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Old 03-19-2006, 06:14 AM   #1
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Default ColdFusion install for Anti-Lag


I have just about got all the parts together in order to install nitrous as Anti-Lag.

My MY98 WRX cranks out 360hp but doesnt come on boost until around 3500rpm.

So, in order to aid spool and reduce the lag times I will inject nitrous at 2500rpm (via window switch) with a pressure switch to shut off the supply when a predetermined boost level is reached.

I would like to have the fogger nozzle placed in the IC, underneath, at the TB side. If I do this then I will have to take the IC off each time to change jets.

Is there any way of moving the jets from the fogger and placing them directly after the soleniods? before the supply lines. If Im correct this will allow me to run smaller jets as the flow will be better controlled.

Only looking at 25hp or below with no intention of running nitrous for power reasons (famous last words).

Thanks for any help/guidance.
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