Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure! - Page 2 - Nitrous Oxide Forum

Forum Post / Reply
You must log in before you can post or reply to messages.
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Monday, November 29, 2004 9:02 PM
john h wrote:

what psi should the ecotec be at?


Does anyone know? <br>


Notice to all employees.
Due to lack of funding we are forced to turn off the light at the end of the tunnel.

Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Sunday, January 09, 2005 4:10 PM
or how about a 2200, and would a regular fuel pressure gauge be fine to see what fuel pressure the car is running at? <br>


Re: <b>Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!</b>
Sunday, February 06, 2005 7:58 PM
For everyone with the 2200 wanting to know the fuel pressure I have a haynes that is pretty vague but it says 41-47..


http://registry.gmenthusiast.com/images/importkilla32/Bullit.JPG
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Tuesday, March 22, 2005 7:07 PM
Inferno wrote:

john h wrote:

what psi should the ecotec be at?


Does anyone know?


I too would like to know this, it will help once my setup is complete.....



Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Wednesday, May 11, 2005 11:07 PM
I got an 04 ecotec and im running a 100 shot wet kit with only new plugs nothing else and it was fine.
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Tuesday, May 31, 2005 7:25 AM
KOEO 345-414kpa (50-60psi) I will check at idle and at WOT. Soon . 04 2.2 eco.
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Friday, August 05, 2005 9:49 PM
Ok i put in my Autometer Fuel PRessure guage the other day on my ecotec... When the stock FPR has vacum (at idle only when the throttle plate is closed) the ecotec gets 50psi.

When you are on the gas it gets 60psi.

So ecotecs run 60psi static, my car is a 04 with 30,000 miles. I also put in a FMU so my FP rises to about 65-70psi under boost. Reason im posting is because im going to be the guinnee pig for Ecotecs running Boost AND nitrous. (6psi and 35-50 wet shot)

Keep it safe, keep it rich.

-Ben


<img src="http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/3/web/831000-831999/831395_11_full.jpg">

Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Thursday, February 02, 2006 4:58 AM
on nitrous kits isnt there a fuel pressure cut off switch? I could've sworn there was...if so then how could this be an issue?

Also couldn't this be avoided as well by just running a wet nitrous kit on an engine that isn't worn?



Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Sunday, February 05, 2006 9:51 AM
Hybridcav wrote:

My WOT is almost 60psi and idle is at 50-55


see, this sounds good, and not too high. when i had my 91 3.1 z24, idle psi was MIN IMUM 38 psi! (techs said).i was working at a gm dealership and the techs said they would like to see 50 psi WOT, instead of the 43 psi i was getting......along with a signifigant bog. ok, like 10+ yrs ago 40 psi wasnt even necessarily high enuff. just food for thought...


mecp certified installer#39272

Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 7:28 AM
hstylez wrote:

or how about a 2200, and would a regular fuel pressure gauge be fine to see what fuel pressure the car is running at? <br>


bump bump ?? if i get an autometer fuel pressure guage would tha tbe cool? do you check your fuel pressure everytime you spray? or is it a one time thing??




Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Tuesday, May 23, 2006 10:18 AM
i like my nitrous like i like my women, wet!!



fully built 2200-TO4E T3/T4-HP tuners-373hp @18psi

Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Thursday, May 25, 2006 2:44 PM
KavyKidLN2 wrote:

i like my nitrous like i like my women, wet!!


haha clever, but so true
i feel ya


http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2208703
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Thursday, September 14, 2006 6:26 AM
okay so what would be the ideal fuel pressure for a 2.4 lets say a 25 shot and a 100 shot? what should i adjust it too?
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Friday, February 09, 2007 12:04 PM
I have a 05 cav and I put about a 90hp shot of nitrous. It had 2 good runs and on the 3rd one I blew the top off of my number 2 cycl. I popped the hood and noticed that the hose from the fuel pressure reg to the nmu (nitrous management unit) had came off. so I was way too lean and stuff got hot and broke. But to my understanding at wot the fuel pressure reg is at 0 vacc anyway so what dose the nmu do to the fuel press reg.
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Saturday, December 01, 2007 6:50 PM
J R wrote:

KOEO 345-414kpa (50-60psi) I will check at idle and at WOT. Soon . 04 2.2 eco.



are you sure this is right..

i got a 04 eco sunfire..

i'm measure the preasure at the rubber line in the back... vs ... ??? where you did it???

at idle im at 62-64 and at WOT.. it pretty much stays the same..

THATS STOCK!!!

now is that completly wrong.. or is my gauge/ sensor bad?

running a glowshift fuel preasure gauge..

nittrous is my next step on my build..... also

dry shot is trough the intake and wet is through the injectors? or is it the otherway around...????
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Wednesday, April 08, 2009 12:55 PM
brian gawlik wrote:

J R wrote:

KOEO 345-414kpa (50-60psi) I will check at idle and at WOT. Soon . 04 2.2 eco.



are you sure this is right..

i got a 04 eco sunfire..

i'm measure the preasure at the rubber line in the back... vs ... ??? where you did it???

at idle im at 62-64 and at WOT.. it pretty much stays the same..

THATS STOCK!!!

now is that completly wrong.. or is my gauge/ sensor bad?

running a glowshift fuel preasure gauge..

nittrous is my next step on my build..... also

dry shot is trough the intake and wet is through the injectors? or is it the otherway around...????




Yes thats correct dry is thru the intake and wet is thru the injectors
Re: Got NOS? Check your fuel pressure!
Monday, August 02, 2010 11:15 AM
uh... what? Please dont give advice. Dry nitrous systems ( ) only inject nitrous and use the injectors to add more fuel in one way or another. Wet nitrous systems ( ) supply fuel and nitrous seperate from the factory injectors ....


Remember... One test is worth a thousand expert opinions.
Forum Post / Reply
You must log in before you can post or reply to messages.

 

Start New Topic Advanced Search