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Old 09-19-2011, 07:51 AM
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190s/powermax, nitrous setup questions..

obviously there is some fuel needed to be cleaned up with my setup for the track, what's a good solenoid/jet setup for the combo? should I or can I wastegate the pmax? Thanks
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i'd start with a .88 or .93 jet and see how it goes
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Old 09-19-2011, 09:34 AM
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okay, i just dont want to blow up anything (lessen the chance)..if possible do i need to wastegate the pmax?
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Old 09-19-2011, 09:54 AM
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it would be a great idea because vgt's dont like spray too much, especially the powermax
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I dont think the pmax would like spray much. But I know tuners can make the vanes open up more when running spray to lower back pressure. But im not really 100% sure on all that tuning stuff. I would be more worried about your tranny not liking that much.


All that being said I had a bottle waiting to be filled right before I got the procharger (old set up 190s/pmax) and things go wild
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I dont think the pmax would like spray much. But I know tuners can make the vanes open up more when running spray to lower back pressure. But im not really 100% sure on all that tuning stuff. I would be more worried about your tranny not liking that much.


All that being said I had a bottle waiting to be filled right before I got the procharger (old set up 190s/pmax) and things go wild
well I may do a single stage .88 jet then...like an NXD12001 nitrous express kit, just for cleaning purposes on the fuel. is there a way to monitor back pressure with an insight? oh and 06powerstroke I forgot to tell you, I got suncoast internals (ironpac 3), triple disc converter, and a billet input, and a shift kit ready to be put in!
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:14 AM
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well I may do a single stage .88 jet then...like an NXD12001 nitrous express kit, just for cleaning purposes on the fuel. is there a way to monitor back pressure with an insight? oh and 06powerstroke I forgot to tell you, I got suncoast internals (ironpac 3), triple disc converter, and a billet input, and a shift kit ready to be put in!
there is some how because I know if you monitor it threw the truck you have to take 14.7psi off the reading. I think scan gauge can read it but again not sure. I just have a gauge.

sounds like your golden on the trans!
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