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Hello, new to the board. I am a big Mazda fan with a nice heavily upgraded MX-6 Turbo. I recently aquired a GT escort for a daily driver but can´t keep well enough alone, and am thinking of using my Zex kit on it for a 55 shot. My question is, will the stock fuel pump be adequete? Also, how long could I expect the clutch to last. Not too familair with these cars yet so I wanted to see what others had done. A search turned up nothing on N2O. Thanks!
 

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Zex should be a good way to go. As far as I know the Zex kit (when hooked up right) uses a vacuum line to assure it does´t put out more then the fuel system can deliver.
 

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Zex should be a good way to go. As far as I know the Zex kit (when hooked up right) uses a vacuum line to assure it does´t put out more then the fuel system can deliver.
 

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Update, got the kit on...but the TPS is backwards from what the Zex kit needs. So I had to find another way to get the 4.2+ volts necessary to get the N2O flowing. Just used a 12v source switch and it works good. Only problem is I went to the track and my bottle was pretty much tapped out, didn´t do anything
Oh well, the stock clutch didn´t take too well to my driving anyway and was slipping every shift. Ended up running a 16.6 @ 83 100% bone stock. Not too bad I guess
 
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