Review & Install Video
The Nitrous Express Coyote Nitrous Plate System is available for any 2011 to 2014 GT Mustang owner that's looking to get one of the easiest to install and most affordable wet plate kits in the category, that includes 35 all the way up to 150 shot jets with a bunch of options in between. Even though the installation is easier than most kits, I'm still giving a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter here guys. It's definitely pretty straightforward, but there is some wiring and running lines. So with all the plumbing you'll have to do, you'll need some mechanical knowledge on deck. I'll talk more about that later on.
There are so many different ways you can go the Nitrous route with your Coyote, and they all have similarities and differences, so you wanna sure you're choosing the right one for you. This particular option from Nitrous Express is a wet injected plate system as you can see here, and they also offer a nozzle system which is where the biggest difference comes into play, the delivery method. A plate system such as this single stage one literally uses a plate as you see here that bolts in between the intake manifold and the throttle body, which typically has a spray bar in between with fittings on both sides, one that would spray fuel and the other would spray nitrous. A system like this that sprays both at the same time for a direct mixture into the incoming air is called a wet kit. Now, the lines are connected to the solenoids you see here, which are uniquely melted directly on the plate with this system. And these are essentially valves that deliver fuel or nitrous respectively to the spray points on the plate. Now, dry kits inject only nitrous oxide into the air intake, while relying on factory fuel injectors to up the ante with additional fuel. Wet systems like this one will burn a lot better cleaner and produce a bit more power than a dry system would with a better-atomized oxide fuel mixture.
Now, the other option is a direct port system. Instead of utilizing a plate like this one, there are direct ports, also known as nozzle systems that I mentioned earlier, that rely on nozzles installed directly into each intake port. I know it's a lot of information to take in, but you definitely wanna make sure you're choosing the right system that fits what you're looking for.
Now, a plate system like we have here is a lot easier to install, more of a direct bolt on kind of deal, and it's a lot more affordable. Nozzle systems, on the other hand, will be more effective because the mixture is being distributed more evenly and directly into each cylinder, which makes tuning more accurate and produces more power, pushing excess of 600 horsepower of nitrous. This plate system we have here, however, carries the benefits of ease while still being able to push a respectable 200 horsepower or 150 horsepower with the included jets. So to put this a little more bluntly, if you're trying to add the bottle to your Coyote, you're not trying to spend too much money, or if you're trying to use your factory fuel lines and not make crazy modifications, but still pushing up to 200 horsepower of nitrous, this is definitely a great system for you.
Nitrous Express put this kit together with 30, 50, 75, 100, 125, and 150 horsepower jets for a wide range of versatility, and as I said before, you could add additional jets to push up to 200 horsepower of nitrous. It comes with a 10-pound belittlement aluminum lightning bottle, stainless steel phase three next-gen plate with integrated solenoids, stainless steel brackets braided into your alliance, relay and relay harnesses, as well as the master arm and switch, and everything else you need to get the job done. You won't need to tap into your fuel lines which won't need to be upgraded by the way, with the included plug-in fuel line adapter. Now, this particular kit comes with an auto learn TPS switch that Nitrous claims only activates and sprays at wide open throttle to prevent spraying a dangerously low or high RPMs. This automatically shuts off when you let your foot off the throttle. Traditionally, guys would grab a window switch that controls this, but Nitrous Express included that auto learn TPS feature in the kit so you won't have to pick that up necessarily. I've seen guys still switch that out for the more traditional setup, but it's all personal preference.
Now, if you feel like the wet place system is exactly what you're looking for, then expect to be coughing up about 750 bucks for the entire kit here, which is honestly, a pretty good price. I can't stress enough that this is the easiest system to install. It works with all factory fuel rails, no modifications to any stock components, plus you have a wide variety of jets included for you, with the option to throw in more. Now, if you wanna push more than 200 horsepower of nitrous, you might wanna look into the Nitrous Express wet nozzle system I mentioned earlier, which is available for about a 100 bucks or so more, but keep in mind those require you to modify and tap into your fuel system since they are a direct port injection.
Again, pros and cons of course, just like anything, but it comes down to how much you wanna spend, how much power you wanna add with the Nitrous, and how much knowledge and time you have for the install. Speaking of that install, like I said in the very beginning, two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter here, not because it's the biggest headache in the world, but it does require you to know what you're doing. Now, there's definitely some plumbing involved with the solenoid and fuel delivery, but nothing too crazy that requires the modification. I know, I sound like a broken record, but it's a huge point I wanna drive home here. It will probably take about four hours, give or take depending on your experience. You wanna have the full toolbox on deck, ratchet, full socket sets. Nothing unusual is needed, common stuff will do.
Obviously, this is something you need to tune for. That probably goes without saying. Make sure you're working with your tuner or shop to get this done properly, especially if you're not experienced enough to tackle it yourself. Well, I'm done rambling on. That just wraps this one up. So if you're the owner of an '11 to '14 Mustang GT, you might wanna check out the Nitrous Express Coyote Nitrous Plate System Kit, which is available right here, theamericanmuscle.com.
Gain Up to 150 HP.
Quickly and afford-ably add up to a mind-blowing 150 rear wheel horsepower to your 5.0L "Coyote" powered GT Mustang. Get the power you need to walk even modded cars at the strip with this easy to install, reliable nitrous kit. This "wet" nitrous nozzle system includes jets that add from 35 to 150 wheel horsepower and everything else you need to take your Mustang over the 550 horsepower mark. Full Throttle Activation.
Protect your engine with the built-in safety features of this NX Coyote Nitrous Plate System, including an Autolearn TPS switch that ensures your nitrous activates only at wide open throttle. This switch keeps your nitrous from activating at dangerously low or high RPMs to help prevent engine damage. "Wet" System for Better Delivery.
The NX Nitrous Plate System is a "wet" system that connects directly to your fuel system and mixes your gas and nitrous before injection - creating fuel that burns better, cleaner, and produces more power. Plus, this system includes a direct plug-in fuel line adapter that eliminates the need to tap into your factory fuel lines - making installation simpler and cleaner. Complete Kit.
The NX EFI Plate system includes everything you need to bolt on up to 150 HP and powerful, tire-smoking torque to your Mustang. This kit includes the Phase 3 next generation plate with integrated solenoids, 10lb bottle, and all stainless brackets, mounting hardware, braided stainless N2O lines, switches, and relay harnesses. It also includes a full set of jets including 35, 50, 75, 100, 125, and 150 HP sizes for maximum versatility. Application.
This Nitrous Express Nitrous Plate bolts between the throttle body and intake, and is specifically designed for use on the 2011-2017 GT Mustangs equipped with Coyote 5.0L 4V V8 engine. Specifications:
- Delivery Style: Throttle body via plate
- Nitrous System Style: Wet
- Maximum Advertised Horsepower Increase: 200 (with additional jets), 150 w/included jets
- Activation: TPS
- Jet Sizes Included: 35-150 (35, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150)
- Type: Single Stage
- Bottle Included: Yes
- Bottle Capacity: 10 lbs
- Bottle Material: Aluminum
Shipping Notes. This item ships ground only, expedite shipping is not available for this item
CA Residents: Warning: California's Proposition 65
- What's in the Box
- Phase 3 next generation plate w/ integrated solenoids
- 10lb Bottle
- Billet Aluminum Lightning 45 bottle valve
- Stainless bottle brackets
- Direct plug-in Fuel Line Adapter
- TPS Autolearn switch
- Stainless braided N2O line
- Master arming switch
- Relay / relay harness
- Jet pack
- All necessary hardware
- Installation Info
Installation Time: (approx) 4 Hours
Difficulty Level:Mechanical expertise or professional installation required.
- Tech Specs
Nitrous Kit Specifications
||Manufacturer: ||Nitrous Express |
|Wet or Dry: ||Wet ||Included Jet Sizes:
||Bottle Size Included: ||10lbs |
- Will it fit my Mustang?
- GT - 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17