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nitrous nozzle intallation location

Hi there we are installating a Nitrous System, I wanted to know what is the best location to install the nozzles.

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This is where I did mine.


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Almost identical to mine. Perfect location, just don't forget to remove the pipe from the truck before drilling and make sure you get all the shavings out before reinstalling the pipe.
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When I redo mine im goign to mount the solenoids in the fender behind the vent.
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It's nice to have a short line between your solenoids and the nozzle, more in controll of the spray. But if you don't mind a little lag, behind the vent would work.
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It's nice to have a short line between your solenoids and the nozzle, more in controll of the spray. But if you don't mind a little lag, behind the vent would work.
HAHA having some lag is ok. I have a timer setup on it anyways. If I spray off the line I will spin all four.
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Thanks for the advice guys, we will have to wait until next week for testing...

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