The jets from the different zex kits are different as well. the 55-75 kit is different than the 75-125 kit. So the 75 shot in both kits do not use the same jetting charts.
For zex kits you can also use jets from NX. I got my jets from ZEX, but their sizes are limited when you really want to fine tune your air/fuel via wideband. You cannot use jets from NOS, Compucar, Edlebrock, Nitrous works...ect.ect.
zex and NX meassure their jets in thousands of an inch (.017, .045). NOS measures theirs by drill size i believe, so a 32 jet is a #32 drill hole. You'll tell right away because the NOS jets are huge.
I'm assuming since there is a 100 shot nozzle in there now that I have the 75-125 setup. I ordered from Zex's site. Since I only needed 2 jets. They didn't have a choice of jets for kits so I guess they no longer sell the older style?
nitrous jets are nitrous jets. There isnt a set just for kit A or kit B. My point was that the zex kit 55-75 uses a different jetting chart than the 75-125 kit. An example of that is the 75 shot for the 55-75 kit (#82011) is .038 nitrous .032 fuel. And the 75 in the 75-125 kit ( #82015) is .040 nitrous, .043 fuel. Each kit can take whatever you want to put in there. You could have the smaller kit and add a 200 shot if you wanted.
Like i said, just trying to straighten out some facts.
I have a 1995 thunderbird with a 4.6. It is in excellent condition mechanically and under 100k miles. That said, would this thing thing be good to handle 75hp worth of spray as long as I got a good professional tune? Got a good deal on a nitrous kit and want to know. I Was thinking of...
How much hp does the stock fuelpump handle?
I did have a 100dry shot once on an all stock 97 lx but my current car is a 98lsc with exhaust and superchips tuner.
Im considering a dry zex kit again. What color wire is the signal wire from the tps?
I've been doing some reading on nitrous and thinking about running a 75 shot on the tbird. I've been looking for another affordable upgrade I can do; TFS heads, headers, etc are too expensive so I'm pretty much left with nitrous. I like the zex dry kit which I see a lot of guys here run. I don't...
Here's a short video i put togather. To show the people that havn't seen the gas work before. The actual difference it makes 0-60. I was extreamly impressed by the stuff. I did these 0-60 runs using a 75 shot.
Hey guys, I have a Sniper wet kit for my 97 4.6 cougar and I'm wanting to spray a 75 shot to it. My first question is, do I have to pull any timing out to only spray a 75? I think I only have to pull timing when spraying 100+, but I just want to make sure. My second question is does anyone know...
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