Single 4150-Series / Square Bore Flange Carburetor
To supply the proper amount of fuel to the carburetor and Cheater System, a fuel pump must be used that is designed to operate between 5 and 10 PSI, with a flow rate of 0.1 gallons per hour / horsepower at 6 PSI. For example, an engine that produces 450 horsepower when the Cheater System is activated will require a fuel pump that flows at least 45 gallons per hour at 6 PSI.Tech Notes:
Easy Horsepower Gains
NOS Cheater systems are designed for use on 350 ci or larger carbureted engines. Large nitrous and fuel solenoids are adjustable for an increase of anywhere between 150 to 250 horsepower. Cheater systems utilize a thin 1/2-inch injector plate between the carburetor and intake manifold offering efficient nitrous distribution while still providing under-hood clearance.
Cheater systems include a 10 lb. nitrous bottle, four (4) stages of jets, aircraft-quality steel braided line and all other necessary electrical and mounting hardware for a complete nitrous system installation.
- Single stage nitrous system
- Large nitrous and fuel solenoids
- Thin 1/2 in. injector plate
- Easy to install with provided step-by-step instructions
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
I bought a used cheater system it has 63 and 71 jets which is the 150 hp shot. my question is can I change the jet on this system to be 100 hp. if so what size jets would I need to use
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