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Old 10-28-2011, 05:04 PM   #1
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Is there any plate systems for the Victor Jr. efi intake? Is this intake with a carb style TB practical with nitrous?

Please give me some input guys as i am leaning towards this setup along with a set of heads.
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Nitrous Outlet has my Vic Jr right now, they are putting spray bars in it. I'll post pics as soon as I get intake back if they dont post pics.
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I am going to the super vic with a fast tb, and Im using the cheater plate. Any 4150 plate should be fine.
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Dave is doing some testing with sprays bars right now and they are hitting hard and distributing very well. The Vic jr with spray bars or a plate is an excellent combo.
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Nitrous Outlet doesn't make 4150 plate?
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Dave is doing some testing with sprays bars right now and they are hitting hard and distributing very well. The Vic jr with spray bars or a plate is an excellent combo.
Here are some pics
http://nitrousoutlet.com/installs/install.asp?id=17
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Now i really like that! That will help out a lot with the clearance of this intake setup instead of a 1" thick plate making it even taller.
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Nitrous Outlets drag radial camaro has spray bars in the intake that work very well. I sent them my intake after seeing there setup. My intake is ready so I should have pics next week.
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Please post pics as i am very interested.
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Minytrker,
Is yours ported? I keep hearing they need to be port matched with the heads in order for it to work properly. I know they dont have to much of a problem with the super victor.
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It does not look like it would be any fun trying to get a wrench in there to tighten up the hose nut on the spray bars.

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It does not look like it would be any fun trying to get a wrench in there to tighten up the hose nut on the spray bars.

Yeah I agree with u. Im inbetween the spraybar or a directport. Maybe ill do both
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If the guy that owns and built the company runs spray bars on his personal ride, I'm going with spray bars. Just saying....
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I ran a ZEX perimeter plate on my Vic Jr (hybrid setup with some other brand solenoids)... if you want 2 stages, a plate and spray bars would work well - that is where I was headed if I had not sold the car...
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Any combo benefit from port matching the intake in my opinion. I think the idea behind the spray bar is, it is placed close to the floor of the intake. This allows them to direct the spray directly in to each runner. Witch in turn keeps the cylinders more even.
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It does not look like it would be any fun trying to get a wrench in there to tighten up the hose nut on the spray bars.

Its not hard at all, the angle of the picture is making it look alot closer than it is. We were changing the fuel jet at the track after each pass on a hot motor with no problems.
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Its not hard at all, the angle of the picture is making it look alot closer than it is. We were changing the fuel jet at the track after each pass on a hot motor with no problems.
That makes me feel better about it. After my new cam is in the motor and dialed in, this mod is on my short list.
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Cool setup, what is the price on the spray bars and installation?
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Any combo benefit from port matching the intake in my opinion. I think the idea behind the spray bar is, it is placed close to the floor of the intake. This allows them to direct the spray directly in to each runner. Witch in turn keeps the cylinders more even.
Im just wonder how much porting is needed on jr.read on yellowbullet and was told by a few guys I know that have them there not the greatest out of the box.
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Im just wonder how much porting is needed on jr.read on yellowbullet and was told by a few guys I know that have them there not the greatest out of the box.
This is how much room would need to be taken out to match the gasket. Hope it helps.

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