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Thread: New to NOS and fitting on "random" vehicle.

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    Default New to NOS and fitting on "random" vehicle.

    Hi, I'm Damien and I'm really here to figure out what I can do for the car I'm rebuilding. It was my grandfather's car, and I want to make a memorial of it more than anything else. It's an '03 Town Car with the original 4.6L V8 SOHC engine in it. I want to add a basic NOS plate under the throttle body and want to know what would fit? My intent isn't to use the N2O in the vehicle, it's more for engine dress up. What NOS plate will fit this vehicle and how much N2O could it handle? I am looking for a wet kit though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diablogrimm View Post
    What NOS plate will fit this vehicle and how much N2O could it handle? I am looking for a wet kit though.
    Check the first two NOS wet plate kits on this page:
    http://www.holley.com/types/Ford%20E...%20Systems.asp
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    Those are good for the Ford Modular 4.6L engines, but one is for the factory supercharged Cobra and the other is for the 3 valve. Since I'm a noob, I'm just wondering if they would both be functional on the 2 valve. My main focus is that it looks good and doesn't cut down on the behavior of the vehicle while not on spray. But still be safe on spray as well. And the second was an nozzle system and I'm wondering if that would function as well as a plate system.

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