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  1. V8Killer
    05-30-2013 02:25 PM - permalink
    V8Killer
    Yes that is the beauty of it you have to be WOT in order for it to spray.
  2. chrischhorn
    05-30-2013 01:15 PM - permalink
    chrischhorn
    Every review I've seen of it, people love it. NeverBoneStock is using it on both his bottles and he is happy. I was looking at those window switches too which I would really want. It checks the TPS also right so that way you have to be at WOT throttle to spray right? Not just in the RPM window? That's what comes with the ZEX package correct? I just wanna make sure with the window switch that there's also a WOT switch with it to make sure it doesn't just spray in the middle of the set RPM range.
  3. V8Killer
    05-29-2013 07:15 PM - permalink
    V8Killer
    Nice man. Hey how is their bottle warmer? The one zex had sucked b/c it has a built in thermostat so it would shut off before my bottle even began to get warm. I opted for a bottle bracket with a built in heater and pressure kit so that way my heater comes on to keep the pressure up. I went with the wot switch b/c well you set what rpm to start spraying and what rpm to stop so it's pretty safe and if you miss a gear it stops. How was the pricing after you put everything together?
  4. chrischhorn
    05-29-2013 03:41 PM - permalink
    chrischhorn
    Just updating ya bro. I'm going with the Dynotune kit with bottle warmer, purge kit, remote opener, digital pressure gauge, and their nitrous switch center. I'm still tryin to decide the activation switch whether it's gonna be the NX TPS WOT switch or a progressive kit. The Dynotune kit comes with a crappy mechanical switch that I definitely will not be using.
  5. V8Killer
    05-24-2013 03:57 AM - permalink
    V8Killer
    Ya 75 you'll be able to spray all day w/o a tune. Keep me posted man I'd like to hear what happens in the future.
  6. chrischhorn
    05-24-2013 03:48 AM - permalink
    chrischhorn
    I'm probably only doing a 75 shot due to the lack of tuner experience out here with the 370z. I'm the 1st and only 370z to have been tuned on Oahu thus far. I just took it to the best 350z tuner here. Only thing I am changin is the spark plugs to 1 step colder which isn't even necessary for a 75 shot. No reason to upgrade injectors or pump yet. With the wet kit, its already got a way to compensate with more fuel without changing the injectors so I think I'll be fine. If it was a dry kit, then yes, injectors would be 100% necessary.
  7. V8Killer
    05-24-2013 02:39 AM - permalink
    V8Killer
    How big a shot you doing? Upgrading the fuel pump,spark plugs,injectors?
  8. chrischhorn
    05-24-2013 02:23 AM - permalink
    chrischhorn
    I've always been a fan of Nitrous Express kits. Not to mention, the NX kits are rated whp and not crank HP like most kits. I've always had good luck with them. Ran 4-5 different kits on various cars I've had. All worked without a hitch.
  9. V8Killer
    05-24-2013 01:26 AM - permalink
    V8Killer
    Hey man just wanted to say thanks for the support. Also have you decided what kit you plan to use?

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