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Vic Junior guys, where are you mounting solenoids. Pics would be appreciated.

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Old 03-13-2012, 01:30 PM   #1
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Default Vic Junior guys, where are you mounting solenoids. Pics would be appreciated.

As the title says. I need to mount my solenoids but need to know where to mount them and where to buy or how to make the brackets.

Im running a vic junior 4150 TB setup.
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Victor Series Solenoid Bracket by Nitrous Outlet....
Simple, Elegant, Sexy.....Reasonably Priced

Mine is a Super Victor, but the bracket fits both the Super Vic and the Vic JR





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Not tying to hijack but soundengineer, Can u notice a diff when running the elbow to not? I have heard that it can hold back a few ponies
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I have the "Pro" series Extreme velocity elbow... its does better than everything else out there...
and honestly, something to direct the airflow into the intake is better than nothing at all...
on the dyno you may see a difference from an elbow to none at all because you are sitting still...
but dont forget that while you are going down the track you get a mild super charging effect that you cant get on a dyno(unless you have a fan moving air at the same speed as your tires are going and displacing as much air as your moving vehicle does...)

as long as the tube going up to the TB flows more and can capture more air than the TB itself... you will be just fine
simple physics....and physics always wins
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Thanks for sharing the pics Scott. :-)

We have another bracket set up that I will try to get pics off tommorow. We can also build custom solenoid brackets.
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I have a plate kit. Direct port is awesome though.
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I have a plate kit. Direct port is awesome though.
the bracket I show doesnt have to be used with a direct port....
Its Universal...
Just take your lines from your solenoids up to your plate...
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Im gonna try the eldelbrock bracket but not sure that it will clear my 860 elbow. Should know soon when I actually bolt on the noids
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the bracket I show doesnt have to be used with a direct port....
Its Universal...
Just take your lines from your solenoids up to your plate...
Good deal. I will be calling nitrous outlet and getting that setup.
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love the victor setups. they look mean. im thinking of going with a same setup...
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Dave is the man!!!
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love the victor setups. they look mean. im thinking of going with a same setup...
You should. Nothin like a chevy motor with a single plane intake on it. It looks beast mode.
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Edelbrock has the nice plate for 2 or 4 solenoids, I keep them in stock

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Nitrous outlet bracket with Vic jr
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