Whenever a customer calls or writes to Summit Racing’s tech department with concerns about their nitrous systems not working, the experienced group always asks the same question first:
Have you checked your solenoid?
Watch this Summit Racing Quick Flicks video and learn how to make sure your nitrous solenoid is operating properly.
Using a multimeter and a standard adjustable wrench, you’ll be able to check the status of your solenoid. You can typically find nitrous oxide solenoid replacement components that will get your nitrous system working again without having to buy brand new replacement solenoids.
Check it out!
we have a 747 cu in chevy motor in a 55 chevy that we are testing at the track. on horsepower we are running 5;20 in 1\8 mile. we added a fogger system with a 250 shot and keep getting surges out of the motor. we are running just under 6 lbs gas pressure. any help will be appreciated. thanks, john
Hello, my question is when I arm my Nitrous system, it flows nitrous gas without actuating the switch. Maybe I wired something wrong? but the fuel valve works correctly. Thanks Keith
Yes you did same thing happened to me I had the activation switch wired directly to the ignition. Install error. Went back rewired all fixed after I blew up my manifold..