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Reading lots of posts concerni

Reading lots of posts concerning turbos on a TR, but I've been thinking of adding a 75hp to 125hp nitrous system to my TR. Of course the system would have to be hidden. I can see perhaps adding spray nozzles into the areas between the bottom of intake plenums (air inlets) and the tops of the fuel distributors. I've also heard of some people using the cold-start injectors for adding the extra fuel when the nitrous is activated. I like the idea of the total package systems that mix nitrous and fuel in the correct ratios and eliminate all guess work. I would image that I could tap into the fuel return lines for the extra fuel, unless that would mess something up pressure-wise somewhere else. And I would like to have the nitrous on only at full throttle using a switch at the gas peddle. Just sitting here dreaming..... But I would like to know what you guys think? Do you, or someone you know, have a nitrous system on a Testarossa? Since I'm thinking of adding only a modest amount of power, I'm hoping....would the stock trans would handle it? Please chime in with your comments and suggestions, good or bad.
 
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You need to run separate fuel

You need to run separate fuel pump for the NO and you can plumb via fogger nozzles. Your TR have Kjetronic? if yes then you fogger nozzle on plates aft of the throttles
 
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Talked to a guy recommended by

Talked to a guy recommended by FOA and he sold turn key NO set ups for Ferrari. His feedback was that 100 HP on a TR was very reliable and made a dramatic improvment on performance. His price for an installed unit was in my mind priced too high at $7,500. Although I am sure it was a class job based on details we discussed.
 
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