Extended Reach Cone. Nitrous Outlet is proud to introduce the 3rd generation Stinger plate for 4150 and 4500 flange carbureted style intake manifolds. The revolutionary extended reach cone is the first in its class! The extended "Stinger" sits further down inside the intake plane to prevent nitrous from hitting the sidewalls on intakes with a high plane or spacer plate. All the same great features of the Stinger II, in an upgraded package.
Precise Atomization. The Stinger plate has a large unique cone shaped “stinger” that protrudes from the bottom portion of the plate into the center of the intake throat. Each Stinger has 16 discharge ports, 8 for nitrous and 8 for fuel. The 16 atomized plumes of nitrous and fuel exit from the center of the stinger into the intake plenum in a 360 degree pattern completely saturating the air intake charge as it enters the intake plenum for even distribution.
Construction. The Stinger plate is CNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum, has a black anodized body, red anodized stinger, and is CNC engraved with the Nitrous Outlet logo and fuel/nitrous ports.
Prefabricated Hard-Lines. This system includes an anodized aluminum 4 solenoid offset "Boomerang" solenoid bracket and pre-bent hard-lines for a clean professional installation.
Dual Stage Race Option. The Hornet "Race" option comes with jetting for horsepower settings from 100-800 HP, two .178 “Trashcan” Nitrous solenoids, and two .310 fuel solenoids capable of flowing up to 800+ HP.
Application. This plate will fit any single plane 4500 flange intake manifold, carbureted or EFI. Check clearance for distributor and throttle cable linkage.
Note. Our Gen III Stinger and Hornet plates are a directional plate design and must be installed with the fuel solenoid towards the front of the car and the nitrous solenoid to back of the vehicle. Failure to do so, will result in poor nitrous/fuel distribution and could result in engine damage. The 4500 Series Gen III Stinger and Hornet plates are a directional plate design. These plates must be installed with the fuel solenoid towards the front of the vehicle and the nitrous solenoid to the back of the vehicle. The word "fuel" is engraved on the plates and has to face the front of the vehicle. On the Hornet plates, the Hornet logo will face to the sides of the vehicle. Failure to do so, will result in poor nitrous/fuel distribution and could result in engine damage.