The proper jetting is crucial for dialing in your nitrous kit tune-up safely.
Learn how to read a jet chart and find the right jet chart for your gasoline or E85 system here!
- Single Nozzle, Throttle Body Plate, Interspooler, Money Maker, & Single Spray Bar Jetting
- Dry Single Nozzle, Throttle Body Plate, Interspooler, Money Maker, & Single Spray Bar Jetting
- Dual Spray Bar, Dual Lower Blower Spray Bar, & Dual Nozzle Jetting
- Dry Dual Spray Bar, Dual Lower Blower Spray Bar, & Dual Nozzle Jetting
- X-Series Single Nozzle Wet & Dry Jetting
- Powersports Systems Jetting
- Powersports SxS System Jetting
Stinger and Hornet:
- Stinger 1 Jetting
- Stinger 2/Hornet 2 Jetting
- Stinger 3/Hornet 3 Jetting
- Stinger 4 Jetting
- Hornet 2/Hornet 3 Single Stage, Dual Entry Jetting
- 4 Cylinder Direct Port Jetting
- 6 Cylinder Direct Port Jetting
- 8 Cylinder Direct Port Jetting
- 8 Cylinder Nylon Line Direct Port Jetting
- 10 Cylinder Direct Port Jetting
How To Read A Jet Chart
Step 1: Choose the group of charts designed for the nitrous system you are using.
Step 2: Choose the chart that matches the correct fuel type and system configuration.
Step 3: Choose the desired horsepower level.
Step 4: Choose the nitrous jet listed on the same row as the desired horsepower level, under the column listed N2O.
Step 5: Choose the fuel jet listed on the same row, under the column that matches the fuel pressure that the fuel supply to the solenoid is set at.