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    Hello guys.....when I got this car it was wrecked and it had the NOS wet kit on it....not sure what shot is on it the jets is (063 nitrous) and (063 gas)..But if any of you guys know Let me know Thanks

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    well with the jets being equal on both sides, the car should have been drowning in gas. the correct jetting should be 063 nitrous and 032 fuel for a 150 shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    well with the jets being equal on both sides, the car should have been drowning in gas. the correct jetting should be 063 nitrous and 032 fuel for a 150 shot.
    Thanks mrr23...I found my NOS jet book.....and in my book it say 063/071 is 150hp so I'm guessing the 063/063 is about a 125hp shot but whatever it is....it lets you know when it spray....LOL

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    that seems way messed up

    you would be flooding out the car

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    is it the plate kite? if so, then your book is incorrect.

    http://holley.com/data/Products/Technical/199R10361.pdf

    according to the instructions, this is the correct jetting

    75hp = 41N/26F
    100hp = 51N/31F
    125hp = 55N/35F
    150hp = 63N/38F

    i looked up the nitrous kit for a carbureted application
    http://holley.com/data/Products/Tech...A5056-SNOS.pdf

    150hp = 63N/71F

    it is way off, unless you have a carburetor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpinson View Post
    that seems way messed up

    you would be flooding out the car
    Well it's not flooding out thats for sure...I'll look at them again to make sure.....I don't want to get anything started up....it may not even be a NOS kit...The solnoid was painted black when I got the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleByrd View Post
    Well it's not flooding out thats for sure...I'll look at them again to make sure.....I don't want to get anything started up....it may not even be a NOS kit...The solnoid was painted black when I got the car
    well, i guess flooding is a wrong word. when activating the nitrous, the system is going overrich. you'll still accelerate, just too much fuel is being added. most every nitrous kit out there for the LS1, the proper jetting will be 063 for nitrous and around 031, 032, 033 for fuel.
    Last edited by mrr23; 04-29-2008 at 07:39 PM.

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    since we are on nos questions. i picked up a used power ring kit , which wire connects to the computer or tach to get it reading using a msd window switch ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnyeri View Post
    since we are on nos questions. i picked up a used power ring kit , which wire connects to the computer or tach to get it reading using a msd window switch ??
    are you refering to which wire on the PCM to hook the tach lead onto? for the fbody, it is the #10 white wire off the plug in at the PCM.

    if you are asking which wire on the MSD, go to the MSD website and look up the part number you have to get the wiring diagram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    well, i guess flooding is a wrong word. when activating the nitrous, the system is going overrich. you'll still accelerate, just too much fuel is being added. most every nitrous kit out there for hte LS1, the proper jetting will be 063 for nitrous and around 031, 032, 033 for fuel.
    thanx for clearing that up for him

    and to the op if you get it set right you should feel a huge difference


    i have seen people up the fuel side a little due to a lean condition but that just seems like overkill
    if you do have a carb. than forget everything i said

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    well, i guess flooding is a wrong word. when activating the nitrous, the system is going overrich. you'll still accelerate, just too much fuel is being added. most every nitrous kit out there for hte LS1, the proper jetting will be 063 for nitrous and around 031, 032, 033 for fuel.
    Well to clear it all up Guys....It's not a wet system at all it's all dry

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    but you have more than one jet? unless this is a dual nozzle. and then you are looking at around 200+ shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    but you have more than one jet? unless this is a dual nozzle. and then you are looking at around 200+ shot.
    Well a 200 SHOT IT IS.....cause it's surely a dry kit...and I think I'm going to take it off...don't like dry kits...So it's going to be up for sale soon

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    so, it's a dual nozzle then?

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    yes....here is the pic






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    well, a quick calculation using two .063 jets shows about a 350 shot. now, with those tiny solenoids, they most likely have a .071 orifice. with that in mind, they can only flow at maximum, that much. that equals about a 175 shot.

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    man you have some balls to spray that without being sure about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS2Tuner View Post
    And it's a V-6!!!!


    V-6? Huh???

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    my book says a 150 shot is a 57n/32f

    but mr223 is totally right...that thing should be dying rich with a jetting like that

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