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Old 07-01-2009, 05:14 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a new stand alone system from a fellow member. Upon receiving the system there were no installation directions, he told me he had them and would fax them, now he says he doesn't have them. Are most stand alones the same? Could I use instructions from another setup to get me close and then have a shop finish and tune? In addition to the pump, regulator, braided line and tank I have all the wiring stuff, elbows, etc..
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Im trying to get ya the instructions man Im doing a search also to find em.
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Im trying to get ya the instructions man Im doing a search also to find em.
I know Chad, I am just trying to find something as well.. I believe all I have to do is mount the tank, run line to pump, then regulator, then nitrous plate..
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Pretty simple......Mount the tank/pump/reg, run the lines from tank to pump to reg to fuel noid. Use a 30A relay for wiring up the pump.
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Pretty simple......Mount the tank/pump/reg, run the lines from tank to pump to reg to fuel noid. Use a 30A relay for wiring up the pump.
That's what I thought.. Thanks..
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I believe all I have to do is mount the tank, run line to pump, then regulator, then nitrous plate..
Bingo and like stated above be sure to put a relay in there.

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Bingo and like stated above be sure to put a relay in there.

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Thanks.. I bought my nitrous plate system from you a year ago, looking to up the shot..
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Sweeeeeeeeet...Let me know if you need any help with the Upage..

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That pump doesnt look like i 50 to 55 lb pressure set up.make sure your jets are rated for the pump pressure your pump is pushing.
If its a low pressure pump and jets in plate are for factory pump pressures it would be really lean I would think
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i was thinkin the same thing
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You might also want to do a bleed setup on the dead head style regulators.

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That pump doesnt look like i 50 to 55 lb pressure set up.make sure your jets are rated for the pump pressure your pump is pushing.
If its a low pressure pump and jets in plate are for factory pump pressures it would be really lean I would think
for the low pressure you need different jets for the fuel right? whats the difference in the low pressure jets and high pressure jets?
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Your fuel jets on a low pressure system will be close if not the exact same size as the nitrous jet. Try this website. I have used it for years and it puts me close to where the jets need to be. http://www.robietherobot.com/NitrousJetCalculator.htm
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