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Old 06-06-2013, 11:47 PM   #1
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Nitrous on a '13 5.0

Ive been looking into Nitrous lately because I would love the power gain. But idk much about it and I'm not sure what shots are safe for my Coyote. I would like a 75 or a 100 shot? Whats safe and not safe? Do's and dont's?

Id be happy with 550 or so at the wheels.

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You would be safe with a 100 shot as long as you set it up properly and tune it right.
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You would be safe with a 100 shot as long as you set it up properly and tune it right.
When you purchase it through AM, does it come with the tuner? And if so, would i be better off having a shop tune the car or just using the tune they send?
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When you purchase it through AM, does it come with the tuner? And if so, would i be better off having a shop tune the car or just using the tune they send?
I don't think any of the NOS kits come with a tuner. If you have a mail order tune for NOS I would just make sure to data log it to be as safe as possible.
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I thought about and really leaning towards a dry kit from JMS with E85. With my gas tune I didn't feel as safe but now with E85 I really want to run nitrous just for the track. I didn't want to go with the Boss intake because I want to roush charge it but if I go with nitrous I will stay N/A and also do the 90 ford racing TB with the boss intake.
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I was thinking about the Zex Blackout System & going with a blue purge kit. 75-100 horse is safe without any plug or fuel pump upgrades. According to Zex.
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Yeah but I would at least tune it and maybe even plugs for the added insurance
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Yeah but I would at least tune it and maybe even plugs for the added insurance
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I thought about and really leaning towards a dry kit from JMS with E85. With my gas tune I didn't feel as safe but now with E85 I really want to run nitrous just for the track. I didn't want to go with the Boss intake because I want to roush charge it but if I go with nitrous I will stay N/A and also do the 90 ford racing TB with the boss intake.
Theres no sense of putting on a 90mm tb when the boss manifold is 85mm , its a waste of money the 85mm tb is perfect for it
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Yeah I know they said there is enough material to bore out the boss to fit the 90 with no adapter
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Wow really bore out the manifold huh?, im interested in that ... never knew
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I think it's even in the product details of the 90 TB
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:05 PM   #13
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I know the Bama tuner has a option for a Nitrous Tune. I would probably upgrade to Colder Plugs, but I don't think Bama has an option for an e85 tune with Nitrous, I don't even know if Nitrous & e85 are compatible.
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I don't use BAMA any more but I wouldn't know why nitrous wouldn't work with E85.
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Its been a while since Ive posted hear, i ended up not going with Nitrous at the time, but now here I am again debating on it. Im thinking of going with the NX Plate kit from AM and having a mail order tune sent to me, ill data log it to be safe. Maybe start with a small shot until i feel safe going bigger?

Also, does anyone know if that kit comes with a bottle warmer or do i have to buy that separately?

Hopefully someone responds to this old thread!

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It probably doesnt have a warmer. Try blowbyracing stage 3 kit for the whole package and tune.
Why is e85 better for nitrous?

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It probably doesnt have a warmer. Try blowbyracing stage 3 kit for the whole package and tune.
Why is e85 better for nitrous?

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Less chance of detention and runs colder I believe. If you get a tune for E85 you usually see about 15-25rwhp gains. If you plan on going E85 think about upgrading your fuel system because its hard on the fuel lines and what not.
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How much does it cost to upgrade fuel lines and what parts do i need?

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From my understand for the coyote to run e85 all u need is bigger fuel injectors & a boost a pump (not needed but recommended) & a tune.
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You do not need fuel lines to run e85 on a coyote. Stop spreading useless information
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