If you are looking for street savvy nitrous plate system with style this is it. It is race bred and makes great power, great for streetcars and ET class racers. This is NOT a cheapened up kit, it’s built with all the quality workmanship and parts you have come to expect from I-S. It’s designed around and built for racers that need a plate with a true 300 HP rating.
The I-S Saturday Night Special nitrous plate system is designed with great looks and strong performance in mind. What makes our plate systems a step above an average out-of-the-box plate system is the way we blueprint, assemble, and jet map the system as well as the great tech support we provide.
The plate is a ½” thick aluminum plate with brass spray bars. The holes are precision EDM cut and have the correct area to support the max horsepower rating.
This plate system comes with our I-S Side Exit Nitrous Solenoid (.120) and our I-S Small Body Fuel Solenoid (.156). Both solenoids come with a filtered inlet fitting installed and mounted on one of our billet aluminum solenoid brackets. The nitrous solenoid has a low amp draw coil and a .120 orifice for improved flow. These are the same solenoids that are used on our Standard Direct Port Systems. Each Saturday Night Special is flowed and comes with custom jet mapping and stainless jets for 100-300+ HP
This plate is “blacked out” it has braided stainless solenoid lines covered in black sleeve. Along with black output fittings from the solenoid. There is a chrome solenoid cover option as well.
Complete Kit Includes: plate, lines, solenoids, filtered fittings and hoses all assembled on a billet solenoid bracket. A 10lb bottle with a -6 bottle nut, racer safety, and 1 1/2″ liquid filled nitrous gauge installed. Mounting brackets for the bottle, a -6 supply line, -6 purge kit, as well as, all the electrical hardware. The complete kit also includes custom I-S blue print, flowing, stainless jets, jet mapping and the great tech support I-S is known for.
If you have an Induction Solutions flowed nitrous plate system please call Steve for help with your timing, if not please utilize this general timing sheet as a guideline