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Old 02-18-2008, 12:58 AM   #1
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Steve;
A buddy just got a 93 ford lightning and is looking to put an adjustable system on the truck. Before he buys something generic, i was wondering if you market something specific for that application, or if you have a favorite system you could recommend. The truck is internally stock, with aftermarket headers and full exhaust. not looking to hit it harder than 150. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 02-20-2008, 11:46 AM   #2
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Just get a NOS dry system with fuel pump
basic mustang dry kit with one dry nozzel.
You can spray to 150 shot all day long.
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Old 02-20-2008, 10:30 PM   #3
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Duke,
Thanks for your post. I really haven't messed with the Lightnings at all to know what's the best kit to use on one. As schid said, it may be possible to just get an EFI universail dry kit that would work for your buddy ??? Sorry to not have a better answer for you. Good luck with this.. Steve
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NX probably has a setup for it. I just finished a Dodge Viper using NX's dual Shark nozzle wet system. Its jetted for 55psi fuel pressure. Oh yeah, it already has twin turbos.
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Old 02-21-2008, 02:11 AM   #5
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Cool...thanks for the honesty Steve.
Wolf...i'll check with NX and see what they have to offer.
Schmidt...thanks...hadn't thought of that, it will be worth looking into.
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we have used the compucar wet kits, great stuff on for the efi cars. plug and play!! if you call them ask for eddie!!
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Thanks for the helpful info...i honestly didn't even know if compucar was still around, since they moved from miami.
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they are in south carolina 1-800-nitrous. about 20 mins from the house of hook!!!!
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Old 02-23-2008, 11:19 AM   #9
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use an edelbrock or nos dry system from a mustang hands down the best set up for fuel injected fords.. don't think so? look in nmra real street. i've done numerous dry system setups on mustangs and actually 2 lightenings. fuel puddling is a real concen on efi cars and can happen for no reason. i've shot anywhere from 50 shot on a boosted car to 350 (we borrowed the jet from billy glidden )on a single modfied nozzle system.. any question feel free to email me

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I'm late on this thread but the best kit is the NOS GT40 Big Shot plate kit. The truck has the gt-40 intake stock and this is the best EFI kit for it. It starts at 150hp and can go up to 300 hp if needed. It will make a stock longblock truck a 12 second truck with a few bolt on's.
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