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Old 10-27-2011, 09:29 PM
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You should be fine with the timing running a 75 shot. The zex kit is a bit overrated when it comes to actual rwhp numbers. You'd be looking at around 50-60rwhp with the 75 shot. I would still run 1 stage colder plugs. Unless you're willing to add a stand alone fuel tank and run c16 (or similar) I wouldn't go any higher than a 100 shot on a motor that can't pull timing.

The zex kit is a good starter kit I've found, and I was happy with mine for a while, but I've upgraded from the Zex injector to the Nitrous Outlet throttlebody plate; much cleaner, and better performing. I did keep the rest of the zex kit, just upgraded the injection system. I highly advise a window switch as well to prevent pushing nitrous below 2600rpm and to prevent hitting the rev limiter while still spraying.
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