I currently have a pro shot fogger, setup with two solenoids per side; one fuel, one nitrous.
Is there any reason not to use one of the higher horsepower rated solenoids and only use one fuel and one nitrous solenoid to feed the whole system? I am about to order a new pair of Super Pro Shot solenoids, supposedly rated at 400hp each. Since I won't spray near that capacity, wouldn't my needs be met by one of NOS's 600 hp solenoids, provided I don't spray that much? Say, a 400 shot total?
I am thinking about ONE of these nitrous solenoids failing and leaving one working, causing a serious unbalance of horsepower on one side of the engine, the results of which would NOT be pretty!
Having only one fuel and one nitrous solenoid feeding both seems like a safer way to do this.
Thoughts, comments and criticism welcome.