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Old 03-24-2015, 09:53 PM   #1
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Ive never played with nos before im considering putting it on my 06 gt but i want to get schooled up first before i decide. id like to hear what you guys know about it is it safe for the car and me? What are mods i should have before i put now? What is everyone experience with it. Yhanks guys

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Well to start get the name right then we can talk.

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Oh wow, I didn't know we were still getting butthurt when people say "nos" instead of nitrous. Don't you dare say Kleenex or Band-aid when you really mean tissue or bandage either OP!!

With a good tune, colder spark plugs, and the window switch it is very safe. Wet shot even more so than dry. Just stay under 450 hp on stock internals and make sure someone in your area refills nitrous lol.


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Oh wow, I didn't know we were still getting butthurt when people say "nos" instead of nitrous. Don't you dare say Kleenex or Band-aid when you really mean tissue or bandage either OP!!

With a good tune, colder spark plugs, and the window switch it is very safe. Wet shot even more so than dry. Just stay under 450 hp on stock internals and make sure someone in your area refills nitrous lol.


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Nobody is but hurt. Just use the proper name.
Or listen to this person who looks at Google and repeats other people's ****

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"Nos" is an actual brand. Not a universal name for Nitrous.

That's like saying "I want to get a Camaro" when instead you mean "I want to get a muscle car". Very different meaning.




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Old 03-25-2015, 10:37 AM   #7
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Nos- nitrous oxide system

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It's actually "Nitrous Oxide Systems" (with the S at the end) Which is a brand. Take a look at the trademarks
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Or nitrous oxide witch is just the gas used. But im not here to argue the name just need info thanks

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The fast and the furious is to blame for this, just as it being flammable also. All to blame to the fast and furious

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Old 03-25-2015, 10:50 AM   #11
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I know nos is a specific brand but inside every bottle there is the same gas and its a type of system right? Hence a nitrous oxide system.

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Nitrous

Well, instead of having a debate on the correct vernacular we should focus on the topic. Do you two having anything else to add/change to my advice? I'm hardly experienced in nitrous at all, as rap pointed out (I think? Lol)

We all knew what he meant. Withholding advice until someone changes their wording is laughable at best.


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First things first.
Auto or manual ?
How much are you looking to spray?
What are your current mods?

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Old 03-25-2015, 02:33 PM   #14
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Im looking to spray about 75-100 most of my mods are all suspension except for long tube headers o/r H pipe and 4:10 gears om also getting it tuned in the next week or so. And it has a manual transmission.

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509pony,
I don't know that much about it either, heck back when I used to build engines we could stand in the bay and change spark plugs in under 10 mins. And rejet the carb if needed. . I would say, all considered 75-100 shot should be safe. I would call a reputable dealer and ask questions. Tell him you've never run Nitrious before and he should help you. In the meantime read, read, and read some more. Good luck man!
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100 shot with a good tune you'll be okay
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With a 100 shot, about how much would it cost to go from 40 to 130? I know the initial install is cheap but after a while isn't the cost fairly high?

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I don't understand your question
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Sorry, I plan on keeping my car for a while, so I'm worried that the cost of a bottle will eventually be more than FI. I've always heard you can get 6 passes on a 100 shot, would you agree with that? If I do decide to get install a nitrous oxide kit onto my car it will probably be for playing around on a empty highway, I don't see myself going to a track. Would I be better of saving up for FI?

Sorry I don't want to hijack your thread 509pony, just had a quick question.
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Ahh no worries i like coming on here and reading about different things so the more knowledge i can obtain the better.

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I'm Not a Nitrious owner. Last time I went FI.
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Sorry, I plan on keeping my car for a while, so I'm worried that the cost of a bottle will eventually be more than FI. I've always heard you can get 6 passes on a 100 shot, would you agree with that? If I do decide to get install a nitrous oxide kit onto my car it will probably be for playing around on a empty highway, I don't see myself going to a track. Would I be better of saving up for FI?

Sorry I don't want to hijack your thread 509pony, just had a quick question.

What??? I've had so many bottles go through my engine at 100 shot and nothing has gone boom
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It's not the boom that I'm worried about. It's the long term cost. I'm afraid that by the time I've ran several bottles I will have spent the same amount as going FI. I'm not sure why I'm having such a hard time forming a good question. Lol Sorry guys.

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40 to fill 10lbs here in CA
And you don't have to spray all the time
It's your pick on what you want like I always say
" what are your intentions with the car"?
Fun? Compete? Hobby? It all cames to play at the end how much money your willing to spend.
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