These aluminum bungs allow installation of Edelbrock nozzles in the intake tract of thin walled sheetmetal manifolds. Requires welding, drilling and tapping for installation.
Dry EFI Nozzles M3 Nozzles
Used in all Performer EFI ''dry'' nitrous systems, the Edelbrock dry nitrous nozzle is one of the most advanced in the industry. Machined from light-weight aluminum and anodized black for durability, the unique nitrous passage design gives extremely high atomization and is the key to the outstanding performance. Specially designed nitrous outlet enhances atomization.
Designed and developed in conjunction with 8 time Pro Street champion Pat Musi. The M3 Dual-Stage Dry Nitrous Nozzle is the latest in direct port nitrous technology for use in 1,000+ horsepower multi-stage nitrous drag racing applications. This nozzle produces maximum flow, uniform dispersion and helps induce a liquid nitrous to gaseous phase change in the combustion chamber, which is desired with direct port nitrous injection. Exclusive titanium construction makes this the strongest and simply best nozzle available for this application. 1/16" NPT threads make this an easy upgrade for existing nitrous systems.
Dry EFI Nozzles
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