Looking for an easy way to plumb nitrous into your electronic fuel injection (EFI) street burner? Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS) has just released a couple of new throttle bodies that integrate nitrous spray outlets. In the past, this was accomplished with a plate that bolted between the throttle body and the intake manifold plenum. But now thats old news.
For 94-97 LT1-style small-blocks, this new NOS throttle body offers a single-port nitrous entry into the throttle body. If you are using an aftermarket EFI controller, fuel enrichment is added via the fuel injectors. The other new piece is a 1,000-cfm four-barrelstyle billet throttle body using four separate discharge holes located in the bottom middle area between the throttle bores. With a single nitrous feed line leading up to the throttle body, you can plumb a serious amount of nitrous into the engine without the need for a separate plate. This 1.750inch bore throttle body also incorporates an OEM throttle-position sensor and offers staged throttle linkage.
These are just a couple of the interesting new pieces from NOS that can make using nitrous a little easier and a ton more fun.