Were is the best place to spray a draw thru before
the carb or after and how many foggers
SR told us 1 at each port is the ticket ,I'm wondering if a 5th located right at the turbo discharge wouldnt help as an intercooler
I spray mine at the outlet of the turbo. Have a rayjay and putthe nitrous nozzlethru the serial plate boss. Using a fan spray type nozzle, not a foggerand only one. I put the fuel between the carb and the inlet of the turbo. Setup I got from a couple of sources on here. Has worked great so far.
So you are saying to spray the nos and fuel separetly
and not out of a fogger. from what i get from your
post is spray the gas before the turbo and the fuel
Yes they are sprayed separately using a fan spray type nozzle (not a fogger). Gas (nitrous) goes AFTER the turbo and the fuel goes BEFORE the turbo.
why do you do it that way from what I've been told that could cause fuel distribution issues
Jack, I was thinking the same thing.
I was skeptical when it was told to me, but was told by two very reliable sources to do it that way. Runs like a scalded dog when it turns on. I do not notice any bogging orhesitation when it kicks in. Using a holley blue fuel pump and set the fuel pressure at 7 psi and run same size jets, nitrous and fuel. Simple and easy way to do it (cheap too) Do see in another thread that some of the top bikes are running individual foggers at each cylinder. I don't know which is the best way but this way works and is simple.
If you spray the fuel in after the turbo you will need a fuel pump that will go above your boost level. As an example if you run 25 lbs of boost, you will need at least a 30 psi fuel pump.
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