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 Post subject: Saxo vts install
PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:38 am 
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Heres a few pics of my saxo vts nitrous install, let me know what you all think! :cheers:

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:13 am 
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neat install, hope to see you at the pod

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neat install

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1) You'd probably benefit from rotating the Crossfire injector between 20 and 70 degrees, depending on static test results.

2) You need some WON stickers for the Pulsoids and bottle - send us your postal details by email (wizard@noswizard.com) and say the wizard told you to ask for bottle and Pulsoid stickers, then one of my team will send them out to you FOC.

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Thanks for the comments, what would rotating the injector do please, just aim it in the inlet a diferent angle to optimise performance?? I will get you my details for the stickers trevor, thank you.


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Distribution can sometimes be improved by aiming the nitrous to flow round the pipe rather than directly down the pipe.

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Sorry Trevor im not really understanding what you mean by that last comment, please can you explain im a nitrous virgin atm!! Do you mean something to do with my nitrous and fuel lines being straight infront of the injector?


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Nice to see another vts install.

im running a vts lump in mine, what jets you running. and what other mods you done on your vts

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Sorry Trevor im not really understanding what you mean by that last comment, please can you explain im a nitrous virgin atm!! Do you mean something to do with my nitrous and fuel lines being straight infront of the injector?

Trev is referring to the votex effect of your nitrous and fuel mix flowing into the inlet manifold, nothing to do with your lines they are fine :D

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Sam_Ax wrote:
Nice to see another vts install.

im running a vts lump in mine, what jets you running. and what other mods you done on your vts

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Cheers Sam, im running a 100 nitrous and a 40 fuel at the moment, picks up and pulls very well although i think my bottle pressure is still quite low and would benefit from a bottle heater., my other modifications include a 4-2-1 raceland mani, de-cat and full system, carbon enclosed induction and a p+p throttle body and most importantly my won kit!!! What power and jetting have you got in yours? Is it a j4 or a jp4 lump?


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BMW840 wrote:
chris84 wrote:
Sorry Trevor im not really understanding what you mean by that last comment, please can you explain im a nitrous virgin atm!! Do you mean something to do with my nitrous and fuel lines being straight infront of the injector?

Trev is referring to the votex effect of your nitrous and fuel mix flowing into the inlet manifold, nothing to do with your lines they are fine :D



So turning the injector slightly would alter the 90 degree path the nitrous and fuel has to navigate when it is hitting my induction pipe currently improving performance perhaps?


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correct :yes:
did you see the times Sam is running in his AX, stunning 8)

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BMW840 wrote:
correct :yes:
did you see the times Sam is running in his AX, stunning 8)


Yes i did, it would put mine to shame!! :tard: Whilst doing some testing earlier my eml light came on tonight, im getting my mate to put it on his machine tommorow and im hoping its just a faulty manifold lambda. Do you have any ideas what it might be? The car is still running spot on so im not sure, bit of a set back and a pain as its only been 2 days!!


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If you're running rich, that will trigger alarms in the engine management. My bimmer goes into limp home mode when my NOS runs low, so thats when I know I need to swap bottles :omgrofl:
Usely clears just by restarting the engine :yes:

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BMW840 wrote:
If you're running rich, that will trigger alarms in the engine management. My bimmer goes into limp home mode when my NOS runs low, so thats when I know I need to swap bottles :omgrofl:
Usely clears just by restarting the engine :yes:



I used it last night with 100 nitrous jet and 50 fuel and the light was not on then but the car was bogging slightly so thats why i put the 40 fuel jet in today and first run it came on and has stayed on!!! Hopfully it will be something cheap, i will find out tommorow.


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apart from the light, is it running ok?

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chris84 wrote:
Sam_Ax wrote:
Nice to see another vts install.

im running a vts lump in mine, what jets you running. and what other mods you done on your vts

:yes:


Cheers Sam, im running a 100 nitrous and a 40 fuel at the moment, picks up and pulls very well although i think my bottle pressure is still quite low and would benefit from a bottle heater., my other modifications include a 4-2-1 raceland mani, de-cat and full system, carbon enclosed induction and a p+p throttle body and most importantly my won kit!!! What power and jetting have you got in yours? Is it a j4 or a jp4 lump?


Im running a j4
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raceland 4-2-1 mani
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im running a 75bhp shot. 150nos jet and 70fuel on a maximser controller

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BMW840 wrote:
apart from the light, is it running ok?


Yes mate spot on, ive tried turning it off for a while etc but it is staying on. It is idling fine and drives the same off nitrous so im a bit confused :? . Possibly because of running it rich with low bottle pressure. Ive had the eml light come on and stay on around 10mnths ago because of shitty petrol from a little garage in the middle of no where, i had it put on the machine and knocked off and it was fine and didnt come back on untill now!


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chris84 wrote:
Sam_Ax wrote:
Nice to see another vts install.

im running a vts lump in mine, what jets you running. and what other mods you done on your vts

:yes:


Cheers Sam, im running a 100 nitrous and a 40 fuel at the moment, picks up and pulls very well although i think my bottle pressure is still quite low and would benefit from a bottle heater., my other modifications include a 4-2-1 raceland mani, de-cat and full system, carbon enclosed induction and a p+p throttle body and most importantly my won kit!!! What power and jetting have you got in yours? Is it a j4 or a jp4 lump?


Im running a j4
Newman ph3 cams
raceland 4-2-1 mani
port n polished head
Preditor ECU apped for mod

im running a 75bhp shot. 150nos jet and 70fuel on a maximser controller


Good spec mate no wonder it fly's!! Thats alot to be putting on standard internals on nitrous, must be around 230bhp at full power! Are you on sax-p?


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hey sam
point chris to that vid of you and the skyline ,i love that run :mrgreen:

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found it...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlflaUr2vVM :beatstick:

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hopefully not to long till photobucket is back up, really want to see your pics! been thinking of getting another WoN kit to stick in my Saxo VTS aswell


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Well done Ted!!

I had forgotten about Sams Triumph on that day last year... You want to know something funny?

I just called my Son into my room to watch that vid and we both started shouting "Come on Sam" as he started to reel the skyline in to the finish line..

Well done Sam... :)

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mgbv8 wrote:
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Well done Ted!!

I had forgotten about Sams Triumph on that day last year... You want to know something funny?

I just called my Son into my room to watch that vid and we both started shouting "Come on Sam" as he started to reel the skyline in to the finish line..

Well done Sam... :)


:) thanks i do love that vid the camera angle was set just right luckly. that was only on a 50shot to. cant wait till the end of this mounth so i can do it all again :twisted:

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Great video sam, would love to be passanger on the 1/4/ mile!! Just ordered my bottle heater and a guage today so hopefully will be seeing better results soon, also getting my car on the diagnostics machine tonight to see why my eml is on, hoping its just due to overfuling and nothing serious!


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Brilliant video :yes:


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