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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    nitrous

    how do you flow a nitrous system :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    http://www.jegs.com/i/Nitrous%20Express/744/15529/10002/-1
    That will only flow the fuel system.

    Are you looking to flow just the fuel system or both the nitrous and fuel?

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    both

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    It's difficult to do without the right equiptment to flow a nitrous system and to do it correctly. As a matter of fact not many guys are doing it. Most of the guys that are flowing there systems are doing it thru some of the nitrous experts in the industry. Guys like Jeff prock, Dave Koehler, the guys at speedtech, and there are many others. If you want to have a flowed system call one of the guys that do it every day. They can add the "tricks of the trade" into your system to make it work to its full potential. Plus you will have the added benefit of technical service after its all done. Its not too expensive either(usually around $400.00 for the service) Hope this helps.

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    nitrous

    thanks for the help

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    You can send the system to someone, or if you're doing a lot of nitrous racing you can fabricate a flow test fixture to see how it's flowing.

    A simple fixture would use a fuel flow meter (to measure the fuel flow) a scale, and a timer. You turn the nitrous on for a set amount of time (say 10 seconds) and then do the math to determine your A/F ratio.


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