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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-06-2004, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
 
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Is this the correct Zex kit?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=2478925429


I cannot wait till August 1st. That is purchase day!

Does anyone have this kit?

Thanks

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That would be the recomended system.

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Recommended?, is there another one?
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about how much does it cost to refill a 10 lb botle of nos
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Looks right to me.
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The cost of nitrous depends on what the "going rate" in your area is. Normal price here is $10 per pound
I pay $5 a pound and that is at someone's cost.
Some places in the lower 48 charge as low as like $2.50lb, but it just varies.

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Ouch...never realized it was so expensive.

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post #7 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-07-2004, 07:45 AM
 
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its about $4 a pound here.. you only have to fully fill it once..
when you get the tank, its empty..
after the pressure drops to the point where it is no longer effective, you fill it.. the tank isnt empty at that point. you may have a pound or 2 in there yet.. depends on your setup.. bottle heater etc...
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Well.....I just lined up a Used Zex kit and NOS purge kit for 325 shipped. I cannot wait

But I still have about a month or two before I can safely use it.....I gotta upgrade the fuel system next and add 24# injectors and a new Chip........


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Great to hear.
Sounds like you got a good deal too.

If you can't find a used heater, I'd recommend this one http://www.speedshop.org/store/scrip...p?idproduct=17

Really good price, and their products are great.

Also you will want a pressure gauge,
http://www.nitrodaves.com/outlet/pro...1&section_id=3

either the 2nd one, which comes w/ the manifold you need, or get the top one for $17 cheaper, and I have an extra manifold you could have.

Also you could test it out with a smaller shot if you wanted to. I ran a 60 wet shot on an n/a tune (advanced timing etc...), stock fuel pump and everything was fine.

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Normal price here is $3.50 a lb. I get it for $3 a lb.
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