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2.6   Solenoid / nozzle hose connection
        1)  Select the proper nitrous and fuel jets (15). Place the desired jets into the nozzles, making sure that
            the jets are inserted into the correct locations, as marked in figure 5 Check the jet cart for correct jet
            sizes.
        2)  Connect and tighten the blue fitting side of the 2 ft. 3AN hoses (10) to the nozzles as shown in figure
            5
        3)  Connect and tighten the red fitting side of the 2 ft. 3AN hoses (10) to the nozzles as shown in figure 5

     2.7   Nitrous Feed Line Mounting
           Hint, most late model vehicles have access plugs in the trunk floor, which are convenient for nitrous
           line routing. Following the fuel lines along the underbody, and entering the engine bay thought the
           front fender well between the plastic inner fender panel and the body, is the most common method of
           routing the line.

        1)  Determine the route for your nitrous feed line. Ensure the path is clear or the exhaust and moving
            parts like wheels, brakes, steering linkage etc.
        2)  Feed the nitrous supply line (16) along the route you have decided on.
        3)  Use nylon quick zips to secure the Line as needed.
        4)  Attach the Nitrous Feed line to the 4AN bottle nut (1) on the nitrous bottle. Warning: Nitrous oxide
            can cause death if inhaled or cause sever frost bite if it contacts your skin, always point the
            line away for people or objects when purging the air from the line.
        5)  Purge the nitrous supply line at the solenoid end.
               a.  Wrap the nitrous line open end with a rag and secure down.
               b.  Crack the bottle valve slightly to purge the line, it only takes a second to purge the line.
        6)  Attach the nitrous supply line to the solenoid fitting on the inlet port, again the nitrous solenoid has
            blue or black power wires.

     2.8   Fuel Supply Connection

           The fuel supply can be achieved by connecting into any component of the original equipment high-
           pressure fuel supply system. Some examples are as follows:

            o  Connecting to the fuel pressure test port installed in the fuel rail (if available)
            o  Connecting to the fuel rail by tapping into the end of the caps on the fuel rail
            o  Connecting to the banjo fitting on the fuel filter (European cars)
            o  Connecting to the fuel supply hose of the original fuel system

     2.8.1  Fuel Supply Connection by using Fuel Rail Test Port

            Supplemental fuel to the DynoTune nitrous oxide injection system is taken directly from the fuel rail,
            which feeds the engine’s fuel injectors. Figure 6 shows the typical fuel rail configurations. If you
            cannot locate the fuel rail on your engine, consult a repair manual for your vehicle.

        1)  Identify the location of the fuel rail “test port” on the fuel rail.
        2)  Remove the protective cap from the test port.  Remove the Schrader valve from the test port using a
            tire valve core removal tool.
        CAUTION! When removing the Schrader valve from the fuel rail test port, use caution. Fuel in the
        rail is under high pressure. Never remove the Schrader valve when the engine is hot or running.

        3)  Connect the fuel supply line (21) to the fuel rail test port.
        NOTE: Some Vehicles equipped with a fuel rail test port do not have threads on the test port compatible
        with the red 4AN supply line. If your vehicle is so equipped, you must either replace the test port fitting
        with the 1/16” NPT x 4AN fitting (22), or install the 1/16” x 4AN fitting (22) using steps A through F on the
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