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Old 03-30-2011, 01:27 PM   #1
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Default Fogger jet chart

I just switched over from a plate to a fogger setup and don't have a chart like I had for my plate system.
Anybody have a chart for reference on a fogger setup for nitrous and fuel jets?
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Old 03-30-2011, 02:09 PM   #2
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I believe this is what your looking for..

Pro Shot. Go to page 23 and 26
http://www.holley.com/data/Products/.../199R10495.pdf

Sportsman. Page 5 and 19..
http://www.holley.com/data/Products/...053-2-SNOS.pdf
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Old 03-30-2011, 02:11 PM   #3
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Let us know the tune up you want to try.
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If you want to find where I got that info, you can go to the www.holley.com. Select products tab, select direct port nitrous kits then bring your kit up.. Once you find your kit, click the Instruction for Part **** under Technical Information and you'll find it within those pages.. Clear as mud??
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what brand kit do you have?

the nos guide is ok to get you started...2 smaller on the fuel jet is a little better though.
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On a smaller tune starting at a 4-6 spread will get you going.. SJ
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what brand kit do you have?

the nos guide is ok to get you started...2 smaller on the fuel jet is a little better though.
this means 2 more spread than the nos chart..what hp do you want to start at?28/22 is good for most people to start with.
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On a smaller tune starting at a 4-6 spread will get you going.. SJ

I have your fogger system I bought from a local NPSA racer and it has jets way bigger than I want to run. The smallest set in 32/28 and I am only looking at doing about a 200 shot max to run the 8.60 class.
Thanks for the info guys, Jim
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I have your fogger system I bought from a local NPSA racer and it has jets way bigger than I want to run. The smallest set in 32/28 and I am only looking at doing about a 200 shot max to run the 8.60 class.
Thanks for the info guys, Jim
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No problem. Give me a call sometime and we can go over a few things and I'll help you with a starting point and baseline.. Thanks, SJ
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