Glad to see you made it back ok and are fixing that slow *** ///M of yours! Hope it turns out like you want and as with all the others watching this, I will be interested to see the final results. Good luck and take care.
I would have some serious concerns about uneven mixture distribution with the single nozzle.
You will probably either have to sacrifice maximum power or grenade your engine.
There are two nozzles not a single nozzle. Each nozzle injects both E85 & nitrous. I don't want "maximum power" as this system is capable of 300 HP & I've jetted for only 150 additional. Unless you have experience of an NX wet nitrous system that will actually "grenade an engine", please reserve your doomsday predictions for after the re-election of obama.
Some "wet" system facts;
"If you have investigated Nitrous Express at all you will notice we manufacture no street oriented “DRY” nitrous systems. There is a very good reason for this, they are bad news and guaranteed to damage engine parts. Why you ask? Every intake manifold made, either by the factory or the aftermarket is a compromise. No two cylinders get the same amount of air. Try as they might even the best sheet metal race intakes flow differently across all cylinders. When dry nitrous is introduced into the intake air stream of any intake manifold every cylinder will get a different amount of nitrous. Some will get more, and some will get less. Now, where does the fuel come from to utilize this nitrous? It comes from the stock injectors. Being an inanimate piece of hardware all it knows to do is introduce a predetermined amount of fuel into the cylinder that the ECM tells it to. This is without regard to how much nitrous actually got to the cylinder. Therefore every cylinder will be either rich or lean, but none will have the correct air/fuel ratio. Depending on how far this ratio is off will determine how much damage is going to happen to this cylinder. Very small amounts of nitrous can be successfully introduced without damage but the resulting imbalance of nitrous/fuel is always harmful to the engine.
The proponents of “DRY” nitrous systems claim that modern intake manifolds were not designed to flow fuel therefore they cannot. What a load of crap! The air speed inside of an intake manifold operating at wide-open throttle is more than the speed of sound, 750 MPH give or take. When properly atomized fuel is introduced into the intake stream it will follow the airflow, it would be impossible for this atomized fuel to condense into a liquid and form a “Puddle” anywhere in the manifold. The key to wet technology is complete atomization of the incoming fuel charge. Some nozzles on the market today will actually drip liquid gasoline off the tip when operating, if you use this type of flawed design on a wet system trouble will surely result. The patented NX nozzle designs will fully atomize all fuel before it leaves the nozzle body, therefore guaranteeing that no un-atomized fuel with enter the air stream. Another seldom talked about advantage of wet systems is the tremendous increase in torque compared to a dry kit. The superior atomization of the wet systems allows a complete burn of all fuel present in the combustion chamber resulting in tremendous torque production. Often a wet system will produce 50% more torque than a comparable “Dry” kit. You should all know by now that torque is what propels your vehicle forward and nothing does it better than a wet nitrous system."
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Today I got the fuel pump relay kit installed and the fuel pump running. Also installed/wired the master system switch and purge valve switch under the dash and ran all grounds, hot leads, and wiring to the solenoids from the progressive controller. The fuel system would work if I filled the 1 gallon tank with E85 and the purge system would work if I had the tank filled. All I have to connect yet is from the progressive controller to the "TPS Signal" wire & it's operational. I have a Sprintbooster installed and I know there's a TPS signal wire there.
I'm going to operate the system based on throttle position. That'll enable:
"Throttle percentage progression: This option allows you to “pedal” the car in the event of wheel spin. Nitrous flow smoothly increases and decreases as you “work” the throttle, allowing you to regain traction and continue racing. This is very beneficial to road race and drifting vehicles. The throttle percentage feature is also beneficial for street cars because it allows you to introduce a small amount of nitrous at mid throttle while smoothly transitioning to full nitrous power as you press the throttle to the floor. The feeling is like driving a car with twice the cubic inches."
This will be a great way to control the nitrous with the manual transmission as when I release the throttle on shifts the nitrous/E85 flow will decrease.
Here's a link to the progressive controller details/instructions: