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Jan 28, 12:06pm - #92308 
NAWWWWS! ok...

Ok, Im getin' Nos pretty soon. I called the people that install it today, and they said something about us needing an upgraded fuel rail?? Now, you all said before it has to be at WOT. So, does that mean everytime I hit wide open throttle it just kicks in, or can I have a button?? Thanks!


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Jan 28, 12:09pm - #92309 
I'm certain that you'll have an arm/disarm button so that you can still floor it without spraying.

You don't need an upgraded fuel rail. Many celica GT guys have n2o and don't have an upgraded fuel rail. Stafford Fabrications makes a rail though. hope that helps

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Jan 28, 12:11pm - #92310 
Originally Posted by saspence22
Ok, Im getin' Nos pretty soon. I called the people that install it today, and they said something about us needing an upgraded fuel rail?? Now, you all said before it has to be at WOT. So, does that mean everytime I hit wide open throttle it just kicks in, or can I have a button?? Thanks!


You still have to have the bottle on. You can have a button too, but remeber it's not like Fast ans Furious. It will only stay on as long as you have the button held in. You don't need an upgraded fuel rail to my knowledge. Also look into getting a window switch as well. You don't want to hit the fuel cut-off while shooting N20 through the engine!!!

I you recommend a WOT switch, a window switch, purge kit, bottle heater, and a remote bottle opener. Hope that helps!!!

Look at the NX kit with GenX 2 Upgrade!!!! And the remote bottle opener is really nice. Should be about $1200 when your all done!!!


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Jan 28, 6:00pm - #92311 
i think theres a group buy goin on right now for the stafford fuel rail

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Jan 28, 6:28pm - #92312 
yup and i think im gonna get one..only 139.99 shipped..not to bad


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Jan 28, 7:08pm - #92313 
Speaking from experience. You do not need a fuel rail, you just tap a hole in the fule rail that comes stock. Now with that being said, I have ordered the new fuel rail from SF just because it eliminates the tapped hole. It has one built in... As far as the button. You can have it set up two ways. One with a button adn one with wide open throttle. With the "wot" you just arm your system with a switch and then when you put it to the floor the nitrous shoots...

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