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Old 04-26-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
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what is everyone using for a lsx 00 model?

Need it to control the n20 and retard the n20 system. What is out there and the easist/best one that is most commonly used?

thanks in advance.

I would also like to have it for my wideband and lean shutdown.
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Old 04-26-2012, 11:15 AM   #2
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Your post is hard to follow and understand.

Are you asking what controller is best to progress the nitrous and control it's on/off settings like a progressive with a built in window switch or just a just a way to control when it comes on and when it cuts off like a normal window switch.

It also sounds like you want to retard the timing? To do this you would need a timing tuner or timing twister.

MSD makes one, there is another company that makes one. It says horsepower in a box on the control box I forgot the companies name and the LNC-002 from Lingefelter which is a two step rpm limiter and a timing retard controller all in one.
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Thunder racing makes the timing tuner, dont they?
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Call Nitrous Outlet. They can hook you up im sure.
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NOs mini controller or a nitrous outlet progressive controller. But you will then need a timing retard box. But N20 outlet im sure will chime in and help you get both.
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Thunder racing makes the timing tuner, dont they?
full throttle makes it.

i run it paired with a fjo and like it
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Lingenfelter has a good timing commander. Its $276.00 on nitrousoutlet.com
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Lingenfelter has a good timing commander. Its $276.00 on nitrousoutlet.com
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:46 PM   #9
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I would suggest going with a progressive controller...either our brand [ $229.99 ] or the NOS Mini [ $245.95 ] and then pair it with the best option for pulling timing when only spraying would be the Lingenfelter unit [ $274.95 ]. Either controller with that timing device will suite your needs to a T.


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Nitrous outlet !
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Do you need a nos controller and a timing controller ? Is there a all in one box ?
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Not that I've seen and I've been looking.
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I am going to be running the NOS mini 2 stage progressive controller with the Full Throttle timing box.
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Let us know how you like the Full Throttle device.
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Talking with my tuner and a few others in the area, it is the only one they haven't had driveability issues with.

The car should be back on the road next month so we will soon see.
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How do the other ones cause drivability issues? I never heard that before.
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