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I own a '94 Prelude VTEC with a few little goodies (see me sig). I am interested in getting some of your opinions on the Venom Nitrous System. I am looking for some kind of progressive nitrous controller, because I've heard that you have to run rich with nitrous, and I don't want to run rich ALL OF THE TIME. I also plan on installing a 7-9 PSI Turbo on the distant future. Will the system be able to work with the turbo?

I also want to install it as a Direct Port setup through the bottom of my intake manifold so it is harder for a cop to see. Cover it with black wire loom or something. What kind of intake manifold can I get that will still look relatively stock (I Know that Venom Nitrous Manifolds look alot different than the OEM one)

So give me some input people!

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Nobody is going to help me out? WTF...

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Will the stock one be able to handle a 75-100 shot and 7-9 lbs of boost?

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The only time that nitrous blows the welds on the intake manifold is in Fast and the Furious, and 9 psi won't hurt it either. Use a stock intake manifold.
 

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interested in getting some of your opinions on the Venom Nitrous System.
venom as far as i know is a dry kit. it has a lot of blinky lights that are used for special effects. and all it has more than zex is a/f gauge, which is measures narrow band o2 sensors, which arent very accurate...buy zex if going with dry

I am looking for some kind of progressive nitrous controller, because I've heard that you have to run rich with nitrous, and I don't want to run rich ALL OF THE TIME.
you just run rich when nitrous is flowing, correct?

I also plan on installing a 7-9 PSI Turbo on the distant future. Will the system be able to work with the turbo?
works great with turbo and SC

I also want to install it as a Direct Port setup through the bottom of my intake manifold so it is harder for a cop to see. Cover it with black wire loom or something.
do you want DP and dry or just one? both is not possible. i would think dry is much easier to conceal tha DP...with zex for eg, 3 wires easy to hide one braided wire tapping the intake, tap the under side of the intake and cover it with wire loom, and the box you can put anywhere, ure limit is the lenght of ure tubes and steel braided wire, can cover the box w/something as well

What kind of intake manifold can I get that will still look relatively stock (I Know that Venom Nitrous Manifolds look alot different than the OEM one)
not to sure what you mean here

hope i helped double check everything i said first
 

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Thanks for all of your help people. I'm looking for a SAFE shot. I just don't want to blow up my motor. So any idea's which system I should go with, I've heard alot of bad stuff about dry shot.

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Thanks for all of your help people. I'm looking for a SAFE shot. I just don't want to blow up my motor. So any idea's which system I should go with, I've heard alot of bad stuff about dry shot.

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ZEX
 

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Personally I like the NX or NOS systems because you can upgrade them to wet kits rather easily. Zex is by far the easiest to install, though.
 

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vcn 2000

The Venom vcn2000 uses the same oxygen sensor your ecu does (If honda trusts it to make fuel enrichment judgements so do I) If your car has a ulev ,typical in CA, engine then it requires you to weld a bung into the exhaust manifold and use a bosch one wire sensor ( both of which are supplied by Venom). It also comes with a window switch built in, it taps into your tps sensor and RPM test output. It only activates when you reach the desired throttle angle and RPM. It also handles fuel enrichment differently, instead of boosting fuel pressure to squeeze more fuel per injector duty cycle it taps directly into the negative side of each individual injector and pulses the injector after each cycle. I have been running it for about 2 mos and have had no problem pushing 75 hp through my F23A. I did change to a colder plug and always use high octane fuel and octane booster (low octane fuel is highly volatile and is prone to premature ignition in high heat applications) It is rather painful to install due to all the electrical connections but I still believe it is one of the best systems available. It took about 5 hrs to install.
 
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