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WOT activation question.

Interested in installing a 75 shot, however I see that the zex kit has WOT activation.

My question is, wouldn't this activate too early? I know it's bad to spray at low RPM's but wouldn't this do just that?
Also, how long does it spray for? until you get off the pedal?

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Yes it will, what you need to do is get a zex window switch. It lets you set a rpm window you would like to spray in, i have mine set between 3,000 and 5,700 rpm.

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+1 to the post above. It wouldn't be a bad idea to switch out spark plugs and retard timing by about 5 degrees, depending on how mush boost we're talking about.


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+1 to the post above. It wouldn't be a bad idea to switch out spark plugs and retard timing by about 5 degrees, depending on how mush boost we're talking about.
I'd like to keep my diablo 93 tune, how much timing would I have to pull?
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About 5 degrees, or 1 degree per 25 of HP you are planning on running.
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how big of a shot are you planning on putting on the car? depending on the shot, you will need to drop heat ranges for your spark plugs. also, use copper plugs. some guys say iridium plugs, and idk, maybe the challenger is special, but most other nitrous cars using iridium plugs will heat up the strap and cause pre-detonation=engine damage plus, the copper plugs are ~$1 a piece instead of $9 and they work great. been using em for over a year. also, you're going to need to re-gap the plugs

correct me if i'm wrong guys but if i remember correctly they are gapped to .032?

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You really think he needs to change timing with a 75 shot?
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FYI this thread is a month old..lol And no you do not need to change timing for a 75 shot..
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