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Old 01-03-2011, 12:29 AM   #13

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Originally Posted by jrrod6410 View Post
I'm interested in this kit but got a few questions. 1. What is that harness for? 2. Since these cars have no throttle cable/bracket, what's used for WOT detection? 3. Don't you still need some type of pressure controller like bottle heater or nano system to maintain proper pressure? I checked their website, but it really only says what's included, not how it works. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, jrrod.
I will try my best to answer your questions.

1. The harness is simply a TPS(Throttle Position Sensor) wire extension harness. Its purpose is just to extend your existing harness because you need to flip(clock) the throttle body over so the connector will face the opposite side. Thus requiring the extension harness. You could just untape and unwind the original harness to make it reach but this makes it easier and more plug 'n play.

2. There is a micro switch included that attaches to the tb or gas pedal(Camaro) so that your nitrous activates while in WOT.

3. Nitrous should always be at its proper pressure so people use one of the following methods to accomplish this.

A. Bottle heater to heat the bottle and increase the pressure before each run
B. Switch bottles after a couple of runs or after every run(depends on outside temps, how much you spray and/or how big your bottle is)
C. NANO(pusher system) that pressurizes the nitrous bottle to keep constant/optimal pressure

You need to buy extra bottles, heater or NANO as they do not normally come with your nitrous kit but are sold separately as an option. Other options include bottle opener, gauge, purge, RPM window switch, progressive controller etc.

If you have any more questions you can PM me and I will answer them as best I can.
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