We will be putting in SE-R injectors and then using the JWT Nitrous system. It will be computer controlled for activation RPM of 3000 while at full throttle. The JWT computer will bump up the fuel injectors to supply the fuel as needed according to the O2 sensors readings. This should make for a very safe system. It should be able to make the 1.6 put down about 165-175 horsepower to the wheels with a 50 horsepower jet.
you know what, you guys are right... i have the first two issues, and the most recent. sentra.net has 4 issues up right now, but sportcompactcarweb.com has just the first 3 installments. there must be an editing error on their part, b/c in the table of contents and at the beginning of the article they are both "#3." anyhow... thank you guys so much for doing this project, when i had gotten my car i wasnt very interested in making it go fast. it was a cheap car w/ low miles and it was a nissan. now that i have been going to these boards for a while, and seeing that the GA is finally getting good aftermarket support, it makes me feel better w/ building my GA-powered beast. at least until i get my mini cooper S in a year or two(hopefully)
before you rush out to your local newsstand, this issue doesnt have the nitrous setup.... thats the next one (hopefully) not that you shouldnt go out and pick it up... this one is mainly the phantom LSD, a carbon fiber hood, clutch and flywheel.