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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-12-2017, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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How much hp does the stock fuelpump handle?
I did have a 100dry shot once on an all stock 97 lx but my current mn12 is a 94lx with some bolt ons and i dont know if it has the same size fuelpump as a 97..
Also rather than dropping the exhaust and driveshaft can i take outthe rear bench and cut a hole in floor to access the fuel pump and just weld it back in spot, or i think id make an access door to it for the future.
Im considering a dry zex kit again. What color wire is the signal wire from the tps?

I WANT TO TRADE a 75mm throttlebody and exremly ported vic plenum and a set of 24lb injectors FOR a pi intake and alternator bracket and hopefully valleytube and nipple, pm me!!!
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How are you programming for the extra fuel on a dry kit?

I have an old school NOS brand wet kit I just removed from the Toyota. I need to sell it.

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How are you programming for the extra fuel on a dry kit?

I have an old school NOS brand wet kit I just removed from the Toyota. I need to sell it.

Al
I would get a tune..
I ran my other car and kit for about 10 bottles then sold the car, all i did was put in copper plugs and i never had an issue.
On my current car i would if i had to do the fuelpump but forshur plugs,24s and a tune.
The zex kit had a control box. I think it did change things enough to make it safe. I also wont run a wet kit, too much hassle and when a failure happens it likes to pop.
My cash is tight as of now but i have some good parts to trade..although a wetkit scares me.

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I'd be more scared with a dry kit. Other than fooling the fuel mixtures by blowing the NO2 onto the intake air temp sensor in the inlet, what triggers the ECM to give more fuel?

From what I know, ZEX makes a really nice wet kit. If I put nitrous on a modular motor today, that is the kit that I would use. It monitors the fuel that is available and mixes the ratio of nitrous accordingly.

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How much hp does the stock fuelpump handle?
I did have a 100dry shot once on an all stock 97 lx but my current mn12 is a 94lx with some bolt ons and i dont know if it has the same size fuelpump as a 97..
Also rather than dropping the exhaust and driveshaft can i take outthe rear bench and cut a hole in floor to access the fuel pump and just weld it back in spot, or i think id make an access door to it for the future.
Yes you can. The easiest way to fabricate a panel is to go to the JY and cut one out of a car slightly bigger than the hole you need to access the fuel pump.
That's what I did.

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