Wow, my car just turned 200,000 Miles old. Notice the Perfect A/F Ratio
2001 Ka24de (Crower Rods-Arias Pistons)
SC61 Turbo (Currently @17lbs)
DMH Electric Exhaust Cut out
MSD 6+/Magnecor Wires
AEM Serial Gauge
2000 5spd Tranny
A.C.T 6 Puck Clutch
Custom Short Shifter
Stillen Strut Bar
ST Rear Sway Bar
Whiteline Front Sway Bar
Racing Line Endlinks
Brembo Drilled/Slotted Rotors
GC Springs/Tokico Struts
18" Centerline RPM's (15lbs!)
Lol i remember the first time i shot nitrous(55shotdry), i had no place to work on the car so i had to go install it secretly by some old country road, then after i bolted everything up i went full throttle, turned on the nitrous, and it's been a beautiful story ever since.
lol nice.. so you think id be safe on a 50 shot?? i wont blow anything right? i have a NOS single fogger kit. but i dont know know what jet sizes i should use no one ever answered my question on that and ive sent Asleep a PM but never got a reply.
man dam.... where can I found out what jet sizes to run?? I know the fuel system will hold up so pretty much its a tap the nozzle in the intake and put jets and I'm good? I'm about to install the kit I just need to find out what jet sizes I need I know all the kits are different... if I post what I have think you can help me out
ah man thanks a bunch. ok its a wet kit single fogger, I was planning on installing it about 4-6 inches from the tb and running a t split off the fuel line going into the fuel filter, wot switch will be behind the gas pedal. I'm trying to keep it hidden :]
As far as finding the correct jet size:
What you have to realize is that the only constant in this equation is, the Nitrous jet size. size 30=50hp, 32=55hp, 36=65hp, 40=75hp, that doesn't change. A wet system let's you inject fuel in there as well so the manuafacturer gives you RECOMMENDED fuel jets for example if you want to run a 50hp shot, it recommends size 30nitrous and size 17 fuel jet, so let's say you follow this and go to the dyno like i have with the altima, you'll come back with a dyno sheet looking like this: As you can see you'll be running off the charts rich, so you have two straightforward solutions, A and B, to get that fuel ratio closer to 11.7.
Solution A is you can get an air to fuel controller, and take off fuel that way.
Solution B you can get a smaller fuel jet size and that'll work also, so once you do one or the other you'll bring your a/f ratio closer to a targeted 11.7.
Either way you'll need to 'see' your a/f ratios and for this you need a wideband, to have access to a wideband you also have two simple choices: A and B
Choice A you can buy one, (around300bucks)
Choice B, when you go to a dyno you have free access to it anyway.
and that's pretty much it for findind the correct jet sizes.
But if your confused about anything the simple answer is look at the manufacturers website, check out their recommended nitrous and fuel jets, and follow that except that lower the fuel jet, for example if it says that for a 50hp shot you should use a 30 size nitrous jet, and 20size fuel jet, then just get a 16 size fuel jet and you'll be fine.
so let me get this right... what you think would happen would i be safe running a 50hp shot because if so ill get the jet sizes and try it.. i just dont want to blow anything right away cause that would really suck... anything else i should know.. you make me jealous with that 100 shot lol
Yeah for 50hp just get a 30 size nitrous jet, and 20 size fuel, you would be fine with that, you don't even need to retard timing or reset you spark plug gaps, the only thing though is you have to run copper spark plugs, not any other metal, and you have to use 93 octane, but for a 50-65 shot all you need to do is that, get copper ngk spark plugs, and run 93 octane and your set.
dam now how do i go about getting 93 octane? i heard there is some kind of paint thinner that you can mix with the gas and it will bump the 91 octane up to 93 or should i just use a few octane boosters?
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