I second that idea plus add a window switch. 94/95 came with 24lb/hr injectors from the factory it I'm not mistaken, so those should get you by. Possibly add a larger in-tank fuel pump and you should be good to go.
I just installed a NX kit, purge, bottle warmer, and window switch on my car. It's a very nice kit. The quality is definately better than NOS. I've only given it a quick test on the street just to make sure everything was working right so I don't have any ET's or MPH numbers to compare but I can say that so far I am very impressed with NX. A NX 100 shot is like other companies 125 since they rate theirs at the rear wheels instead of the flywheel. I've done alot of research and many people are running a 100 shot with NX kits with stock fuel systems. I plan on running a 100 shot on my stock fuel system. I hope this helps. Good luck.
I would run a GSS 340 255 lph in tank pump with an adjustable regulator. There is a fuel pressure drop when the nitrous is activated. This drop will be more dramatic with a stock 80 lph in tank pump.
I agree the NX kits are superior. I made 300 rwhp all motor in my black coupe, then turned on the 150 shot and made 470 rwhp. My engine is very efficient with nitrous, but I also think that if you use a nitrous retard and pull the timing out of the advance rather than change your initial, it seems to work a little better. I also like the GenX 2 kit, I have that on the coupe as well. The window switch is just good, safe thinking.
I think you will like this kit.
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