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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Accessory power location in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by CTSVmapper its plain and simple that Nitrous Outlet are a bunch of douches to even say that, ...
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    Re: Accessory power location

    Quote Originally Posted by CTSVmapper View Post
    its plain and simple that Nitrous Outlet are a bunch of douches to even say that, did they also tell you to run no fuse?.. cause you could get away with out one . Relay is a must and is the PROPER way to function a bottle blanket as SKULLV says.
    I think he was referring to this comment. Not calling you a douche. You've been a big help. Thanks! Still waiting on that phone number though...

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    Re: Accessory power location

    Ill PM u the number when I get home tonight.

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    Re: Accessory power location

    Quote Originally Posted by SkullV View Post
    And please do not call me some sort of fanboy like whisler...I'm in the process of switching noids to n2o outlet noids. Each company does something right. Hen you combine all the best stuff piece for piece you will have the best kit.
    I must have been away from the forum for too long and missed something. I'm a fan of the Nitrous Outlet guys. They were great when i bought my kit from them. Although since i have no idea what you're talking about in the quote above i guess i shouldn't assume it was in response to my comments. Im just here to help even though i am now V-less. I called Zex, waited on hold for about 8 mins and they said no relay required. Now if Danboss wants to use the small 10/15amp micro switch we talked about on the phone, then a relay should prob be used. I have nothing to gain from telling people to use zex, nx, nos, tnt, venom, harris, etc... I just did the research to help out and reported my findings.

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    Re: Accessory power location

    P.S. don't listen to everything a vendor tells you.....ZEX would also tell you that this is a good idea:



    when in reality it would freeze the crap out of your maf wires which will cause mucho damage. Read through the nitrous forum on LS1tech and see how great a reputation ZEX has....also...that install you posted that isnt using a relay is that guys FIRST nitrous install.

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    Re: Accessory power location

    Wouldnt it only freeze if the nozzle opening was straight out of theend of the nozzle? Most come out of the side which in the case above should send the nitrous towards the wall of the filter thus promoting an even cloud of nos.

    Regardless, to answer the title of the thread, the cig lighter has a 12v accessory power. lol


    **edit: just saw this diagram, def not MAF friendly


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    Re: Accessory power location

    Regardless, to answer the title of the thread, the cig lighter has a 12v accessory power. lol

    True, but it is not switched, and for a bottle heater activation switch you DEFINITELY want it to be switched. Accidentally leaving the bottle heater on when you park or overnight could equal BOOM...or hiss if you have a burst disk, and then you lose your whole bottle fill.

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    Re: Accessory power location

    Can it be used for RAP power for a aftermarket radio. Thanks

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