no it will not, the RSX does not have a fuel return line. The zex representative at sema said that they will try to make a good system for the rsx...but they were having major problems for some reason.
well i've been talking to a friend of mine who has been using nitrous for a loong time...
and he told me that running a dry SINGLE shot system is way better then a wet system... he said that when you run the wet nitrous setup it leaves a puddle of gas and nitrous in the combustion camber and it kills your engine if you dont rev all the leftovers out.
lets say you used it in 1st,2nd,and 3rd gears and you put it back into neutral...theres still gas and nitrous in your combustion cambers so your engine just dies out... i mean you can start it back up.. but when it dies out like that its pretty dangerous.. also it doesnt apply the same amount of nitrous to each camber if you run a single shot
right now hes running a wet direct port 70shot in his civic hatchback and hes fast as hell
but if your running only single nozzle and like 50shot he said go with dry...
First off, I would like to say I have lots of experience with nitrous. With that said, at this time, the RSX cannot use a dry kit. The only dry kit that would work with the RSX would be the Venom, and seeing as no one has tried it yet, I'm not sure how safe that kit is either. They claim to be able to tap into the signals of the ecu to control fuel. Only thing is that most cars are created unequal, so how can a universal kit do this?
There is no way that excess n2o and fuel can be left in the combustion chamber after you let off. Regardless if you are in neutral or not. The car is still running, and will burn it off. Almost all import kits are activated by a wide open throttle switch. From the seconds after you take your foot off the pedal, the kit is off and there is no way the rpms can drop fast enough to leave any excess. You would have to turn off your car right when you let off the gas in order to leave anything behind. Now if it were push button activated, then it would be different.
Direct port is defintely the best way to go for bottle feeding. It supplies an even amount of fuel and n2o into each cylinder making it most efficent. The only downside of DP kits is that the shots are a lot bigger. Some say you can have small shots for a DP kit, but IMO it's not safe.
The size shot depends on the jets you have installed on the nozzles. The bigger the hole on the jet, the bigger the shot. In order to do a 40 shot on a DP you would have to have the nozzles jetted at a 10 shot per cylinder. I don't see how that can be accurate when you see how small the holes are. I'm sure technology has made it possible to make things very precise in the factory, but something that small can lead to a blown cylinder.
I dont think there is much of a need, yet...There is never any trouble here. No companies trying to advertise for free, no trolls, no posts that need deleting or moving.
The fact that you know about nitrous systems and post a lot here does not make you a "good" moderator. In fact I even have more posts than some of the mods and I imagine that you do as well. I think that the more salient issues for mod status is whether you are willing to make a commitment and have a genuine interest in the success of ClubRSX.
For me, I would rather play at my leisure on ClubRSX than have duties here.:spin:
That is not a particularly good advertisment for the job. A dictator is not needed (or wanted). The forums provide a venue for free thought and expression, not a structured discussion with a "controlling" overlord.
Alright, I've searched about as much as I can and haven't found an answer. From what I understand longer intake runners are better for torque, and short runners are better for hp.
I want that initial torque off the line and hp at the end. So what I'm planning on doing is put a base intake on my...