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Anyone use this purge kit????

just wondering how the quality is and how well it holds up to the elements, engine heat, etc. after a few months or more worth of use. Purge Kit

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Seems like a great deal and the parts are the same as NOS uses. Remember all the nitrous parts (solenoids,tanks,lines etc.) come from CO2 suppliers. I like the twin outlet kit for 12 bucks.

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Seems like a great deal and the parts are the same as NOS uses. Remember all the nitrous parts (solenoids,tanks,lines etc.) come from CO2 suppliers. I like the twin outlet kit for 12 bucks.

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yea i saw that twin outlet thing but i think i'm actually gonna be going with just the one purge line. probably out the front like you or one right in the middle of the cowl.

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Honestly, I don't think it really matters what purge kit you buy, they all seem to be okay. For the price, that one looks really good.

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Frank, I was looking at that kit also when I was buying mine. Good buy, but, the owner of the company sells the same product on ebay, usually 10-15 dollars cheaper.

Type in Nitrous Purge and if he has any in his current auctions you'll find a better price there.

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i bought the twin outletpurge kit non master blaster version and i wouldnt recomend it....the product is fine but if you go with the twin outlets you need a higher pressure solenoid (ie mastewr blaster) other than that the products is good....if you want twin outlets just go down to a hardware store and you can but the same pieces for 2 or 3 $ to make a twin outlet. Go with the master blaster version though.

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yea i saw his kits on ebay but i wasnt able to find any with the master blaster solenoid and thats the one i want. $89 isn't to bad considering the zex purge kit is $119. I should be ordering the nitrous kit, heater and purge along with all the stuff for my gear install and a tune up in about 2 weeks. october should be fun. i'm hoping to skip 14's all together and go from a 15.008 to 13.xxx.

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I went from a low 15 to a 13.8 with street tires when i installed my N2O and othert bolt ons

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I have that kit. They are my local dyno shop. They also have a supply truck that heads to the local track on weekdays and sells their parts. They have some pretty inovated stuff. I'm happy with there kit and you cant beat the price. Basically all kits are just a basic n20 solenoid, just to function to bleed the lines. I got mine for $55 bucks brand new and total with shipping was $62 and it was at my door in one day. I like how they give you flexible hose to put the purge almost anywhere. You can kinda see the purge on my kit in the pics, and you can see where i placed the nozzle in my cowl.



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I have that kit. They are my local dyno shop. They also have a supply truck that heads to the local track on weekdays and sells their parts. They have some pretty inovated stuff. I'm happy with there kit and you cant beat the price. Basically all kits are just a basic n20 solenoid, just to function to bleed the lines. I got mine for $55 bucks brand new and total with shipping was $62 and it was at my door in one day. I like how they give you flexible hose to put the purge almost anywhere. You can kinda see the purge on my kit in the pics, and you can see where i placed the nozzle in my cowl.



do you use the mater blaster purge kit or the regular purge kit? i went to order the master blaster today and it was out of stock. so i gotta wiat a couple of weeks for him to get it back in. i'm just wondering if i should just buy the regular purge kit.

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i use the reg one. works good enough for me. I dont use it for shows or anything, just for the function of bleeding the lines at the track. The only difference is that one solenoid is a little larger, for more flow.
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Wait for the larger one Frank.


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i just put my order in to summit racing. gotta love the summit speed card, same as cash for a year. i got the zex dry kit (82015), bottle preasure gauge (82005), bottle heater (82006), and i also ordered aq nos purge valve. the zex purge was like $20 more than the nos purge and i'm really impatient so i couldnt wait for the one from dynotune one either.

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I run the standard kit from them along with the dual outlet piece. Works great. I also bought a few other things from them. Very good company.

What I recommend is to use copper tubing for your purge lines, unless you can get by with that real hard plastic tubing like the Speed Shop provides. Otherwise it has a tendency to crack, burst, or clog up while purging (course this could just be because I have a leak somewhere though).

Good luck with your install




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i just put my order in to summit racing. gotta love the summit speed card, same as cash for a year. i got the zex dry kit (82015), bottle preasure gauge (82005), bottle heater (82006), and i also ordered aq nos purge valve. the zex purge was like $20 more than the nos purge and i'm really impatient so i couldnt wait for the one from dynotune one either.Frank
Congrats man.......It was cool being the fastest while it lasted, guess I'll have to wait for the PnP and Comp Cams....

If you need help let me know.

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It was cool being the fastest while it lasted
i dont know if you could stake that claim yet. you still gotta beat mccormack, reppucci and jay. haha.

i'll let you know if i need any help.

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I meant outta me you and jay.

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NITROS TO THE MOTOR WITH JUST THE KIT BY BUY THE RIGHT PARTS?? ARE THE 10# BOTTLES THE SAME FOR MOTOR / ALL THAT YOU NEED WOULD BE THE ADDED PARTS??
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Could you please retype that? I kind of understand it, but not sure....

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Could you please retype that? I kind of understand it, but not sure....


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Talking Bought A Purge Kit With 10# Bottle

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NITROS TO THE MOTOR WITH JUST THE KIT BY BUY THE RIGHT PARTS?? ARE THE 10# BOTTLES THE SAME FOR MOTOR / ALL THAT YOU NEED WOULD BE THE ADDED PARTS??
.... CAN I HOOK UP A NITROS SYSTEM FOR THE MOTOR ??? BY GETTING THE RIGHT LINES NOSSLES,ETC IS THE BOTTLE OK FOR THIS USE? RATHER THAN JUST PURGING THE NITROUS FOR SHOWING OFF?
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Yes you can, Zex Dry Kit for Mustang GT Years 89-93 and 96-98.

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You can by all the individual parts you need here - http://www.speedshop.org/store/Scripts/default.asp

solenoids, nozzle, lines, etc...

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