what do you guys think about that?
He's mostly correct IMO. I am a big fan of the racetested system I have... and you can see why I think thier nozzle is designed better. (pic above) I've not seen the NX nozzle spraying and I don't know of any comparison pics?
And I agree that a 35-50 wet shot is very tolerable on a stock 3.0L ranger. Just keep in mind to not over rev it while spraying and use premium octane. Another thing that IMO will allow for bigger shots is to ramp up the nitrous from a low-to-high volume. I'm spraying a 100hp shot on a stock 5.4L AND on top of 16psi too!! From what I've learned over the last year it's all doable w/o problems if the time is taken to understand what needs to happen at each step. It sure looks like you are trying to do that!
btw: The "purge" that NX and NOS require is what I disagree with. (That's why I say he is "mostly correct") Purging is not nessesary on the kit I have. (The only time is when the bottle is completely disconnected or you run out) You might want to contact Denny at firstname.lastname@example.org
and he can fill you in as to why. And... that means more nitrous being used to make power vs going into the air to make up for poorly designed kits.
btw2: I bought thier maximizer controller. Even though I'm not using it to it's full potential. It has some awsome abilities to accomidate a manual tranny and it can also ramp up/down the nitrous shot sizes. I spent the extra money so I could just swap the kit from one car to another w/o having to buy special parts each time .