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Old 12-13-2014, 04:48 AM   #1
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I recently bought a 2000 v6 with 109xxx as a build car. I have the majority of what I want to do planned already.

But I'm contemplating power adders. For the price I'm liking nitro. But I've never seen a sixer with a nitro set up. Does anyone have experience with this?

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how much shot are you planning to put to it
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I had a 05 before and I ran nitrous on it. 100 shot was the biggest I could go because it was stock. I tried to run 150 and my car suddenly shut off and the whole dash was lit up with all the lights and my breaks didn't work. I had to pull the ebreak. Thank god I wasn't going real fast if not who knows what would have Happened


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well the o5 motor was stronger on a stock 99-04 3.8L i would not push any more than a 75 shot of go go juice through the motor dont care what the mileage is on the motor there are to many weak spots in the motor
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Lol there are stock shortblock & longblock motors over 300rwhp without problems. You can run a 100-125 pretty safely if you have the proper tune and fuel support for it.


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and here is where i will laugh back at you because you do not even know the difference between the terms shortblock and longblock
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My stock shortblock HCI car takes 260rwhp pretty well, I've played with a 75shot on it too.. My friend Michael has ran a 150 shot (he didn't give a f***) through his HCI stock shortblock car.. But don't mind me I know nothing about the power limits of these Essex motors.


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Short block is an automotive term for an engine sub-assembly. A short block is the portion of the cylinder block below the head gasket but above the oil pan. An in-block cam engine includes the camshaft, timing gear, and any balance shafts. Overhead cam engines don't include those parts.
Long block is an automotive term for an engine sub-assembly that consists of the assembled block, crankshaft, cylinder head, camshaft (usually), valve train, oil pan, and valve covers. A long block does not include fuel system, electrical, intake, and exhaust components, as well as other components (see below for a more complete list).

The long block is always a superset of the corresponding short block.
Cylinder head. A cylinder head assembly is installed with a head gasket and torqued to specification. Complete cylinder heads include valves, valve springs, valve guides (if applicable), valve seats (if applicable), valve locks, and valve keepers. Flathead engines include the valve train if it didn't come with the short block.
Camshaft in most engines. On many engines with timing gears, the camshaft is timed.
Oil pan and possibly valve covers.
here are both the definition of these terms if your gonna try to act like you know something at least be knowledgeable in the terminology
"Lol there are stock shortblock & longblock motors over 300rwhp without problems. You can run a 100-125 pretty safely if you have the proper tune and fuel support for it."
if the engine is sitting in the car an running it is a longblock...the 3.8L in shortblock form or longblock form is the same thing a 3.8L nothing changes
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I said STOCK shortblock and longblock, meaning some people have a completely stock motor and some have HCI stock bottom end cars..

Regardless of this guy trying to pick a fight for some reason OP, that isn't a dramatic amount of miles so if you want to spray go for it. Just please take caution to get a proper tune (not a pos bama tune), a larger fuel pump and some colder heat range plugs.

Side note, if you wait till it's built, there has been a 200 shot nitrous car although I forget his name.

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im done here your ignorance amazes me
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your the type of person that gives some advice to somebody and they blow the **** out of their stock motor
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You're*

If he does it the right way it wouldn't blow up, hell justin at vmp has a twin setup on his bone stock motor making 400+hp and puts down some very fast times.


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Spray it. No worries

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