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so i have a compucar nozzle kit that ive had for years. so as long as i stay under a 150 i should be fine with a nozzle. Somebody also told me that nozzle have distribution proplems to number 7 cylinder causing it to run lean have you ever heard of this?
 

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so i have a compucar nozzle kit that ive had for years. so as long as i stay under a 150 i should be fine with a nozzle. Somebody also told me that nozzle have distribution proplems to number 7 cylinder causing it to run lean have you ever heard of this?
That is due to intake manifold design not the nozzle. I would get a nitrous outlet nozzle to replace the compucar one and start with 125 jets
 

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Plate hits harder. Nozzle has better distribution above a 62 jet
I would have said the same thing 3 weeks ago but now with the nitrous outlet lsx 92 mm plate being on 2 totally different things IDK.

The other car we have it on is jetted 225 and had picked up more than the weather should have allowed it to.

I honestly believe the nitrous outlet plate is superior to a fogger to atleast a 225 shot.
 

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I would have said the same thing 3 weeks ago but now with the nitrous outlet lsx 92 mm plate being on 2 totally different things IDK.

The other car we have it on is jetted 225 and had picked up more than the weather should have allowed it to.

I honestly believe the nitrous outlet plate is superior to a fogger to atleast a 225 shot.
OMG! Bubba is a plate guy now?
 

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The nitous outlet plate is a nice piece. I was speaking more in general terms of plates vs nozzles instead of specific plates vs specfic nozzles.

Fogger setups with a nozzle in each cylinder are obviously the best way to go and if you want a two stage you could keep the plate too. You have a progressive set up though so 1 stage should do you on the fogger.
 

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This is just general......Most people tend to spray 100-125 or less with one nozzle, plates can go from 50hp to 400hp, but most switch over to a direct port setup at the 200-250hp and up range. The main benefit for direct port is you get the exact amount of fuel and nitrous to each cylinder. You can also tune each cylinder independent.

I currently have both a nozzle and plate setup on right now. I Just switched from a HSW plate to a nitrous outlet plate......man it hits hard :) I love it.
 

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If your going to stick under 150 the nozzle will be fine. I would look at Nitrous Express Shark nozzle. Its a bad ass nozzle and I have installed several NX kits on cars/trucks. We dyno tested an NX shark nozzle and it gained 97rwhp on NX 100 jetting.
 
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