All tests were done with the same "big shot" plate, .073 nitrous jet, #6 line and 10lb bottle. The following are solenoid orifice sizes and what lb/hr the system passed, with the test setup and given solenoid.
NOS Powershot .073 orifice- 705 lb/hr
NOS Cheater .092 orifice- 734 lb/hr
NOS 16045 .116 orifice- 763 lb/hr
NOS 16048r .116 orifice bottom exit- 806 lb/hr
NOS Trashcan .157 orifice- 835 lb/hr
Nitrous Works .105 orifice- 748 lb/hr (I had it, so I tested it)
So as you can see, the type solenoid you have, can definitely change your tune, even with the same jetting.
I got the above from a post on the YB. Everyone is always asking what jet size was used for whatever. I have posted before that the solenoid would change the flow rate of a given jet size. The general rule of thumb for nitrous flow is 4 lb/hr per 1 hp. Thats a 33 hp difference with the same jet in the same plate, from lowest to highest. Just thought some of you nitrous junkies would like this.