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Old 02-16-2008, 03:10 PM
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NO2 nozzle size?????????

I got all my problems fixed on the new engine now when the nitrous sprays the engine slows down and stalls. is this a sign of to much spray or do I have another problem. my nozzles are .125 do I need to come down a size. on a good note the egts stay low under power "I guess a little to low"


edit: oops, I goofed N2O nozzles

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Old 02-17-2008, 10:40 AM
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I think you answered your own question!!!!lol Maybe you need to have DP write some tunes for the laughing gas.
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Old 02-18-2008, 04:01 PM
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Start with small jet and work your way up until the power drops off.
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I think I've got it worked out the digital controler can be adjusted we pulled it down some and it seems to like it much better.but thanks for your help
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What size jet are you using?
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What size jet are you useing?
.125 nozzles
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Old 02-18-2008, 04:26 PM
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.125 sounds huge to me. Its been a while since i have use spray. I have never used it on a diesel so maybe its different. I used to run a .058 jet on my mustang and that was a 150 shot.
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Old 02-18-2008, 04:33 PM
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this is the size that came stock with the two solinoids in the system it's a dry shot system.
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Does it not use jets like a car nitrous kit would use? The pic I found of the system has what looks like a set of jets
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this daggone thing is giveing me so much grief I think I'll just take it out for now untill I get somebody that knows how to tune a diesel on N2O to look at it. I know nothing about drugging a diesel and the engine and the N2O system cost to damn much to screw up. the engine is making plenty of power without. yes the system has jets but it also has a digital controller to adjust the shot. it's a little more advanced than the old nozzle in the intake runner that I ran on my old car..
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