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Old 03-02-2012, 02:03 PM   #1
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75 shot Q

I am wondering if a 75 shot or less could do any bad damage to my motor, or if it ain't Evan worth it. Jus came it to my head and I am thinking bout doing it unless yall convince me not to...idk nothing bout it
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On 5 speed cars I know folks that shoot 125-150 above 3k. Don't know anyone spraying on an auto.
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Old 03-02-2012, 03:28 PM   #3
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As long as you don't go over a 150 shot should be fine. Especially with automatic.

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Just keep this in mind about 75 horses most pol will spend $1500 or more for 50-75 horses with aluminum heads. A 75 shot of nitrous is what $350-$400 and can be adjusted up to 150 shot with changing of jets. As long as everything is tuned right yea nitrous is the best bang for the buck for a few more ponies
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As long as you don't go over a 150 shot should be fine. Especially with automatic.

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Just keep this in mind about 75 horses most pol will spend $1500 or more for 50-75 horses with aluminum heads. A 75 shot of nitrous is what $350-$400 and can be adjusted up to 150 shot with changing of jets. As long as everything is tuned right yea nitrous is the best bang for the buck for a few more ponies
What do u mean by tuned right? All I have is a chip tuned for my boltons and what not...will I need to get a nother tune for spary?
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Old 03-02-2012, 05:26 PM   #5
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For max benefit of the spray, short answer is yes. That's what's great about the SCT 4bank you can have as many as 7 tunes at the tips of your finger. As for the tune it self don't know any specifics but you probably want the initial timing cut back and extra fuel and some slightly colder plugs to maximize the spray.
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For max benefit of the spray, short answer is yes. That's what's great about the SCT 4bank you can have as many as 7 tunes at the tips of your finger. As for the tune it self don't know any specifics but you probably want the initial timing cut back and extra fuel and some slightly colder plugs to maximize the spray.
Allright...what are some good kits. All I'm seeing is $600.
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If it were me I'd buy a Zex wet kit. Zex has the tps system that works off throttle position. Supposed to be the 'safest' kit around.
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If it were me I'd buy a Zex wet kit. Zex has the tps system that works off throttle position. Supposed to be the 'safest' kit around.
It's expensive lol
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When I had my automatic I had NOS system but since I got my fox I was looking at all the kits. Summit has one but it's online only or you can call them it's a nitrous express mainline $399.52

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With nos it's also a good idea to invest In a mastermind kit by either NOS or edelbrock. Jacobs use to have one but I believe NOS bought it. The kits not required but is a good investment when running nitrous often
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It's expensive lol
The best parts generally are
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What about stock pistons? Can it be done or will they get destroyed
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Stock pistons will hold up to some spray but wouldn't go over 150 shot with stock bottom in
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Yeah...its a lil outa price rangr...think ill Jus be buying sone slicks instead and some other misc parts...thanx for all info good to know
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Check out Compucar. I had one of these on my cavalier back in the day. It's a dry kit. The bottle comes in a bag and you run the hose straight to the air filter and there ya go. It runs like 250 bucks and you can up to a 150 shot I think. Changing the jets take to seconds and you don't even have to pop the hood. Button hooks right to the cigarette lighter. It was pretty fun!
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Re: 75 shot Q

My .02 if you care to hear it.

1. Make sure you have a local place to get it refilled.
I have seen several friends buy a kit, use the first bottle then decide the 60 mile trip to get it refilled is a PITA and sell their kit for a loss.


2. Buy a wet kit. It is a lot safer than the dry kit which either depends upon your car's computer to richen up the mixture or you get no additional fuel at all.


3. Bottles are for babies, get blown instead.
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