Re: Muhahaha N2O part 2 (H2oVento)
quote:[HR][/HR]Sounds good, but wouldn't you loose a few PSI because your oem regulator is designed to provide (example) 50 psi through your system... but now adding lines you added a larger volume area at the same psi, so now your at what 47, 46 PSI due to the increased area the fuel can use to go through. or will your oem regulator provide you went a few extra psi to maintain 50 psi. I have only run dry kits.. so this is very intresting.. as the thought of a dual stage wet kit may be comming down the road. [HR][/HR]
What I am trying to do is have a low pressure fuel supply (6.5 PSI) for the N2O and run the low pressure (bigger) Fuel jets sizes. The fuel jet to N2O ratio is 1:1 at 6.5 PSI, this would give me more tunning flexability because I can't get smaller fuel jets (.018) for high pressure @ 80HP.
In theory, if the return line is blocked it would produce system pressure on the return (100 PSI). So if I put the return fuel through a seperate return style regulator set at 6.5PSI. It will supply 6.5 PSI to the gas solonoid and return the rest of the fuel to the tank. The after affect of this is there would 6.5 PSI restriction in the fuel return at the fuel distributor. Since there will be a very high pressure working against a very low 6.5, I don't think it will affect the internal pressures as long as I rout the frequency valve return around the restriction.
Lots of test and tune pressure checks and Fuel solonoid flow / pressure test activations (out of the manifold) have to take place before I am satisfied.
[Modified by gearhead455, 7:31 PM 2-11-2002]