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Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 2:51 am
by Spectra1
I finally got around to finishing the hard lines on my direct port nitrous set up. Enjoy!

I installed the foggers between the divides within the split runners, I had to port the divider material back about 1 1/2 inches. Now the foggers are not inline with the air flow which should help keep things moving along.
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Here is the hard lines I just finished bending and mounting up
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Now all bolted to the motor
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Let me know what you guys think.

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:48 am
by polm
Verrrry nice! Post some drag times when you get everything running!

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:34 pm
by underscore
Nice work! Are those splitters attached to the motor at all?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:24 pm
by Spectra1
Post some drag times when you get everything running

Will do. It might be awhile before I get to that point though.

Are those splitters attached to the motor at all

No the distributor blocks are not attached to anything they just float about an inch above the block. I will probably mock up some bracket eventually.

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:30 pm
by warracer
well thats seems violent enough ! :evil:

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:13 pm
by Mafix
cool. i'm assuming your tvis plate has no center and the cylinder head is knife edged on the bridge?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:50 pm
by Spectra1
Mafix wrote:cool. i'm assuming your tvis plate has no center and the cylinder head is knife edged on the bridge?



Yes the tvis plate has been gutted and the center removed, im to cheap to just buy one of those phenolic plates :) . As for the cylinder head I have not really done a whole lot to it since I bought it from the owner that built it. There appears to be some porting work done in that area and it appeared to me to be sufficient. Do you think I need to really give it a good knife edge?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:18 pm
by Mafix
it's probabily not that critical.
and i'm also too cheap to buy and shatter another spacer. gutted tvis for me.

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:06 pm
by gt4tified
Mafix wrote:cool. i'm assuming your tvis plate has no center and the cylinder head is knife edged on the bridge?


Supplemental question....did you have to recess the splitter/bridge by cutting a "C" section back into the manifold, to accommodate for the installation of the solenoid nozzle away from the flange?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:11 pm
by Spectra1
Yes I had to port all the material out of the splitter/bridge. I did it that way so my nozzles would not disrupt air flow.

gt4tified wrote:
Mafix wrote:cool. i'm assuming your tvis plate has no center and the cylinder head is knife edged on the bridge?


Supplemental question....did you have to recess the splitter/bridge by cutting a "C" section back into the manifold, to accommodate for the installation of the solenoid nozzle away from the flange?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:46 pm
by klue
anything planned to compensate for the lean condition that intake manifold produces?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:00 am
by Spectra1
The intake manifold was made by HUX and uses the stock extrude honed runners with a larger better flowing weld on phlem. I have not run it yet on the car so I cant really comment on how well it does in regards to addressing lean conditions. I will be running exhaust temp probe in the #3 exhaust runner so that should give me some important data.

klue wrote:anything planned to compensate for the lean condition that intake manifold produces?

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:28 pm
by klue
good shit!
Eric makes quality stuff so I would expect that condition is addressed. As far as the extrude honing process goes it should technically balance the flow. I think the flow issue is in part due to the TB placement favoring 2 and 3 but I guess we will find out

good on ya
cheers

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 1:45 am
by aus jd 2703
did you ever run this?
what supporting mods have u done? ecu forged pistons anything?
what shot did you run?
been tempting to run a 50 wet shot on mine because i have a kit lying around...

Re: Finished my Direct Port Nitrous. PICS!

PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:45 am
by Spectra1
aus jd 2703 wrote:did you ever run this?
what supporting mods have u done? ecu forged pistons anything?
what shot did you run?
been tempting to run a 50 wet shot on mine because i have a kit lying around...



Not yet. The project has been moving slowly but unfortunately I will be shutting it down for the next year. Im moving to AZ for school and did not have the time to get it running yet so hopefully next summer it will be done. Supporting mods thus far include: 5s stroker crank, shot peened rods, forged pistons, apr everything, fully upgraded fuel system, FMIC, aftermarket intake and exhaust manifolds, gt35r turbo, autronic ecu, egt probe, af meter, meth injection....etc. When I finally get it running im planning on running around a 50-80 shot.