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Sprayin coblat?
Saturday, July 07, 2007 10:36 PM
I have a 05 5speed cobalt with the 2.2 and i got a dry-shot kit for free from my one friend and i figured hell and that i should try it out. What all should i do to run this setup at the track this wednesday? I was going to use 92 octane and i have srt-4 plugs installed already. Any help is greatly appreciated


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Re: Sprayin coblat?
Wednesday, July 11, 2007 12:38 PM
you can run up to 80 shot dry, but make sure you run 1 tank of high test 92 or higher before the tank at the track, also a good fuel injector cleaner with octane booster, i used nx nitro booster, it raises 60 points. and just keep it floored you have stick so if you do not have a full throttle switch you need to burn only when to the floor. good luck!!
Re: Sprayin coblat?
Sunday, July 15, 2007 2:21 PM
what all would i need for a full kit?


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Re: Sprayin coblat?
Wednesday, July 25, 2007 4:17 PM
brad eisenhauer wrote:

you can run up to 80 shot dry, but make sure you run 1 tank of high test 92 or higher before the tank at the track, also a good fuel injector cleaner with octane booster, i used nx nitro booster, it raises 60 points. and just keep it floored you have stick so if you do not have a full throttle switch you need to burn only when to the floor. good luck!!


Octane isn't going to really be his big worry...

What SHOULD be the worry is that you're not spraying fuel along with nitrous oxide, which is BAD. Do not install it, get a Wet Kit or add to the kit you have now.



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Re: Sprayin coblat?
Friday, July 27, 2007 9:14 PM
i have an adjustable fpr and a rising rate fpr. i will most likely use the adjustable one for the nitrous setup til i get my turbo on and then ill use the rising rate one


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Re: Sprayin coblat?
Saturday, July 28, 2007 2:11 PM
Dom J wrote:

i have an adjustable fpr and a rising rate fpr. i will most likely use the adjustable one for the nitrous setup til i get my turbo on and then ill use the rising rate one


There is 4 things that I see wrong with this post...

1. Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulators raise the fuel pressure for ALL driving conditions, not just during wide open throttle. It's really kind of a non accurate way to fuel tune especially because too low fuel pressure can cause lean condition and too high fuel pressure can cause extreme lean conditions on top of causing possible fuel injector damage. Remember fuel injectors are rated at a certain fuel pressure which they are supposed to stay around.

2. Rising Rate Fuel Pressure regulators will raise fuel pressure according to raised manifold pressure. Nitrous isn't compressed air, hence, it won't raise your fuel pressure.

3. You would have to use 1 or the other. You can't have both because they both do the same thing, they restrict the return line off the fuel rail.

4. Most importantly...you CAN NOT physically use either because you have a return-less fuel system...hence...you have no return line and your fuel rail fuel pressure is controlled by a valve in your fuel tank.



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