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Old 03-30-2002, 11:25 PM
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Here is a lil thing I think I will try out. I just found this page. Looks very interesting if it performs as claimed. A switch that turns OFF the ntirous if you go to lean or rich. Gotta love that. So no need to run those two nitrous noids.... should work with the TNT kit, single relay. :D I am buying... hope it works :D oh yeah also a a/f meter ..both n/a and on the laughing gas
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I think I will have to get one of these.
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I think I'll be looking at that too!!Wonder if it will fit down along side the switches in the ashtray?
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Intel55,

Thanks for the link. Let me know whenever you get a chance to come to Houston. Beers are on me. :D

This device is a little pricey at $179, but will definitely make a ver nice addional safety switch.

There are still a few issues that I can see. 1st, gotta make sure that your O2 sensor readings accurate otherwise it won't do you any good. And the question is how accurate are the stock O2 readings? 2nd, it will not help you if there is a mechanicle failure (stuck-open) with your nitrous solenoids. Even this switch cut off power to the nitrous solenoids, nitrous would still be flowing. So I think you should still run dual nitrous solenoids.

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:lol: :lol: I was thinking about stopping by Houston on my way back to check on some head work I am having done out there. However, I saw that from Tucson (where I am soaking up the sun) it is about 1000 out of my way back to Chicago... oh well :D If you go to the cruise in then maybe we can hook up for beers :cheers:

The lil a/f +cutoff switch is damn pricey. I bet it is $20 from radio shack, but oh well, no time for that :D :D I am going to give it a whirl.

Your right about the 02 sensors. I could probably use some new ones. I trust them for them for the most part. You could test them against a wideband. The lil switch thing won't work if the noid gets stuck open. That is still the risk. I have seen more people blow a motor from gonig lean and then pinging (myself included :D , non ls1) than a noid sticking.
I guess to be ULTA safe, you run this lil gizmo and two nitrous noids. :cheers:
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I think I'll be looking at that too!!Wonder if it will fit down along side the switches in the ashtray?
hmmmm I don't think so. I just took out my swtiches and put in the NX switch thing and there is not much room left. I think when you don't want to see it you could probably stick it in there. I think on the gas I will put it right in front of me and see if it bugs me or not. :cheers:
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According to the link, it looks like this switch is also act as an air/fuel gauge. So if you don't already have a gauge, no need to purchase one. :D

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