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Aug 11, 9:10pm - #246849 
nitrous install

Ok ive been considering nitrous. What is required for the install. I know some people drill holes in their Intake and inject it there. Is that the best/only way? What is the best way. Also can you recommend a COMPLETE kit that would be relativly easy to install. Is a bottle heater and purge kit really needed? Benefits?


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Aug 11, 9:28pm - #246850 
ok im a retard i didnt even see the other thread on this. but mine question is kinda different so i ask you keep it open.

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Aug 11, 11:03pm - #246851 
I recommend the Zex wet kit

- a bottle heater is necessary if you live in a relatively cold climate and plan on maximizing your gains

- purge kit is entirely optional - although some advocate its use by saying it cleans out the lines

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Aug 12, 8:06am - #246852 
in my opinion,,,, one needs a purge kit... this will clean out the lines of all of the unwanted "air" and other crap that might get in ur lines.. now you dont wanna go and inject all that stuff in ur engine do u??? as for the bottle heater.. go with sultan's advice.. thumbsup thumbsup

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Aug 12, 8:07am - #246853 
and the purge looks pretty sweet

heres my car

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Aug 12, 3:18pm - #246854 
Hehe, yeah, that does look pretty cool. Go with the purge kit. I don't know anything about NOS, but hey looking cool is good too.

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Aug 12, 3:22pm - #246855 
Originally Posted by SHen3500
Hehe, yeah, that does look pretty cool. Go with the purge kit. I don't know anything about NOS, but hey looking cool is good too.

I agree!! grin


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