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Nitrous Express 15# bottle - $150 shipped
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/nex-11150/media/images

MSD Digital Window Switch - $85 shipped - SOLD
http://www.jegs.com/i/MSD/121/8969/...&cagpspn=pla&gclid=CP3ezIzD5LUCFUXf4AodIjUADw

Nitrous Express Digital TPS switch - $75 shipped - SOLD
http://www.jegs.com/p/Nitrous-Express/Nitrous-Express-TPS-Full-Throttle-Switch/962923/10002/-1

Nitrous Express Pressure Controlled Bottle Heater - $150 shipped
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/nex-15940?seid=google&gclid=CPuB2PbD5LUCFY6e4AodiEwAeA

Nitrous Express Solenoids (Fuel, Nitrous and Purge with switch) with a couple of hoses - $200 shipped
Solenoids and fuel lines that come with the EFI kit for these trucks. One of the fittings is cracked on one of the lines. Purge kit goes for about $140 alone.

Buy it all for $450 shipped. Add a hose and a nozzle and you have a great nitrous system for the price. I will throw in the jets and the manuals as well.
 

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TPS and window switches are pending, unless someone wants the whole deal.
 

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Window switch and TPS switch sold. Prices updated.
 

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That sucks i would have bought the whole package had i seen this sooner.
 

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It's not too late. You can still have a nice setup with what I have left and a few other parts. I think I still have the standard switch. I lowered the price to account for the stuff I sold.
 

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How well do you think my stock pistons etc. will hold up to the nos with my mods i have installed so far in my sig?
 

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I really don't know for sure. I used it at 150HP turning on at 3000rpm with my stock 318. You have the exhaust to support plenty of power. I think the biggest watchout is fuel puddling in the intake manifold, but I'm not sure if the 2008 manifold helps with that or not. I would check with the 4.7 guys on here and see what experience has shown. I don't want to steer you wrong.
 

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Bump. Make offers?
 

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Cancelled due to lack of interest.
 
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