Edelbrock Single Stage Systems have superior distribution for 400+ hp in competition engines. Dyno tests on a 500ci Chevy proved that even at 400hp settings, EGTs varied less than 80°F from cylinder-to-cylinder. Features include shorter spray bars allowing more liquid nitrous to be injected into the intake for more even distribution across the plenum, a more balanced air/fuel ratio and a quicker response time. With four nitrous and four fuel jets, the Victor Jr. Plate System has more tuning capabilities than any plate system currently available. This efficient design, with a plate that's only 9/16'' thick, uses less nitrous than conventional plate systems at the same hp levels. Kits include jet selection and all hardware for a complete installation.
Dual Stage Systems have all of the same features as the single stage. The advantage to the dual stage system is that you can apply your nitrous power in two seperate stages to soften the "hit" of the nitrous system. The first stage can be adjusted to supply 100-150 additional horsepower then trigger the second stage for 150 to 200+ hp!
Engine Modifications for All Victor Jr. Carb and Plate Kits Recommended Required Single Plane Intake Manifold - X Premium Fuel - X Race Fuel X - Upgraded Fuel System - X Upgraded Ignition System X - Ignition Retard - X Colder Spark Plugs - X Forged Pistons - X Upgraded Rods/Crank X -
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