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Spencer Mar 10, 3:35am - #121044 

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Purge System

Whats the best place to buy a purge system...not really looking to go for a nitrous system to my engine but a pretty nice purge system would look awesome...

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spaztikid Mar 10, 3:44am - #121045 
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you need the nitrous to have the purge system... what do you think comes out when you purge wave
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Spencer Mar 10, 3:47am - #121046 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
you need the nitrous to have the purge system... what do you think comes out when you purge wave


i know... rice I just want the purge from my car engine not INTO my engine...i just want the look not the perfromance thumbsup

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Sik_Wit_It Mar 10, 4:06am - #121047 

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Thats pretty pointless, get the nitro tongue or get a fire extiguisher and blow it out the window. j/k grin

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skdmorse Mar 10, 4:35pm - #121048 

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If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...
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Sultan Mar 10, 5:20pm - #121049 

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just get a Zex wet and purge kit...
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QuickChick03gt Mar 10, 5:33pm - #121050 
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Originally Posted by skdmorse
If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...

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spaztikid Mar 10, 5:45pm - #121051 
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Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
Originally Posted by skdmorse
If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...


ya... why would you spend the money and not actually use it... its stupid.
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Michael Aristide Mar 10, 7:00pm - #121052 
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
Originally Posted by skdmorse
If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...


ya... why would you spend the money and not actually use it... its stupid.


Even if he got the kit for free the idea would be stupid thumbsdown wtf
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eric_h Mar 11, 3:32am - #121053 

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Originally Posted by Michael Aristide
Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
Originally Posted by skdmorse
If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...


ya... why would you spend the money and not actually use it... its stupid.


Even if he got the kit for free the idea would be stupid thumbsdown wtf
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Rocketman Mar 11, 3:35am - #121054 

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Originally Posted by eric_h
Originally Posted by Michael Aristide
Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
[quote=skdmorse]If you are willing to spend $650 bucks on a nitrous system just to spray $35 (a bottle) nitrous into the air then go ahead... But when you pull up to another car and purge you better be able to back it up in speed... Because once everyone finds out your a job they will bust on you till you hook it up...


WTF? wtf
ya... why would you spend the money and not actually use it... its stupid.


Even if he got the kit for free the idea would be stupid thumbsdown wtf
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Spencer Mar 11, 3:38am - #121055 

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Thanks for all the opinions guys but its only opinions and if I like it then why would I not do it...I agree but to me I think it looks awesome and aggresive which is the look I'm going for..no one around here really races and the ones who do are already scared of my car cause the celica looks fast..plus I'm for show not go...wait until I get another car for that..

if I did run NOS to my celi what would be best for stock internals?I'm thinking 35 if even that much and I doubt I would feel it..

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carbon_blue_gt Mar 11, 3:54am - #121057 
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Purge systems advertise that you have a nitrous system on your car. It's really NOT a good idea to advertise things you don't have. That's one of the primary problems i have with the ricers around here. They'll run around with Greddy stickers all over their car, and you'll ask them if they actually have anything greddy, and they can't give you an answer while looking you straight in the face.

In my opinion, a purge system without having nitrous running into your engine is ricey, and though, yes, it looks cool, it's not worth it just for the look.

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Originally Posted by Spencer
Thanks for all the opinions guys but its only opinions and if I like it then why would I not do it...I agree but to me I think it looks awesome and aggresive which is the look I'm going for..no one around here really races and the ones who do are already scared of my car cause the celica looks fast..plus I'm for show not go...wait until I get another car for that..

if I did run NOS to my celi what would be best for stock internals?I'm thinking 35 if even that much and I doubt I would feel it..

they actually think your 17sec car is fast. hahaha. what do they drive?

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Spencer Mar 11, 4:00am - #121059 

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Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
Purge systems advertise that you have a nitrous system on your car. It's really NOT a good idea to advertise things you don't have. That's one of the primary problems i have with the ricers around here. They'll run around with Greddy stickers all over their car, and you'll ask them if they actually have anything greddy, and they can't give you an answer while looking you straight in the face.

In my opinion, a purge system without having nitrous running into your engine is ricey, and though, yes, it looks cool, it's not worth it just for the look.


totally agree man...I just thought it is so aggresive and no one even tries rev at me anymore..they thought my Intake was a Turbo... laughsilly losers...

and Norway they run civics and eclispes and today I even got racing looks from an accord..smoked him with an auto!!!and now his buddies and him think I have the fastest car ever rofl rofl this place sucks thumbsdown

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tgts2000 Mar 11, 4:00am - #121060 

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Originally Posted by Sik_Wit_It
Thats pretty pointless, get the nitro tongue or get a fire extiguisher and blow it out the window. j/k grin
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carbon_blue_gt Mar 11, 4:02am - #121061 
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Originally Posted by Spencer
Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
Purge systems advertise that you have a nitrous system on your car. It's really NOT a good idea to advertise things you don't have. That's one of the primary problems i have with the ricers around here. They'll run around with Greddy stickers all over their car, and you'll ask them if they actually have anything greddy, and they can't give you an answer while looking you straight in the face.

In my opinion, a purge system without having nitrous running into your engine is ricey, and though, yes, it looks cool, it's not worth it just for the look.


totally agree man...I just thought it is so aggresive and no one even tries rev at me anymore..they thought my Intake was a Turbo... laughsilly losers...

and Norway they run civics and eclispes and today I even got racing looks from an accord..smoked him with an auto!!!and now his buddies and him think I have the fastest car ever rofl rofl this place sucks thumbsdown


Tell you what, you can move out here to Wyoming and back me up against all the damn Honduh ricers that think they're the greatest thing since fuel injection.

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Originally Posted by Sultan
just get a Zex wet and purge kit...


Yea, those are sweet thumbsup

Might get one...Dunno yet wink
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if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink
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Spencer Mar 11, 4:29am - #121064 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink


actually I was going with that and use the purge kit out the Hood scoop on the Invader...I believe someone else did this on this board

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hybridcelica Mar 11, 5:06am - #121065 
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Originally Posted by Spencer

Originally Posted by v3n0m

if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink


actually I was going with that and use the purge kit out the hood scoop on the Invader...I believe someone else did this on this board

go to ebay you can pick a cheap one (purge kit) up and while you at it get one of those v type purge nozzles(they are cheap) and while you are at it still,buy a small co2 cylinder 5 lb,look for a guy on ebay by the name of calcylinder.
what you are going to do is install the purge,using the v nozzle,but instead of using nitrous,which is more expensive,you can squeeze co2 which is cheaper.its the effect that you want right,purge co2 instead of n2o.and make sure you hook the solenoid up to the correct current source,cause since its for "show" you are going to be holding the button longer and the solenoid will draw a lot more current. i aggree scare the shit out of em! esp the hondas!

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Spencer Mar 11, 1:09pm - #121066 

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Originally Posted by hybridcelica
Originally Posted by Spencer
Originally Posted by v3n0m
if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink


actually I was going with that and use the purge kit out the hood scoop on the Invader...I believe someone else did this on this board

go to ebay you can pick a cheap one (purge kit) up and while you at it get one of those v type purge nozzles(they are cheap) and while you are at it still,buy a small co2 cylinder 5 lb,look for a guy on ebay by the name of calcylinder.
what you are going to do is install the purge,using the v nozzle,but instead of using nitrous,which is more expensive,you can squeeze co2 which is cheaper.its the effect that you want right,purge co2 instead of n2o.and make sure you hook the solenoid up to the correct current source,cause since its for "show" you are going to be holding the button longer and the solenoid will draw a lot more current. i aggree scare the shit out of em! esp the hondas!


what do you mean by current? does it take longer for the co2 to come out rather than nitrous?

by the way thanks for the info really helpful

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csheriff Mar 11, 2:04pm - #121067 
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Tell you what, you can move out here to Wyoming and back me up against all the damn Honduh ricers that think they're the greatest thing since fuel injection. [/quote]i'll be out there at the end of the summer for school, i got your back.

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Purge out of invadder Hood... Thats me...
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^^^

I still love that shot, bro - I'm looking to purge through the vents on the VS FF GT Hood. That's gonna be sweet grin
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Originally Posted by csheriff


Tell you what, you can move out here to Wyoming and back me up against all the damn Honduh ricers that think they're the greatest thing since fuel injection.
i'll be out there at the end of the summer for school, i got your back. [/quote]

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Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
Originally Posted by csheriff


Tell you what, you can move out here to Wyoming and back me up against all the damn Honduh ricers that think they're the greatest thing since fuel injection.
i'll be out there at the end of the summer for school, i got your back.


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GTSHYPR Mar 11, 5:46pm - #121072 
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Originally Posted by hybridcelica
Originally Posted by Spencer
Originally Posted by v3n0m
if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink


actually I was going with that and use the purge kit out the hood scoop on the Invader...I believe someone else did this on this board

go to ebay you can pick a cheap one (purge kit) up and while you at it get one of those v type purge nozzles(they are cheap) and while you are at it still,buy a small co2 cylinder 5 lb,look for a guy on ebay by the name of calcylinder.
what you are going to do is install the purge,using the v nozzle,but instead of using nitrous,which is more expensive,you can squeeze co2 which is cheaper.its the effect that you want right,purge co2 instead of n2o.and make sure you hook the solenoid up to the correct current source,cause since its for "show" you are going to be holding the button longer and the solenoid will draw a lot more current. i aggree scare the shit out of em! esp the hondas!


Spencer I thought about doing the purge too. Just for the look. I've beaten everyone around here that worth racing or that has the balls to step up. And the 2 other people that have Celi's have no clue about imports, mods or racing. The only problem that I have is that in the summer a lot of tourists come here and God forbid that one of them really does have N2O and wants to race. I'll look dumb when I loose or if I tell them that I don't really have N2O.
Yes it's a little ricy but, it's your car just dont' go overboard with it.

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csheriff Mar 11, 5:56pm - #121073 
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Originally Posted by GTSHYPR
Originally Posted by hybridcelica
Originally Posted by Spencer
Originally Posted by v3n0m
if you want an aggressive look buy a carbon fiber Hood & it's actually practical happywink


actually I was going with that and use the purge kit out the hood scoop on the Invader...I believe someone else did this on this board

go to ebay you can pick a cheap one (purge kit) up and while you at it get one of those v type purge nozzles(they are cheap) and while you are at it still,buy a small co2 cylinder 5 lb,look for a guy on ebay by the name of calcylinder.
what you are going to do is install the purge,using the v nozzle,but instead of using nitrous,which is more expensive,you can squeeze co2 which is cheaper.its the effect that you want right,purge co2 instead of n2o.and make sure you hook the solenoid up to the correct current source,cause since its for "show" you are going to be holding the button longer and the solenoid will draw a lot more current. i aggree scare the shit out of em! esp the hondas!


Spencer I thought about doing the purge too. Just for the look. I've beaten everyone around here that worth racing or that has the balls to step up. And the 2 other people that have Celi's have no clue about imports, mods or racing. The only problem that I have is that in the summer a lot of tourists come here and God forbid that one of them really does have N2O and wants to race. I'll look dumb when I loose or if I tell them that I don't really have N2O.
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But if just looking for the visual effect and don't really have the need for nitrous it's a happy medium.

It's kind of the same for aftermarket wings. This is not to bash anyone it's just an example. Most wings are just for looks. I personally don't know anyone that buys an aftermarket wing an actually adjusts it to produce perticular downforce.

Again I'm not trying to bash anyone, offend or start a fight. I'm just giving my two cents.

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I adjust my wing wave but I know where you're comming from. But if you're gonna use it for looks, then don't go with NOS 'cuz at $35 a bottle it's gonna get expensive. Go with what the guy said about the CO2 on ebay.

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Thanks v3n0m

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Honestly I could care less what you guys do, its your car... I just was pointing out the cost... $700 bucks to spray a fog out of your Hood is retarded... But its your flow so do whatever you think is cool... The purge does look awsome but if you can't back it up, you will look silly.. Don't pull up next to me and purge if you cant back it up because, my spray is real...
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fusi0n Mar 11, 8:19pm - #121078 
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this thread is ridiculous..im sure you can find better and more productive things to do than to spray CO2 or whatever the hell you want to out of your car. you want your car to look like you have nitrous..but you dont want the nitrous itself? wtf? thumbsdown
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Spencer Mar 11, 11:49pm - #121079 

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Didnt mean to start a war...all I wanted to do is get a price so I could think about it. I think it looks awesome as you can see in the picture it does thumbsup

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Spencer Mar 11, 11:50pm - #121080 

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Originally Posted by skdmorse
Honestly I could care less what you guys do, its your car... I just was pointing out the cost... $700 bucks to spray a fog out of your hood is retarded... But its your flow so do whatever you think is cool... The purge does look awsome but if you can't back it up, you will look silly.. Don't pull up next to me and purge if you cant back it up because, my spray is real...


what shot do you run anyways and are you on stock internals?

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Sultan Mar 11, 11:51pm - #121081 

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Originally Posted by fusi0n
this thread is ridiculous..im sure you can find better and more productive things to do than to spray CO2 or whatever the hell you want to out of your car. you want your car to look like you have nitrous..but you dont want the nitrous itself? wtf? thumbsdown



your point of view is valid as is theirs - I guess it just depends on your mindset. Personally, I wouldn't show my opponent any advantages I may have until it's too late for them to capitalize on such knowledge. If I were to race I'd want to see the look on the guys face once the nitrous kicked in and he got a full view of my rear bumper instead of purging and ruining the surprise wink
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skdmorse Mar 12, 12:54am - #121082 

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I run a 75 shot on stock internals. A 55 shot is all I would use on the street...

As for the other comment.. The purge system is not meant to be used to show off... It is used to clear the old nitrous out of your line so you have fresh nos when you roll up to the line... It just happens to look cool when you do it... PLus if you are going to race you have need to purge before you go or you will not get the full force out of it when you need it...
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XxMerlinxX Mar 12, 12:59am - #121083 
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Originally Posted by skdmorse
I run a 75 shot on stock internals. A 55 shot is all I would use on the street...

As for the other comment.. The purge system is not meant to be used to show off... It is used to clear the old nitrous out of your line so you have fresh nos when you roll up to the line... It just happens to look cool when you do it... PLus if you are going to race you have need to purge before you go or you will not get the full force out of it when you need it...


I was wondering if stock internals would hold up to a 75 shot. How often do you spray?

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Originally Posted by skdmorse
I run a 75 shot on stock internals. A 55 shot is all I would use on the street...

As for the other comment.. The purge system is not meant to be used to show off... It is used to clear the old nitrous out of your line so you have fresh nos when you roll up to the line... It just happens to look cool when you do it... PLus if you are going to race you have need to purge before you go or you will not get the full force out of it when you need it...



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Spencer Mar 12, 3:01am - #121085 

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75? sounds a bit much..

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Rave669 Mar 12, 4:07am - #121086 

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hell man, you could always get a cryotech cooling system, you can get that purge look from co2 while still getting some useful benifits from it. believe me, while c02 is cheaper than n2o, it still costs to fill the bottle (anybody who has ever played paintball regularly can attest to this)

The Cryotech systems have a bottle about the size of a standard nitrous oxide bottle, only it's filled with co2, currently, they have three available options for the cryotech system.

the first is an Intake cooler; it's a segment of aluminum tubing (like the kind on a conventional CAI system) it has a bulb inside the tube, with fittings for co2 lines. when you engage the co2 control solenoid, it flash-freezes the bulb, dropping your Intake air temps by about 25+ degrees.

the next option for the kit is a fuel cooler, it's a block that connects to your fuel rail, and it works in a similar manner as the Intake cooler. it will chill the fuel going to the injectors for a denser fuel charge, and cool it off by about 35-40 degrees.

the final component is an intercooler ring, similar to the system many nitrous vendors make, it's a ring of tubing that attatches to the front of an intercooler to make your Intake charge a lot colder, same premise, only it uses co2 rather than n2o. this bit is pretty much useless, unless you run a Turbo system.

all the coolers can be daisy chained into the line from the co2 bottle, you can add a nitrous purge solenoid at the end of the chain for your purge effect if you want, but you also get the benifits of additional cooling for your fuel and Intake. may shave a little time off your 1/4 mile time, and it will definitely help prevent detonation if you use the fuel rail cooler.

I personally don't see the point, but hey, whatever floats your boat...

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hybridcelica Mar 12, 2:48pm - #121087 
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what do you mean by current? does it take longer for the co2 to come out rather than nitrous?

by the way thanks for the info really helpful [/quote]
sorry,about that.replace current with amperage.they are really the same.amperage is the unit that current is measured by.(teacher) rofl
anyway,if you decide to go ahead with the purge kit you should use a relay to supply the solenoid with the voltage/current,so incase you hold it too long it doesnt screw with the power source its connected to.if you dont know i can tell you how to wire the relay and from what source in your celica to get the power from.

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skdmorse Mar 12, 4:38pm - #121088 

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If you think 75 is high talk to hybrid... He has a 50 stage one and a 50 stage two which means he can be running 100 hp shot...
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hybridcelica Mar 12, 8:21pm - #121089 
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Originally Posted by skdmorse
If you think 75 is high talk to hybrid... He has a 50 stage one and a 50 stage two which means he can be running 100 hp shot...

even though i'm 50 and 50 i use good gas when i'm racing and change my plugs to #7 ngk its also wired so that the 2nd stage cant be activated unless the 1st stage is activated and you are at wide open throttle.
it can be scary to shift(if you misshift while squeezing R.I.P 2zzge) cause the 1st is at the throttle and the 2nd is in my hand with a t shift(b&M)the t shift is a waste of time though esp when speed shifting,i want to get a gts stock shift knob that i'm going to drill and put a small micro switch in.(the original shift knob and stock shifter works the best to me for a celica)
the biggest problem with nitrous i find is when you go toO big a shot and you squeeze at too low an rpm.track down here opens up on the 28th and i'm gonaa see if i can coax her on a 60 shot second stage.
i use the sx2 nozzle by nx. there is a guy on ebay who has them for 50.00 i think thats cheap.

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Lethalchem Mar 18, 10:13pm - #121090 
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Originally Posted by skdmorse
I run a 75 shot on stock internals. A 55 shot is all I would use on the street...


Why is that?

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