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i have listed 2 articles for you:

it doesnt say what size shot they were running but they were using a size 36 jet. if anyone can relate this number to a size shot that would be great.

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the Z's horsepower at the wheels jumped higher than a b-ball player on 'roids, increasing from 232 @ 6,246 rpm to 295 @ 6,069 rpm, while the torque went up from 223 lb-ft @ 4,787 rpm to 275 lb-ft @ 5,068 rpm using 91 octane pump gas and Edelbrock's size 36 stainless jets. But this setup has more potential. Before our visit, Edelbrock filled the 350Z with 100 octane 76 Cool Blue unleaded race fuel, bumping up the pony power to 354 @ 5,463 rpm with 344 lb-ft of torque @ 5,275 rpm.



Article 1:
http://www.superstreetonline.com/techartic...350z/index.html

Article 2:
http://www.turbomagazine.com/tech/0409tur_edelbrock350z
 

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bottles are for babies! just kidding will you please stop talking about it and buy that freakin' kit already. I have some free time next week if you want help installing it

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Originally posted by JTS2005@Jul 15 2005, 01:47 AM
well what do you all think of this kit compared to the NX kit?
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I know Edelbrock makes solid stuff. My only doubts about it is the fact that it is a dry kit. I'm not claiming to know very much about N2O, but from what I have read it seems that the wet kit is a much safer way to go. :dunno:
 

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I am not sure how Edelbrock measures their jets, but a 36 should be approximately 50hp.

Looks like they got some good results out of their Z, but the one thing I didn't understand was how they got another 59hp out of the car just by changing to 100 octane fuel. I have never seen or heard of that much gain just from a fuel, did I miss something in the article?
 

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Always heard wet shots are safer, i'd go with NX (seems to be the most popular setup from the success others have had with it).
 

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Originally posted by jinxxycat@Jul 15 2005, 08:22 AM
Impressive Gains, Jaysen you doing this??? :OMG:
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Maybe MUHAHAHAHA

if anything i will be going with NX :thumbsup:
 
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