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DRR Trophy
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Looking to buy a nitrous fogger which system has your vote. Want to send my intake to them and have plumb and flow looking to spray between 200 and 500 hp shot..
 
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I have had very good luck with induction solutions.
 
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X2!
 
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X3. Steve always does great work.
 
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Another good one: Robert Lane of Fast Lane Nitrous


Mark Goulette
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Induction Solutions awesome.


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Sadly Monte Smith is no longer with us, he was another great installer/tuner.

Jeff Prock (brother of Jimmy Prock) is also good.

Steve Johnson is perhaps one of the best when it comes to the service after the sale! He either has a spare cellphone or a couple of extra batteries to get him through the day!
 
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Induction solutions hands down.
 
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Another vote for Induction Solutions here. i have one of Steve’s plate kits and have had zero issues with it.


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For those that are running an Induction Solutions plate system, which kit are you using, they have several. Not looking for a lot of horsepower, probably 300 shot max. I am currently using an older NOS plate kit.
 
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Check out this "NEW" plate design.. The Spider..

http://www.noswizard.com/the-b...ider-plate-4500.html

Pretty creative i would say..
 
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When I was thinking about nitrous I looked at that spider plate and their other stuff. The only thing that scares me is what if the tires shake and one of those nozzles breaks off.


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Originally posted by Cashflow:
When I was thinking about nitrous I looked at that spider plate and their other stuff. The only thing that scares me is what if the tires shake and one of those nozzles breaks off.
Vern in the last 8 yrs I have only broken a few nozzles,several years back I switch to a stainless steel nozzle and all has been good.


 
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Moe,

You're running the Spider Plate with those nozzles that point down the runners? That's what I'm talking about. Port injection nozzles is a different deal I would think. Those brass nozzles hanging off that tree down into the manifold worries me.


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Nope,sorry Vern I misunderstood. I will have to go look at that plate but from the description it would not be my choice.


 
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I have had good luck with the NOS fogger kit and also the Speedtech Tech 1 with the stainless steel nozzles.


 
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