LS1 No Spray Bar Nitrous Plate System
Nitrous Oxide Systems is announcing the availability of their LS1 No Spray Bar nitrous plate system, P/N 05168NOS. No spray bars mean; no air stream turbulence.
The NOS LS1 plate system includes stainless steel jets so power can be adjusted from 100 to 150 HP in 25HP increments. The NOS LS1 Plate system utilizes cheater solenoids so further power adjustment up to 250 HP can be realized after engine and fuel system modifications.
The NOS LS1 Plate is CNC machined from billet aluminum, black anodized and laser engraved. The plate will fit throttle bodies up to 80mm. Included in the LS1 plate kit system are specific fit micro-switch engagement brackets for F-body applications and C5 Corvettes. The LS1 plate system will also fit Cadillac CTS-V, SSR, GTO and GM LS power trucks, but will require fabricating a micro-switch engagement bracket.
The NOS LS1 plate system comes complete with 10lb blue bottle, bottle brackets, adjustable plate, solenoids, stainless jets plus all required plumbing and wiring components. The detailed instruction manual walks you through step-by-step for an easy installation.
For more information contact Nitrous Oxide Systems, 1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101, Telephone 270-781-9741. For nearest dealer: 1-800-HOLLEY-1. Or visit us on the web: www.nosnitrous.com.
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