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Old 09-20-2012, 04:33 PM   #1
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So I've always been against nitrous but my friend brought it up joking around and it's been stuck in my head. I know it's a bad idea but seeing what you guys think
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Old 09-20-2012, 05:00 PM   #2
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Nitrous„ good juice
Fun
Fast
Wet kit
Nitrous,, bad juice
Harmful
Explosive
Dry kit

All in all if your careful and respect it you should be good.
It's like a bacon cheese burger, there so good you want one every day but if you did you could blow an artery
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I like your analogy butch.. its true though my buddy ran nitrous for two years almost every friday night at the track in his 5.0 with hypertectic pistons and never had a problem...
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It all depends on how often and how much of a shot you hit it with. I wouldn't do more than a 150 shot on a stock motor but if you do the set up right you can get some nice power for the money
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He was doing a 200 shot on stock bottom end with edelbrock heads and intake and im not sure his cam but man that thing hauled ***
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I have 180000 miles on a stock 2v I've been spraying 100 shoot for 2 years , its all about the tune !
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I have 180000 miles on a stock 2v I've been spraying 100 shoot for 2 years , its all about the tune !
Can you do the tune with a tuner or does it have to be syno
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tuner call up bama tell them your set up what brand kit what shot and tell you what plugs to run. 2 steps colder
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Sweet now when I order it how do I chose which shot or does it have to be tuned to it
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you get diffrent jets to go in the nozzle you can switch shots easy go with a 100wet just tell them that when you call to give them info for the tune
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Ahhh the jets i was at the track racing a friend and he got me by a hair twice... the third race after a jet change i got him by more then a hair lol.... nos is fun
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Sweet now when I order it how do I chose which shot or does it have to be tuned to it
Get it dyno tuned its the best way , the dyno guys dyno nitrous cars every day the now best call them up before you go and they will tell you what plugs to run and how much of to gap them , I ran ngk tr6 plugs gaped at 33 , they will tell you to get a bigger fuel pump, but you should be fine with just a 100 shoot on stock fuel delivery , there is a minimum fuel pressure but I forgot what it is
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