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    79410aspenrt Well-Known Member

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    I have a dual quad plate kit. I want a 50 hp shot, what jets do I need?
     
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    bremereric FMJ Body Moderator

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    Good question.
     
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    my kit is for 150-250 hp. i'm only looking to spray 50 hp and need different jets if I can spray that small of a shot with my kit?
     
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    I dont think its recommended to run less than a 75 shot with that plate. I think there is fuel distribution problems.
    NOS changed their jet chart, the old charts ran rich and were overly safe.
    Very difficult to find this info as there are so many discrepancies. Not even from manufacturer to manufacture but NOS seems to have different jet combos for the same HP ratings.
    The Cheater system can go upto 250HP shot.....hint hint:idea1:
     
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    my kit is 10 years old and the jets and hp level they say is way off. it's the cheater dual plate kit from 150-250 hp. way rich with those jets. if I remember right, 63 fuel/45 NOS for a 150 hp shot. I would have to look up
    to make sure.

    I haven't found any info that would be accurate.

    250 hp shot would be to much, that would put me in the 9's and I don't have the safety equipment or a licence to run 9's.
     
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    A 50hp tune on a dual plate would likely be something like a 16/12-16 jet. 33 is a 100hp tune IIRC. You might contact Mike at Nitrous Supply in Huntington Beach, CA for some guidance. He and Dale were founders of NOS.
     
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    Welcome aboard CrackedBack!
     
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    It would be smart to ask the people who founded NOS.
     
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    Thanks... I just got an F body for the first time. :)
     
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    Holley Tech recommends 26/26
    This will provide a 25HP shot per plate, totaling a 50HP shot.
     
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    That's a bunch better than my bad math attempt. :)
     
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    The Sneaky Pete uses 26N jet for a dry 25HP shot so 26/26 makes sense. The tech guy was stumped by my question and had to ask his coworkers for the answer.
     
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    My math wasn't the best either!

    26 NOS jets and 26 fuel jets. Now I got to buy some jets. 50 hp shot should put me in the low 10's.

    Motor is built to handle 200 shot...........stop while I'm ahead!!!!
     
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    Go 250 and let's see what happens!
     
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    i already know what will happen with a 250 shot, track manager would ban me for 2 years.

    i'm only legal till 10.0's or 135 mph and 250 would put me well into the 9's
     
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    Go 250 & tell him a Chevy guy set it up for you. We know they NEVER make mistakes! All will be forgiven!