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chriscannon33
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Feb 23, 8:14pm - #110444 
NOS question?

Is anyone here running NOS in there Celica?? If so where do you have your switches? And do you have any pics of the interior setup so I can see what it looks like and where they would go. This NOS dealer is trying to sell me a wet NOS system but doesn't want to pick the type of switch. and he wants to know if i want one with a light, without a light, what color, do you wants to know if it will fit in a
factory switch location. please help. Thanks...

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Feb 23, 8:41pm - #110445 
A lot of people go with the switch that has a cover ontop of it. Because there's always a chance of bumping it and turning it on, which you don't want. Get one with a cover on top thumbsup


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Feb 23, 8:43pm - #110446 
good luck with a position, post a pic when you're done

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Feb 23, 9:06pm - #110447 
id go with ZEX instead of NOS


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Feb 23, 10:25pm - #110448 
Originally Posted by Eyger
A lot of people go with the switch that has a cover ontop of it. Because there's always a chance of bumping it and turning it on, which you don't want. Get one with a cover on top thumbsup


That's a good point, and yea, I've heard that ZEX is like the safest and easiest to install wink

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Feb 24, 7:44am - #110449 
I put my switches in the upper compartment. My activation switch has a red light and the purge and bottle openers do not have lights... Here is a pic...

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Feb 24, 7:47am - #110450 
Sorry for some reason it wont take my pic...

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Feb 24, 7:47am - #110451 
Originally Posted by skdmorse
I put my switches in the upper compartment. My activation switch has a red light and the purge and bottle openers do not have lights... Here is a pic...
confusedpic confused

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Feb 24, 7:51am - #110452 
Finally got but it looks like crap...

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Feb 24, 10:19am - #110453 
Wouldnt it be better to go with a dry system?
I though the wet systems were more for turbo/supercharged applications?

Anyhow I would recommend teh Zex kit. thumbsup


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Feb 24, 10:22am - #110454 
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
Wouldnt it be better to go with a dry system?
I though the wet systems were more for turbo/supercharged applications?

Anyhow I would recommend teh Zex kit. thumbsup


celicas take wet, we can go turbo but have to do some costly exhaust manifold swapping

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Feb 24, 10:25am - #110455 
Originally Posted by beans
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
Wouldnt it be better to go with a dry system?
I though the wet systems were more for turbo/supercharged applications?

Anyhow I would recommend teh Zex kit. thumbsup


celicas take wet, we can go turbo but have to do some costly exhaust manifold swapping


oh ok thumbsup


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Feb 24, 10:34am - #110456 
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Originally Posted by Eyger
A lot of people go with the switch that has a cover ontop of it. Because there's always a chance of bumping it and turning it on, which you don't want. Get one with a cover on top thumbsup


That's a good point, and yea, I've heard that ZEX is like the safest and easiest to install wink

Exactly, Zex is in deed the safest to use.

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Feb 24, 11:48am - #110457 
Zex

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Feb 24, 11:49am - #110458 
Zex.

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Feb 24, 11:51am - #110459 
Originally Posted by skdmorse
Zex


oooh nice

what car is that?

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Feb 24, 11:53am - #110460 
Originally Posted by beans
Originally Posted by skdmorse
Zex


oooh nice

what car is that?


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Feb 24, 11:57am - #110461 
Originally Posted by beans
Originally Posted by skdmorse
Zex


oooh nice

what car is that?



Uhm... This one...

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Feb 24, 2:59pm - #110462 
hey thanks for the replies and the pics, i really appreciate it.

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