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Old 10-05-2013, 08:51 PM   #35
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Awesome. That is really good. Your entire systems, including the extras, for around $3,500 is really, really good. I would start with the 100 shot but I would like to have it ready for the 200 shot from the get go (to much fun). I would definetely replicate your setup. The safer the setup is the better it is.

Regarding being more attentive to it, what exactly are you referring to when you say that?

Also, is the list in your opening post a complete list of your setup?


Thanks again for the information.
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Old 10-05-2013, 10:08 PM   #36
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Hey Six those are awsome numbers I got most of my kit here Im only waiting on a shift light I want to install at the same time. Is your car a ,manual or an a6 where did you mount the nos controller and the lnc2000. Did you run your main line and wireing thru the passenger side Im hoping to do my install next weekend since Im going to have some time off Im also going to do the heater hose relocation so my solenoids look better tks for your help
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Old 10-06-2013, 04:58 AM   #37
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Awesome. That is really good. Your entire systems, including the extras, for around $3,500 is really, really good. I would start with the 100 shot but I would like to have it ready for the 200 shot from the get go (to much fun). I would definetely replicate your setup. The safer the setup is the better it is.

Regarding being more attentive to it, what exactly are you referring to when you say that?

Also, is the list in your opening post a complete list of your setup?


Thanks again for the information.
Being more attentive meaning you have things that deplete. Like my fuel cell and the nitrous bottle. Running out of nitrous just makes the car run slower and to a point of being completely out just makes it run rich. If you run out of fuel on the other hand, a lean situation could be bad. So attentive in that you just have to keep an eye on your system whereas a SC or TT you install them and drive without the need for monitoring anything. The nice thing about the fuel cell is it uses very little compared to the nitrous. So that gallon of gas, C16, or whatever you decide to run lasts much longer than the N2O. I've ran through 3 bottles now and am still about 3/4 full in the cell. Also you have to keep an eye on bottle pressure for optimum effect. A p.s.i. of around 950 is ideal. When I look at my gauge before doing anything, it's usually around 750 to 800. I turn the heater on and within about 10 minutes I'm up to the 950 range. One thing I'm going to add and suggest you do the same is put a gauge in the cockpit so you can see your pressure without having to stick you head in the trunk. The heater works great. I think I'm going to go with a nano system as soon as I can. Those things are awesome and give you a consistent pressure -http://www.nanonitrous.com/howitworks.shtml.

I have everything in my original list shown on the first page. The only thing I would change it 1 the pressure gauge I mentioned, I forgot to order the plate that mounts the bottle to the factory bolts at the back of the trunk, and I am getting the Nitrous Outlet bottle opener. The NOS one I ordered doesn't open the valve to the bottle, it's an inline electronic ball valve essentially. I guess it would work fine but I like the other design better.

Oh, one thing to note if you get the dedicated fuel cell make sure you order a 1/8 NPT X 6AN fitting for the fuel solenoid side of the fuel hose. The kit doesn't come with one and you won't be able to hook up your fuel line.

So I have:

Nitrous Outlet Camaro 90mm plate kit.
Nitrous outlet Stage III accessory pack.
Nitrous Outlet 10lb bottle
NOS Mini-2 progressive controller
Lingenfelter LNC-2000 for timing retard
NOS remote bottle opener (Changing to Nitrous Outlet Opener)
(adding) trunk mounting kit for the Camaro

With these things you have pretty much everything to install. You might needs some extra splices and some 16 and 14 guage wire. I'm going to go back through mine and where I put butt splices I'm going to solder the connections and use heat shrink for a more durable splice.
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:02 AM   #38
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Here's a link to the video of my car getting dyno'd this Friday at Sullivan Performance in Las Vegas. You can hear how quickly the power comes on when the pedal goes down.

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Old 10-06-2013, 05:10 AM   #39
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Hey Six those are awsome numbers I got most of my kit here Im only waiting on a shift light I want to install at the same time. Is your car a ,manual or an a6 where did you mount the nos controller and the lnc2000. Did you run your main line and wireing thru the passenger side Im hoping to do my install next weekend since Im going to have some time off Im also going to do the heater hose relocation so my solenoids look better tks for your help
I have the auto which has been converted to the LS3 setup basically. Removed the DOD/AFM and changed cam when I had my car built.

I mounted the NOS controller in the front lip of the car next to the fuse box and the LNC2000 on the firewall where the wires come through like in the GM Tech article. And yes I ran my wiring through the passenger side. You only have two wires coming from you cockpit for the switch panel. Other than that I ran the nitrous feed line through the same area and also mounted the progressive controller handheld in the jockey box.

The solenoids still look good with the heater hoses where they are at and the Nitrous Outlet N2O solenoid has a plate built on it to shield it from the hoses. But all in all probably have a cleaner look overall if you relocated them. Just plan on some time installing the entire system. It's very time intensive. It took me 3 days to do mine. Not working around the clock but a better part of each day to get the install complete. It's worth it though. You're going to LOVE the difference in power.
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:07 AM   #40
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Thank you, Six. As I mentioned before, you provided invaluable information in this thread. I can't thank you enough.

Keep us updated regarding the upgrade to the 200 shot, the dyno, and track results (as your time permits).
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:13 PM   #41
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Thank you, Six. As I mentioned before, you provided invaluable information in this thread. I can't thank you enough.

Keep us updated regarding the upgrade to the 200 shot, the dyno, and track results (as your time permits).
Will do. You're welcome. Let me know if there is anything I can do when you start your build.
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:25 PM   #42
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I appreciate the offer Six and I will do just that.

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Old 10-08-2013, 10:34 AM   #43
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Just a note if you are looking at getting a Nano system for your build. It looks like they are back ordered into December. So if you want one by spring, you should look into ordering one pretty soon. I'm ordering mine today. This really is a pretty incredible setup in that you don't have to worry about the heater, you have a 25% increase in HP and your bottle pressure and consistency are the same throughout the power curve. I think this is the only way to go if you're going to be racing or using your nitrous system regularly. I'm ordering the Universal 3000 kit. It's plenty for the HP range I'm in. I'm only going to max at at 200 shot so this system will be perfect.

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Old 10-09-2013, 11:31 AM   #44
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Great write up Ken! Be sure to increase your fuel jetting by 10% when you get the Nano put on.
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Old 10-09-2013, 12:32 PM   #45
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Great job picking quality components. We only sell Nitrous outlet products here because well... They are the absolute best available!!! We are huge nitrous junkies at CPR so it makes me happy to see people on the bottle
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Old 10-09-2013, 01:39 PM   #46
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Great write up Ken! Be sure to increase your fuel jetting by 10% when you get the Nano put on.
Brandon, yeah I was going to ask you about that. So 10% more fuel and should be good? I'll do a scan log after I install to make sure everything looks good. Thanks again for everything!
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Old 10-09-2013, 01:40 PM   #47
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Great job picking quality components. We only sell Nitrous outlet products here because well... They are the absolute best available!!! We are huge nitrous junkies at CPR so it makes me happy to see people on the bottle
Yep, new found love of the bottle! Great stuff and man do I love the hit! Wish I had done this a long time ago. And you're right, so far the Nitrous Outlet stuff has been perfect.
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:41 AM   #48
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Just an update on the track since I never posted the info. The car ran great, which was part of the problem. It was really cold low 40's temp, plus I had worn drag radials on. I COULD NOT get traction either at launch or down the track. My 60' times where over 2 seconds which is terrible and I kept going sideways during shifts. Bottom line, need better weather and better tires. Not to mention I have no upgrades in suspension which will also be needed and is in the works. Oh, and a posi mod to keep both tires locked.

With all of that and at a DA of 6500' the car still ran a 12.1 at 117 mph. Guaranteed when I get it to hook, it will be mid to low 11's. And that's on the 150 shot. Still have not installed the 200 shot jets. All of the drag guru's out there think with the 200 jets and better tires, it's a high 10's car. I think so too. I felt like I was racing on ice.
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Old 04-24-2014, 11:25 AM   #49
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Going to a SC. I have this exact kit and am selling the entire thing. Everything you need! I have it posted in the member classifieds if you're interested.

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Old 12-12-2014, 03:46 PM   #50
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Going to a SC. I have this exact kit and am selling the entire thing. Everything you need! I have it posted in the member classifieds if you're interested.

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Old 12-20-2014, 12:53 AM   #51
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that is one awesome kit. I see you're from Utah, I moved from Utah to Dallas a few months ago and am moving back to Utah in a couple of months. Can't wait to see your car at RMR.
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