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Is this zex kit really plug and play?

I'm looking to get a nitrous kit but I have a few questions

1.is this kit plug and play meaning that I don't need to get my car tuned?
2.if it's not what other components I would need besides this kit?
3.I'm not looking for where I have to hit a switch to activate the nitrous I would like it to activate on it's own say like between 4700rpm and cut off at say 6800 rpm.is that included with this kit or is that why I would have to get tuned?
please I'm looking for answers and not looking to get bashed lol
Thank you and here is the link of the kit I'm looking to buy..

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Re: Is this zex kit really plug and play?

Well idk if this is all you need, most likely it is, this kit is a WOT activated meaning only when you enable the NOS system it will only spray when you have the throttle all the way open, as far as tuning it shouldn't require it looks like it taps into the o2 sensor
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Re: Is this zex kit really plug and play?

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Re: Is this zex kit really plug and play?

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I'm looking to get a nitrous kit but I have a few questions

1.is this kit plug and play meaning that I don't need to get my car tuned?
2.if it's not what other components I would need besides this kit?
3.I'm not looking for where I have to hit a switch to activate the nitrous I would like it to activate on it's own say like between 4700rpm and cut off at say 6800 rpm.is that included with this kit or is that why I would have to get tuned?
please I'm looking for answers and not looking to get bashed lol
Thank you and here is the link of the kit I'm looking to buy..

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That kit will only activate at full throttle when the toggle is armed. You hook the trigger wire up to the tps signal wire, then you have to do a full throttle learn procedure that takes 5 mintues. as long as you read the instructions its simple as pie. To get more from it get a big catless exhaust and cai helps. you dont need to tune the zex box, nor i i possibl to tune it for rpms, plus its a lot faster/meaner if you're spraying through the entire rpm range. Trust me, you dont want a window switch, youll want the full time power once you get on the track or wherever
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Re: Is this zex kit really plug and play?

PS. - I would get your car tuned if you are going over a 75 shot (roughly 50whp)
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Re: Is this zex kit really plug and play?

yeah definitely, you gotta retard the timing 2 degrees every 25 shot after you go bigger than 75.
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