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NOS Safety kit for progressive

Post  FalconEh on Mon 18 Jul - 23:10

https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/nos-0050nos/overview/?retaillocation=int

Is there anything special about the solenoid in this kit I have a progressive controller I haven't used yet, I also have some good working spare Cheater solenoids so is there any reason I can use a Cheater solenoid to make this kit?

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Post  whatbumper on Mon 18 Jul - 23:16

Waste of time and money

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Post  FalconEh on Mon 18 Jul - 23:30

whatbumper wrote:Waste of time and money

Thanks Justin, I really didn't want to use an inferior solenoid as a safety especially at their suggested retail.
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Post  DILLIGASDAVE on Mon 18 Jul - 23:35

If you're worried about solenoid wear from pulsing them maybe using a timing ramp (instead of pulsing the solenoids) to adjust n2o power levels is a better way.
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Post  DILLIGASDAVE on Mon 18 Jul - 23:38

Or for added safety ad an in-line 1/4 turn ball valve instead of another solenoid.
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Re: NOS Safety kit for progressive

Post  FalconEh on Mon 18 Jul - 23:44

DILLIGASDAVE wrote:If you're worried about solenoid wear from pulsing them maybe using a timing ramp (instead of pulsing the solenoids) to adjust n2o power levels is a better way.

DILLIGASDAVE wrote:Or for added safety ad an in-line 1/4 turn ball valve instead of another solenoid.

Good points Dave, nothing the maintenance program wont take care of, and after the run I always shut the bottle off and purge the line.
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Post  Induction-Solutions on Mon 25 Jul - 12:41

We usually do NOT recommend a redundant solenoid. All it does is hurt flow. Progressives DO NOT hurt plungers like most think. RACERS HURT plungers with high bottle pressure, long duration's of pressure, and opening valves to fast.. I have guys that use controllers with the proper methods and go years without an issue.. SJ

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Post  FalconEh on Mon 25 Jul - 16:17

Thanks Steve,
I usually use around 900 psi give or take I usually shut the bottle off around 875 and it creeps up and I purge the excess.
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Post  Induction-Solutions on Tue 26 Jul - 12:00

FalconEh wrote:Thanks Steve,
     I usually use around 900 psi give or take I usually shut the bottle off around 875 and it creeps up and I purge the excess.

You should be fine.. Thanks, SJ

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