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Old 09-04-2007, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default Dynotune dry kit on the way. Write up soon to follow!

Hey everyone. I just ordered my Dynotune Dry Kit, upgraded black high-output bottle warmer, full-auto warmer upgrade, 860 tire well mount, bottle mount pressure gauge, fuel pressure safety switch, nitrous filter, and dual purge kit. I must say that Dean at Dynotune did an EXCELLENT job at answering my questions and making me feel confident about my purchase. I didnt get to speak with Dean on the phone, but I did get to speak with Dan, who was also very helpful. This thread is going to double as somewhat of a write up, and also as a place for me to ask some questions as I install. However, as of now I'd like some opinions and suggestions for purge locations.

Options so far are:

Nostrils (WS6)
Cowl (By windshield)
Side Vents
Vent Area Below driving lights

I'm open to any suggestions!
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Old 09-06-2007, 06:45 AM   #2
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Great choice! Dean sold me my first dry kit.

Most questions are usually how to hook up the window switch, purge, and where to put the switches. Be sure to cover those items in your write up
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Old 09-06-2007, 11:37 AM   #3
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i vote side vents imho
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hod vents, the wireing isnt too bad, just getting it all through the firewall and making it neat sucks
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Old 09-07-2007, 04:38 PM   #5
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Unfortunately I wont be doing a window switch, or at least for now. Since my car is an automatic for now I plan on engaging the system manually after 3000 RPM. However, I'll be happy to be as detailed as possible on all the other things this will probably a slow thread to follow but ill try to make updates as often as possible since im juggling college and this at the same time. so far all i have done is the switch panel, which will be in the ash tray. of course the purge switch will be added as soon as it arrives in the mail. but for now heres a pic of the switch panel.

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Old 09-10-2007, 04:34 PM   #6
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well?
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well?
ha you're telling me. still in shipping. you guys will be the first to know when it arrives. other than me of course
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well the 860 bottle mount came in from nitro daves today. still waiting for the dynotune stuff to show up it should be any day now! heres some teaser pics.



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Old 09-11-2007, 08:42 PM   #9
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oh and while im thinking about it guys...i dont have an opener right now but im going to wire for one so i dont have to tear the car apart again. what gauge of wires should i use, and where do i route them? (battery switch etc.) thanks!
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I put my purge to shoot up at an angle along the two A pillars. I vote for that
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:36 PM   #11
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Well guys the kit came in this afternoon. So far im super impressed. Install starts Saturday morning.








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Old 09-14-2007, 09:27 AM   #12
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thread subscribed to, im in the same boat
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Old 09-15-2007, 11:43 AM   #13
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Well I got the Bottle in guys. So far the install has been super easy!









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how much did it run u?
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Looks a lot like the kit they sent me, probably shipped ours on the same day They make a great product!
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I have about 650 in the kit and 50 in the mount. However, dynotunes prices have changed a bit. Dont let that discourage you though, they still have great products for an affordable cost as well as great customer service.
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Old 09-18-2007, 06:15 PM   #17
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hey guys i need your help. everything is on and functional but i cant get the nitrous solenoid to pop. we've traced it down to the groud on the relay, which is interupted by the Fuel Pressure Safety Switch. when we bybassed that ground it worked just fine. im thinking either the switch is set wrong (comes at 35 psi i believe) or that maybe i put it on wrong. when i bought the kit from dynotune i opted for a fitting that adapts to the end of the ls1 fuel rail where the schrader valve is. im thinking maybe you have to remove to scrader valve? someone help! THEN you can see pics of it finished
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Sounds like you didn't unscrew the center of the schrader.
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haha im an idiot. coming from the same person who has worked on cars since he was 10 . thanks all. can you remove the schrader just like a schrader in a valve stem?
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r u still planning on doing the write up? if so that would help me and alot of us out, thanx
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