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Old 12-20-2013, 05:47 PM   #1
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I just got a zex wet nitrous system for my 07 gt, how high of a shot should I run if im only using it once a month? And also what else do I need to run safely?
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You need new spark plugs, 2 step colder if it's a 100 shot or more and a tune would help to
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I just got a zex wet nitrous system for my 07 gt, how high of a shot should I run if im only using it once a month? And also what else do I need to run safely?
Do a 75 shot only use 100 if you really wanna beat the guy next too you.
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What about a 175shot? What would I need to run that, if im only using it rarely?
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What about a 175shot? What would I need to run that, if im only using it rarely?
A forged bottom end probably lol
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What would that cost?
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Old 12-20-2013, 08:15 PM   #7
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What would that cost?
A good rotating assembly is about $2, 000 and then install is about $2, 000

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But the car should be safe to a very high hp level. Nitrous is nothing at that point, you can throw a blower or turbo in and make stupid horsepower
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What about a 175shot? What would I need to run that, if im only using it rarely?
Kaboom
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What about a 175shot? What would I need to run that, if im only using it rarely?
On stock bottom end you'll probably blow the engine & you'll need to upgrade your fuel system to run a 175. You can run a 100 or 125. Go with ford racing 0 degree plugs (NGK 7554, part#) they are made for nitrous & boost. & definitely get a tune for nitrous. I was running a 100 for a couple months & recently bumped up to 125. Feels GOOD! 55k miles, full bolt ons & cam.
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What about a 175shot? What would I need to run that, if im only using it rarely?
There goes the rings. Forge it for that big of a shot
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:59 AM   #11
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Fuel system, GOOD dyno tune, window switch setup, colder plugs and a 125 shot. PROPERLY running nitrous is not as big a deal as ppl think. You will not hurt your motor if you have a good tune and a proper setup. You can run a good setup every weekend and have 0 issues or a crap setup once and blow the whole thing up.
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