NX Lightning solenoids feature a raised inlet and bottom exit which eliminate up to three 90-degree turns and one expansion area in the body of the solenoid. The result is more horsepower! Lightning solenoids are CNC machined from lightweight billet 6061-T6 aluminum and topped with true carbon fiber cans for th eultimate in weight savings and beauty. Lightning series nitrous solenoids feature a bypass (purge) port which allows you to connect a purge valve directly to the body of the nitrous solenoid. Lightning series fuel solenoids feature a bypass port which allows you to connect a small bypass/return line to your fuel tank. This feature eliminates lean spikes caused by air trapped between the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel solenoid. Nitrous Express only uses the highest quality, made in the USA solenoid components. Lightning series solenoids come standard in many NX nitrous systems as well as sold individually below, as an upgrade to your existing nitrous system.
- Industry leading valve design
- CNC-machined billet aluminum housing
- Carbon fiber solenoid covers
- Raised inlet / bottom exit
- Built-in bypass/purge port
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