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    Edelbrock fogger, 250 shot. I have a dedicated Holley blue fuel pump & reg. Planning on using -8 fuel line up to the Y-block, then reduce down to -4 to the solenoids. Then , -6 out of the bottle to the Y-block, then reduce to -4 to the solenoids. Thoughts, Advice ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by RIVER4FUN View Post
    Edelbrock fogger, 250 shot. I have a dedicated Holley blue fuel pump & reg. Planning on using -8 fuel line up to the Y-block, then reduce down to -4 to the solenoids. Then , -6 out of the bottle to the Y-block, then reduce to -4 to the solenoids. Thoughts, Advice ??
    That's basically what I'm doing on my dual-quad setup. It's a fixed 250 shot as well. Holley blue & reg. with -8 fuel line to the solenoid and -4 to the plates, and -6 from bottle to solenoid then -4 to plates. Running a IMCO 2.5gal bullet tank.


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    Make sure you run one port on the reg as a bypass with a -3 or -4 line to keep the fuel side full. about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    Make sure you run one port on the reg as a bypass with a -3 or -4 line to keep the fuel side full. about it.
    yep, if you use the holley crap regulator and use a low pressure safety switch , you'll be goin down the track with nitrous turning off and on because of a crap regulator. run a bypass type regulator as close to the fuel solenoids as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    yep, if you use the holley crap regulator and use a low pressure safety switch , you'll be goin down the track with nitrous turning off and on because of a crap regulator. run a bypass type regulator as close to the fuel solenoids as possible.
    x2 those holley blue pumps cant keep up to the saftey switch.........switch removed and tossed over the fence.....works now
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    i've had it happen to me in my gullwing whie sprayin a 450hp 2 stage shot talk about disrupting a boat i just let outta the 2nd stage and kept the 1st stage nailed till it came back on

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    i've had it happen to me in my gullwing whie sprayin a 450hp 2 stage shot talk about disrupting a boat i just let outta the 2nd stage and kept the 1st stage nailed till it came back on
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