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Re: 2 Cyl. Nitrous


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Posted by ChadS on August 21, 2008 at 07:50:12 from (4.224.78.137):

In Reply to: Re: 2 Cyl. Nitrous posted by ih560 on August 20, 2008 at 12:04:28:

Yep, best to have a trigger, and turn it on and off at will by the toggle switch. Inline high pressure pump off a Ford Truck, and build a stable holder for the fuel rail. Or go old school fuel injection, and only turn the pump and an electric solinoid, no electric injectors and metered thru sized jets thru hoses at targeted locations on a tuned intake. EFI is best to run it by its self with a throttle body with built in idle control, and run a ECM. Ford mustang 4 cyl efi ecms for 4 cyl, 300 6cyl for 6 cyl. Surely,, these ECMS can be reprogrammed to anything, so how hard would it be to really tune it? As long as the ECM doesnt lose power to lose memory, it will remember what you do and adapt to conditions or controlled conditions on a dyno, or store it in a laptop and well, thats too much fun there,, HAHA! I dont know if this has been done, but Im sure one day it will get done. How much of a gain would you think this would be over carburation? Full Electronic fuel injection, tuned intake and throttle body, built in multiple spark IGN, even distributorless IGN with coil packs. 20 percent rpm max limit. Fits under the rule, "Enhanced Electrical Systems Allowed". HAHA!! ChadS


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