i had the zex kit on a car i owned a long time ago, i can say honestly that i really didint care for it. Pain in the ass to take the bottle in & out when you use it and then getting it refilled, etc etc. this is just my opinion!
Any other opinions? (and thanks jaysen and andy for yours) I would leave it in my car so taking it in and out wouldnt be a problem. I would probably pit it in the stock sub location. Like how safe would running a small 75 shot be? I do like going to the 1/4 mile track with it too so I do like dragging it and its cool to have the power on tap when you need it.
i ran a 75 shot on my integra type R which had a higher compression (10.6:1 ) than the GSR model and i had no problems. i know people told me that the compresion was hihg and to be careful of detonation, so i dont think it would be a probelm at all. the real problem comes down to the over abuse of nitrous.
I have a Zex dry kit on my integra, and have had no problems. I'm not a big fan of NX and other wet single fogger kits...I don't like the idea of spraying fuel through my intake and TB. Not to mention the fact that a dry kit allows you to place the nozzle farther away from the TB, allowing for better mixture with the intake charge. Direct port wet kits, however, are another story. If you want an all out nitrous car or to run a big shot, that's the way to go.
i like my nitrous =O i say do it... but you wont be very impressed with a 75 shot just go straight to a 100 shot. also a window switch is a good idea to make it spray between 3 and 6k rpms but unless you spend a bit more and get the digital one you will have to send it in to get modified.
also a better place to put your nitrous is the spare tire well... thats where i have mine located next to my sub box but i have since taken all that out and am working on fiberglassing something that will hold my sub and my bottle maybe two bottles lol... but im not sure yet
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