting the spray nozzle on there motor. I put mine at first in the air lid, but noticed that it didn't like it when I got done making a pass it would sputter and miss. But then I put it in the bellow and it never done it agian. oh it was a wet setup. which is right if either?

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    On a wet kit, you dont want to spray across your MAF, thats probably why it was sputtering when you let off. The bellow or drill/tap the side of your MAF(engine side) and put your nozzle there.
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    True. Dry Shot, before the MAF, Wet Shot, after the MAF...

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    yeah that will do it

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    awesome.that will help. How much colder/hotter of a plug should I go? What about fuel, planning on 150-200 shot, already planning on the 255lph pump but what about injectors? I should be alright with stock ones since I'm going with a wet kit right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpinson View Post
    yeah that will do it
    your car sounds like a awesome setup. What is the 01nbm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac View Post
    awesome.that will help. How much colder/hotter of a plug should I go? What about fuel, planning on 150-200 shot, already planning on the 255lph pump but what about injectors? I should be alright with stock ones since I'm going with a wet kit right?
    Get a set of NGK TR6's gapped about .035, stock injectors will be fine on a wet shot, but if your doing a dry I would suggest some upgraded ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedVertTA View Post
    If you were spraying into your airlid its no wonder the car was sputtering.
    I was hooked up in the air lid, it was directed/pointed to shoot through the maf.

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    yeah a wet shot always goes after the maf because thje fuel is already in the wet shot and you dont want the maf to add more

    the 01 nbm is a 2001 navy blue metallic ss camaro,all slp options and almost bone stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpinson View Post
    yeah a wet shot always goes after the maf because thje fuel is already in the wet shot and you dont want the maf to add more

    the 01 nbm is a 2001 navy blue metallic ss camaro,all slp options and almost bone stock
    right on, thanks for the info fellas.

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