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Old 01-18-2013, 09:28 PM   #1
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I have a 68 427 4sp 3deuce and I would like to put NOS on her. Is there and systems out there for the 3x2 set up?
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:39 AM   #2
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Doubt if anyone here has a line on something like that. But, if you 'cast a line' out to go 'fishing' for a complete NOS system, I'm sure that someone will show up with one...at a very hefty price

Then you need to be very suspicious of their "find"....

P.S. No "complete" NOS 3x2 carb systems, including intake manifolds were ever produced, AFAIK. The 3 carbs may have been package together...but I doubt it. Doubtful that they were put together with a manifold as a single assembly group sold by GM as a [grouped] spare part.
I think he's discussing Nitrous Oxide...
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Only know 1 guy that has done a tripower with nitrous. Not big block
http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c1-a...h-nitrous.html
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You can do it, I did. Lots of research and fabrication. Drilled and tapped injectors into each port on the intake would likely be easiest, 1 for fuel, 1 for nitrous.
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I'd step back and consider how valuable 3x2 intakes have gotten, and are likely to become in future, before doing anything to it which can't be undone. If you really "need" NOS, why not put the trips up for safe keeping and intstall a different carb/intake setup? JMO
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http://pitstopusa.com/i-5074376-tran...en-center.html
And drill and plumb them with spray bars like I did. No damage to carbs or intake. You will lose 1" hood clearance. You might be able to mill them down a little thinner.
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