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Old 04-05-2013, 08:09 PM   #1
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ECS Novi 1500, Nitrous Outlet, Nano System

So I have been on a quest to lower my power down from 844whp to help me hook it up better on my 22s which I just love too much haha. So I put a Nitrous Outlet Plate kit on it, 4500psi nano system, and dedicated fuel system with VP109.

So we added the restrictor plate back into the Blower and still made 13lbs of boost and made 750whp, give or take 660wtq looking at the graph. So to make up for my loss of power we decided to keep it tame at a 100shot(Doug said either your putting in the motor or no MAS). So long story short the car made a new high of 900whp and 810ft/tq. We have a 2-step nitrous progressive controller on the car, so you'll notice it starts spraying at 3000rpm, starts off at about 25% and then ramps into 100% this is to help with traction. Overall another perfect job by the guys down at ECS. Alex even stayed a bit late so I could pickup the car really can't say enough. And if somehow Shawn @ ECS can read this, thank you for spending a crazy amount of frustrating hours wiring up my car haha. Your the man.







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Old 04-05-2013, 08:27 PM   #2
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That's a damn good job. How was the trip home?
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Old 04-05-2013, 08:42 PM   #3
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I'll get there one day!
very very nice!
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:10 PM   #4
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That's a damn good job. How was the trip home?
Trip home was good lol, with the restrictor in I don't make tire shredding tq like I used to down low helps hookup. The trailing arms and toe rods really make a bigger difference than I thought as well. I got into it a few times just on the blower tho. I plan on taking the tanks out until I'm actually gonna use them, no way on my 22s hook up 810ft/lbs of tq
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Old 04-06-2013, 06:51 AM   #6
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How Long Do You Think The Stock Bottom End Will Last WithThis Setup ?
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Old 04-06-2013, 06:52 AM   #7
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:57 AM   #8
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How Long Do You Think The Stock Bottom End Will Last WithThis Setup ?
I think it'll last until I change the shortblock . I have a ZL1 Fuel Pump, ADM FPCM, BAP. Dedicated 1 Gallon Fuel Cell with VP109 for the 100shot.
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Old 04-06-2013, 12:48 PM   #9
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Very well done.
It's one thing to make big power. It's a whole different thing properly managing it.
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Very well done.
It's one thing to make big power. It's a whole different thing properly managing it.
Thank you sir, appreciate that
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Old 04-06-2013, 07:29 PM   #11
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Trip home was good lol, with the restrictor in I don't make tire shredding tq like I used to down low helps hookup. The trailing arms and toe rods really make a bigger difference than I thought as well. I got into it a few times just on the blower tho. I plan on taking the tanks out until I'm actually gonna use them, no way on my 22s hook up 810ft/lbs of tq
Good to hear. I've got suspension work going on this weekend. I'm doing trailing arms, rods, sway bars and endlinks. So now I feel reassured that they help considerably.
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Good to hear. I've got suspension work going on this weekend. I'm doing trailing arms, rods, sway bars and endlinks. So now I feel reassured that they help considerably.
I was gonna spend some money on sways and end links but I'm gonna do solid subframe bushings before that. Trailing arms/toe rods are a great investment man. Gotta get it re-aligned tho.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:22 PM   #13
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I was gonna spend some money on sways and end links but I'm gonna do solid subframe bushings before that. Trailing arms/toe rods are a great investment man. Gotta get it re-aligned tho.
Subframe bushings are on my list too, and ever since I took care of that pesky fuel pump issue, I have more confidence in dropping the subframe once more to do some bushings.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:37 PM   #14
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Subframe bushings are on my list too, and ever since I took care of that pesky fuel pump issue, I have more confidence in dropping the subframe once more to do some bushings.
Nice man def gonna be a big improvement for you. I'll be doing the subframes and I got one more new project for ECS, but time to enjoy the car this year.
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Nice man def gonna be a big improvement for you. I'll be doing the subframes and I got one more new project for ECS, but time to enjoy the car this year.
I hear you on that. I'm just gonna go to shows, and drive around. Then, when it's time to put the car back in storage, I've got plans already thought up.

BTW, I was watching Pinks the other night and it was the episode to two turbo-charged Busa's. Those are some bad-ass bikes, when do you start on yours?
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Old 04-07-2013, 10:11 PM   #16
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I hear you on that. I'm just gonna go to shows, and drive around. Then, when it's time to put the car back in storage, I've got plans already thought up.

BTW, I was watching Pinks the other night and it was the episode to two turbo-charged Busa's. Those are some bad-ass bikes, when do you start on yours?
Nice i'll be at tune time next weekend not sure if your gonna hit that or not. I'll be on the lookout for your build haha I'm sure its more power .

The bike is for the most part back together, I have to buy the meth kit and then get to work on assembling the turbo kit. I have a week off in May which I'll probably use to finish it then. Most annoying part is hooking up the trailer to the pickup, its got a cab on the bed so I can't just roll it up and in. I think I know who I want to tune it but we'll see.
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Nice i'll be at tune time next weekend not sure if your gonna hit that or not. I'll be on the lookout for your build haha I'm sure its more power .

The bike is for the most part back together, I have to buy the meth kit and then get to work on assembling the turbo kit. I have a week off in May which I'll probably use to finish it then. Most annoying part is hooking up the trailer to the pickup, its got a cab on the bed so I can't just roll it up and in. I think I know who I want to tune it but we'll see.
No shows for me quite yet. Car is still getting painted, I'll be able to pick it up tomorrow. Next weekend I'll be installing all the suspension goodies I got and up until May I'll be getting ready to move. So until then, I'll be living vicariously through you and your car.

What kind of power are you looking at making with the bike? If you need help with anything, just hit me up. I can make time to help.
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:23 AM   #21
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No shows for me quite yet. Car is still getting painted, I'll be able to pick it up tomorrow. Next weekend I'll be installing all the suspension goodies I got and up until May I'll be getting ready to move. So until then, I'll be living vicariously through you and your car.

What kind of power are you looking at making with the bike? If you need help with anything, just hit me up. I can make time to help.
Re-painting the whole car? Nice perfect time to pick it up tomorrow is gonna be a very nice day, I'll be out on the duc as much as possible this year though. Haha I'll hook up the gopro and post some vids then. I got into it on the highway yesterday and I never saw the speedo go up so fast LOL.

Hopefully somewhere around 300whp that would be cool. If it makes 250whp thats ok too just want it to run good! Likewise man if you need help with your car just shoot me a PM.
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Sweet Setup!
Thanks Brandon, you guys make a great kit and it sure gets a lot of attention at the shows haha. . I have to get the bottle that came with the kit filled. We'll turn it up when I do the shortblock.
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Nice job! Looks Great! When you get that white bottle out of there and put the pretty black one in it can you email pics and info to Neal? He will put you in our new customer section. neal@nitrousoutlet.com

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