Nitrous Discuss dry, wet, and direct port nitrous setups. How many shots can you handle?

Nitrous setup pictures

Old 11-18-2002, 11:42 PM
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Different nitrous set pictures submitted

Here is a thread you can post and review different install pictures of nitrous sets...

whether your into direct port, multiple bottle,
multiple stage, stealth installation or just want
to get an idea how peoples set up are laid out...

you can post and see it here, just for the bottle fed crew in the .ORG



Like this:

Here is the Zex Nitrous Management unit inside the engine bay...
http://images.cardomain.com/installs...18_81_full.jpg

Here is a popular way to mount the bottle for running...
http://images.cardomain.com/installs...18_78_full.jpg

Placement of the arming switch...
http://images.cardomain.com/installs...18_82_full.jpg
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Old 11-19-2002, 07:25 AM
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Good idea. I'll go first.

Bottle:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/nos_bottle4.jpg

Solenoid Location:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/nos_noids2.jpg

Line to intake path:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/...zzle_line2.jpg

Switches:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE049.JPG

FRP off fitting and Nitrous pressure tee:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE051.JPG

Finished product:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE050.JPG

Yup, I like it messy! The thing in the blue zip-ties is my window switch.
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Old 11-19-2002, 07:43 AM
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My sig pic is really the only pic I have that's in the right format.
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Old 11-19-2002, 12:36 PM
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Originally posted by ejj
Good idea. I'll go first.

Bottle:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/nos_bottle4.jpg

Solenoid Location:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/nos_noids2.jpg

Line to intake path:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/...zzle_line2.jpg

Switches:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE049.JPG

FRP off fitting and Nitrous pressure tee:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE051.JPG

Finished product:
http://www.ericj.org/maxima/img/NOS/IMAGE050.JPG

Yup, I like it messy! The thing in the blue zip-ties is my window switch.
Glad to see someones nitrous setup is as big of a birds nest of wires as mine, I have been meaning to clean mine up a little but just havent gotten around to it.
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Old 11-20-2002, 07:54 AM
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Originally posted by 1MAX2NV
Here are some.

http://imageevent.com/1max2nv/nitrous

I'm going to take more pics. I just added a high flow nitrous filter.
Nice pics. I hope you don't mind, but I flipped thru a few of the other pages....My wish list is long .
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Nitrous activation and bottle heater switches

Remote bottle opener switch
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Old 05-19-2003, 10:51 PM
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Here are a few pics of my setup. I give mad props to homeboy Frank (JDMMAX) for the install.



My switches.


Gauges


Barney in the trunk.


ZMU

Well there it is. I'm running a small 50 shot, which makes my tires spin like crazy. Can't wait to see what my car does with a larger shot.
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Old 06-27-2003, 03:39 PM
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Here is what I see when I look straight ahead.


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jim, how did u wire the go baby go button there?
I want to install mine there but I need a way to bypass a wire from being turned around with the wheel.
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Originally posted by KiLLeR2002se
jim, how did u wire the go baby go button there?
I want to install mine there but I need a way to bypass a wire from being turned around with the wheel.
I couldn't find a way around that other than to use a coiled power wire, I just live with it twisting around the wheel.
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now theres going to be 2 wires...
Is there such thing as a wireless pushbutton maybe?
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Old 08-04-2003, 07:54 AM
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Mine's pretty run of the mill... I guess it's a good reference if you just want to see the bare minimun intall.

In the end, nitrous is nitrous (barring my crappy bottle pressure w/o the heater). So I don't mind too much...



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Old 08-27-2003, 08:26 PM
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Pics to add to the mix



Gauges and switches





Engine bay view before cleanup and final wiring





Engine bay after





Fuel tee and FPSS



Enjoy....
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Old 10-16-2003, 04:45 PM
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Man some of you guys have freaking awesome setups. Looks insanely sweet!
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Old 11-27-2003, 09:20 PM
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Hey guys, can somebody please tell me what kind of fuel pressure regulator you used for your nitrous setups....I got everything for my Zex Kit but that. I have the Zex kit sitting there in the box along w/ all the wiring and hardware, the new colder spark plugs, the summit gauges, and the Walbro fuel pump. All I need yet is the fuel pressure regulator...I'm just dyin' to get this baby in my Max!!!
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Old 12-10-2003, 02:33 PM
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75 shot Dry NOS kit.
View in trunk
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http://www.nissantalk.com/registry/u...in%20trunk.jpg[/IMG]

switches. the lonely one is the firing switch. the 4 in the center operate different things. from left to right. Bottle heater (not installed yet, but ran wire), interior neons and fog lights, undercar neons, and the final is a blown switch, but is there until i get a new one and decide what to hook up to it


Arming switch with flip cover



View of tank and gauge from inside the cabin


Jet Nozzle going into intake before the MAF (so it can adjust)


Solenoids by master cyl.
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Old 12-10-2003, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Nissan Love

Jet Nozzle going into intake before the MAF
I dont think thats the best thing to do.
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Old 12-10-2003, 05:12 PM
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why, should i have it after the MAF
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Originally Posted by Nissan Love
why, should i have it after the MAF
Yeus you should. You are just begging for a MAF failure, not to mention you want the shirtest path possible for the N2O.
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Originally Posted by molehill84
Hey guys, can somebody please tell me what kind of fuel pressure regulator you used for your nitrous setups....I got everything for my Zex Kit but that. I have the Zex kit sitting there in the box along w/ all the wiring and hardware, the new colder spark plugs, the summit gauges, and the Walbro fuel pump. All I need yet is the fuel pressure regulator...I'm just dyin' to get this baby in my Max!!!
Guessing you figured this out already but...

I'm using the stock regulator with my Zex kit. Stock pump too. It's a 4th gen tho.

I'm using the dry kit with the 50 shot.

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bottle, just realized I never had a pic of the bottle.
http://www.dtmpower.net/ppost2/data/...bottle-med.jpg
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Here is a few shots of my set up...

Fuel line "T"

Nozzle

Bottle

Guages

Ill edit this post with a couple more pics later when i get the chance to take them
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my setup is complete and can be seen here

http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/643258

sorry i cant host the pics here
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I look around and I see all these prize-worthy installs that probably took weeks to assemble with pretty little switches, gauges everywhere, and perfect mounting locations... well I say F*$# THAT...

2 hours - 33 zip-ties - and 3 cokes later we have the following out-running 12.7 sec 1/4 mile cars from a 30-roll all the way up to 100mph


and they said the maxima was just another 4-door






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Why are you spraying the maf? Are you trying to kill it?
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Originally Posted by SonicDust187
Why are you spraying the maf? Are you trying to kill it?
i was wondering the same thing,

plus, why are you shooting nitrous with no other upgrades. the simple things as an intake, headers, and catback will make a world of difference with nitrous.
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if u have a dry shot...aren't u supposed to spray in front of the maf?
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Old 10-17-2004, 12:51 PM
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dry or wet, you dont spray the MAF. you want the jet no more than 6" away from the TB.
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i ahve truly learned alot from this thread, i thank you guys
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Originally Posted by Nissan Love
dry or wet, you dont spray the MAF. you want the jet no more than 6" away from the TB.
WTF!? Are you an IDIOT? The only way a dry shot will work is if you spray the MAF... other wise you lean out the motor in about 2 seconds and detonate the **** out of your pistons. What do you think compensates for the lack of fuel in your cylinders as soon as you introduce extra 02 molecules---THE MAF!

The kit in the pictures is a DRY kit... hence spraying through the MAF. If you still disagree then you either don't know how a dry shot works because all you have been using all your life is a wet kit or you're just an idiot who doesn't even know how to spell nitrous.... so there ya go
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Originally Posted by russianyuri
WTF!? Are you an IDIOT? The only way a dry shot will work is if you spray the MAF... other wise you lean out the motor in about 2 seconds and detonate the **** out of your pistons. What do you think compensates for the lack of fuel in your cylinders as soon as you introduce extra 02 molecules---THE MAF!

The kit in the pictures is a DRY kit... hence spraying through the MAF. If you still disagree then you either don't know how a dry shot works because all you have been using all your life is a wet kit or you're just an idiot who doesn't even know how to spell nitrous.... so there ya go
Wow noob. Take it easy before your *** gets owned. And you not supposed to spray the maf. The way you not lean out the system with a dry kit is that you have to tap into the fuel system on a dry setup and install a fuel jet that when you spray boosts the fuel pressure like an fmu unit would when it sees boost. only thing you are doing is just causing your car to go lean and destroying the maf.
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can u say OWN3D, but seriously you need to calm it down we are all relative adults here, no need to fight.
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Originally Posted by russianyuri
WTF!? Are you an IDIOT? The only way a dry shot will work is if you spray the MAF... other wise you lean out the motor in about 2 seconds and detonate the **** out of your pistons. What do you think compensates for the lack of fuel in your cylinders as soon as you introduce extra 02 molecules---THE MAF!

The kit in the pictures is a DRY kit... hence spraying through the MAF. If you still disagree then you either don't know how a dry shot works because all you have been using all your life is a wet kit or you're just an idiot who doesn't even know how to spell nitrous.... so there ya go
sorry to burst your bubble but your wrong. now obviously you dont know much about the dry system but i've had the dry for three yrs and what your saying is ludicrous. if you spray your m.a.f you will blow it nothing is suppose to run by that it will damage it. how it works is there are two nitrous solenoids that create a vacuum for the f.p.r to read . attached to the line is a vacuum jet to adjust fuel pressure accordingly.the nitrous sprays in at the throttle body and the vacuum line connected to the two solenoids and is detected by the f.p.r with is attached to a tee and hooked up to the f.p.r.
what you have just stated is false and dangerous.
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Originally Posted by russianyuri
I look around and I see all these prize-worthy installs that probably took weeks to assemble with pretty little switches, gauges everywhere, and perfect mounting locations... well I say F*$# THAT...

2 hours - 33 zip-ties - and 3 cokes later we have the following out-running 12.7 sec 1/4 mile cars from a 30-roll all the way up to 100mph


and they said the maxima was just another 4-door



lets see some timeslips. i say 12.7 seconds to blow your motor. how the heck are you spraying before the m.a.f. what are you nuts.didnt you get a real kit or did you fabricate one. now im a newbie but you are just nuts.
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Originally Posted by russianyuri
WTF!? Are you an IDIOT? The only way a dry shot will work is if you spray the MAF... other wise you lean out the motor in about 2 seconds and detonate the **** out of your pistons. What do you think compensates for the lack of fuel in your cylinders as soon as you introduce extra 02 molecules---THE MAF!

The kit in the pictures is a DRY kit... hence spraying through the MAF. If you still disagree then you either don't know how a dry shot works because all you have been using all your life is a wet kit or you're just an idiot who doesn't even know how to spell nitrous.... so there ya go
I would comment on this, but it looks like others have already said what i was going to say. I've been running a dry setup for 2 yrs now, and probably know more about nitrous than you do. but keep spraying your MAF, see how long they last
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