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    I just bought a fogger set up from a buddy its a pro race setup but i was looking at the jet chart and dont understand this part thats at the bottom of the chart. Is there another jet that goes somewhere in these fogger setups i have never ran one before just plate setups.
    Nad any tips or pointers anyone has for me shoot them at me.

    Fuel is set as a flowing pressure through a .073 jet for the Fogger kits

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    Each nozzle in a direct port system has provisions for two jets. One for the fuel size of the system and another for the n2o side.

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    There's a handfull of really smart guys on NOS around here, but they don't post much. You might want to hang out in the nitrous section on Yellow Bullet. A LOT of good nitrous racers and pretty much anything you wanna know, do a search and it's there. The main mod is a guy named Steve Johnson of Induction Solutions and is really helpful as well. YOu'll do a lot better over there for sure. Pick one guy to help you, do EVERYTHING he says, you'll make good power and not hurt parts. Go your own way, or skip a step, you can kill a motor in a heartbeat. Good luck and welcome to "sex in a bottle".
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    cyclone i am smart enought to know were the nozzel jets go i just dont understand the NOS instructions they are kinda hinting that there is anither jet that goes somewere but i havent ever heard of that before. I love nitrous i just have never ran a fogger setup always been a big shot under two 1050s that setup has always ran good i just hear the fogger is better.

    I have noticed the difference in the spreed of the fogger but that just due to having 8 nozzels instead of a spray bar and they call for a 1/2 pound more fuel pressure right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt k wheeler View Post
    I just bought a fogger set up from a buddy its a pro race setup but i was looking at the jet chart and dont understand this part thats at the bottom of the chart. Is there another jet that goes somewhere in these fogger setups i have never ran one before just plate setups.
    Nad any tips or pointers anyone has for me shoot them at me.

    Fuel is set as a flowing pressure through a .073 jet for the Fogger kits
    Give the Mfg a call and get as much data from them as possible

    I crew from time to time on a big inch Sonny motor with 4 stages of NOS
    each stage adds 300 hp extra
    I bet the fuel system we use costs all of 5 grand just to insure volume and pressure at all times and back up if one pump fails during a run (cheap insurance)

    Most NOS problems arise from a poor fuel system delivery set up
    We run so much NOS we have to pull timing at each stage during a run
    Like David 519 said Sex in a bottle

    Take your time and do it right the first time or don't do it at all

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    The guy that help me set up my system had me put a tee right before the fuel solenoid with a .73 nitrous jet that returns to the tank. Contstant flow so no chance of a lag in the fuel flow when you hit it
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    Thats what i was wondering depserado kinda thought thats what they were refering to because i have used a return style setup on my bigshot kits and it has worked great keeping air pockets out thats what im going to do then. I have a good fuel system all im going to run is one stage starting at 150 probably move up into the 300hp when a done. Heres what i have aeromotive a2000 fuel pump, aeromotive regulator,msd 4 stage retard box to retard whn the motors starting and pulling 4 degrees when nitrous hits,edelbrock progressive controller coming on at 10 percent and building to 50 to start out and staying on for 4 seconds. Just going to start out small at first and then lay the power down when i get this system figured out and the boat is setup perfect.

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    My deal is very similar. Product engineering Pump to two 1050s with two zex perimeter plates. I also have a progressive controller (edelbrock). Only used for fun, when I race, all motor is enough to run a good 10.0. I am still working on the prop/and set-up. So far best of 9.70 at firebird so a 9.50 is not out of the question in better water. Plan to run ME this season and maybe add some nitous next year and try to get down to a 9.0
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    You running a flat or a hydro

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt k wheeler View Post
    I just bought a fogger set up from a buddy its a pro race setup but i was looking at the jet chart and dont understand this part thats at the bottom of the chart. Is there another jet that goes somewhere in these fogger setups i have never ran one before just plate setups.
    Nad any tips or pointers anyone has for me shoot them at me.

    Fuel is set as a flowing pressure through a .073 jet for the Fogger kits
    which means you need to flow your fuel pressure with a good liquid fillled gauge through a .073 jet returned to the tank. A flow tool not a cheap 1" jegs or summit gauge. Go to inducdion solutions web sight and they sell a flow tool kit for I think $200

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    77 sanger runner bottom
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    The jet teed back to the tank is called a bleed line. You can run one but its not absolutely necessary. I've seen fuel pressure fluctuations with and without it.

    The nos instructions tend to have slightly rich tuneups in them. If you keep tweaking on their tuneup you'll probably end up with a bigger jet spread.

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