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Looks good!!


now polish those headlights!
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That is cool. It would have been cooler if it could come out from around the bird spraying horizonal. The headlights if you clean them for 5 minuites each with meguires #2 wax and polish them for 15 minuites each with meguires #3 they will look almsot as good as new.
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That is cool. It would have been cooler if it could come out from around the bird spraying horizonal. The headlights if you clean them for 5 minuites each with meguires #2 wax and polish them for 15 minuites each with meguires #3 they will look almsot as good as new.
The purge.....I wanted something a bit different than others on here, several people have that set-up

The headlights are cracked a bit, which allows water in and blows my bulbs sometimes. Why polish em if my new ones coming from ebay 125 shipped.....

Thanks For comments though.

Purge will be re-done sometime soon, as I wanna lose the dual purge outlet. It uses way too much gas.

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Purge will be re-done sometime soon, as I wanna lose the dual purge outlet. It uses way too much gas.

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dave, i think if you got them to both purge at the same time, you would use much less nitrous. like run both lines to the middle of the cowl and then back to each corner of the cowl. the way you got it right now, one line is purging a ton of nitrous before the other line even gets any. i think i'm gonna go with the purge in the grill. cuz i dont want to drill holes in my cowl. i'm just trying to figure out how i'm gonna secure the line so it doesnt blow back behind the grill under preasure. also can you buy extra purge line at autozone?

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like run both lines to the middle of the cowl and then back to each corner of the cowl.

I hear what your saying but imo that would still be too much gas. I am gonna go to more thin lines and only one of them, but use maybe a V nozzle to get the effect, I have now, on a smaller scale.

And no they don't have purge lines at autozone. Go to a hardware store. or Home Depot.

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I hear what your saying but imo that would still be too much gas. I am gonna go to more thin lines and only one of them, but use maybe a V nozzle to get the effect, I have now, on a smaller scale.
I've seen a kit that was designed for just giving the purge effect. It's the bottle and purge solenoid with all the tubing. No controller box since it wasn't designed to actually spray nos into your engine. Someone will buy it and spend the 45 bucks to fill the tank just so they can go around purging at red lights.

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I've seen a kit that was designed for just giving the purge effect. It's the bottle and purge solenoid with all the tubing. No controller box since it wasn't designed to actually spray nos into your engine. Someone will buy it and spend the 45 bucks to fill the tank just so they can go around purging at red lights.
It's a CO2 system, I have seen em for like 200 bucks. Stupid IMO

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I'm not that bad, but I do go through the bottle rather quickly. That's why I need to reduce the lines size.

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It's a CO2 system, I have seen em for like 200 bucks. Stupid IMO

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Actually this uses nitrous: http://www.powerandperformancenews.c...ory_Code=SPURG
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I'm jealous.....

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Got a shot of where you installed the purge kit. My Zex box is mounted right under where you put your purge.

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Here is the purge line. It's hard line that came with the kit. NOS brand solenoid.


Here is the overall setup. I bent a piece of metal and drilled a couple of holes. Mounted it to one of the 3 shock bolts. Its sturdy but I want to make one more bracket to secure the back.


Still need to add a loom to cover the power wires and I might shorten the nozzle line someday. For now it works so I'll leave it.

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I don't get it. Are you guys just using the purge to look cool or scare away slower cars ?

All you need is to purge it enough to fill the lines with liquid. As soon as you can see the nitrous fog your done. Anything else is just showing off and wasting nitrous.

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Yeah, sounds like a lot of it going into the atmosphere for3.50-5.00 bucks a pound.

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I usualy just flip the switch during my burnout to purge the line during the first run of the day. Seems to do the trick.

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Obviously those shots were taken for the benefit of taking pics. What would be the point of taking purge pics that show no "purge"?

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i figured i'd go ahead and add mine to this thread.

i'm not trying to look cool or scare anyone. just having fun with it

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DM, the link doesn't work.
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