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Old 05-07-2014, 09:34 AM   #1
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NITROUSSSS

Pros and cons of nitrous ?? How much for complete setup ?? How to run safe.. And I mean safe not borderline.. And how much power would it give me?? Stupid question , but can you here anything when the nitrous kicks in like when the turbos spool?
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Setup can range from $400- $4,000+
safe is #1 a good tune
Good kit
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Power depends on the jets you use. Could be 40hp- 400+ depends on you and your budget / motor.

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I wanna beat a 5.0 that's tuned and intake.
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And I'm new to nitrous so how does everything work. And can't something blow up or something ?? Would rather learn from people on the forum rather than google.
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I wanna beat a 5.0 that's tuned and intake.
150 shot at the least

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That's dangerous isn't it??
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That's dangerous isn't it??
It will put your stock piston/ rods to the test, out for sure. With a good tune you should be fine. And a plate kit

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Nothing will blow up besides a motor with a crappy tune or to much on stock motor.

If you are new to it, then you need to start small. Also make sure your suspension and tires are up to the task.
Also will need to loose your cats

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You ever ridden in a car with nitrous what does it feel like when it engages?? Is it a sh#% your pants kind of feeling ? Lol

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I thought the bottles could blow ??
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You ever ridden in a car with nitrous what does it feel like when it engages?? Is it a sh#% your pants kind of feeling ? Lol

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I thought the bottles could blow ??

It sounds like you've heard about all the myths of nitrous. Nitrous is perfectly safe if set up and tuned right.
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You ever ridden in a car with nitrous what does it feel like when it engages?? Is it a sh#% your pants kind of feeling ? Lol

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I thought the bottles could blow ??
yes a few times lol.

The bottle has a safety release valve that will open up at around 1500psi.

The actual bottle blowing up is due to old bottles with faulty valves.

Fast and the furious lies. Nitrous is not flammable

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Oh gotcha! I wonder how much a tune would be. And if A dealer would know I ran nitrous 😂
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Oh gotcha! I wonder how much a tune would be. And if A dealer would know I ran nitrous 😂
Yes they will know. Regardless BC of the car being tuned.
Tune for nitrous is $400-600 depending on where you go.
Like I said though. You will need suspension. Tires and delete your cats

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On top of Rapinators list, also I would recommend one stage colder plugs (unless you are spraying more than 100, if more then 2 stage colder) and a wideband if your car doesn't already have one.
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You ever ridden in a car with nitrous what does it feel like when it engages?? Is it a sh#% your pants kind of feeling ? Lol

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I thought the bottles could blow ??
I have my 100 shot on a wide open throttle switch, so when it on and I floor it, it IS a ***** your pants feeling comparing with/without nitrous.
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My friend has a 150 shot set-up. It depends on what you mean by s#*t your pants feeling. It's not like your car has engaged in warp speed and everything blurs like in the Fast&Furious movies. It's like your car has gained the extra HP, and is accelerating faster because of it. It is definitely a noticeable boost. Your car will not blow up from having nitrous unless you are an idiot. If you don't follow directions or proper safety procedures, you up the chance of a malfunction happening. Get a professional to install and set-up if you are uneasy about doing it yourself (if you haven't done it before, I recommend not doing it yourself). As previously stated in this thread, nitrous will not magically ignite when you get into a fender bender. The only way that s$*t is igniting is if you literally blow your car up with a grenade or something.
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Now the reason it is illegal to have a bottle in your car is BC, if you get in a accident and there is a fire. The nitrous will fuel it even more

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Here you go, some good times here...



Leave this stuff to the experts.
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Leave this stuff to the experts.

Most people only hear about bad nitrous stories because of videos like this. It's just as likely to blow up a car with a supercharger or turbocharger.
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i'm going to have to strongly disagree with you here my friend... you do realize how much RWTQ nitrous makes right?? I'm not just talking outta my *** here I've sprayed the 3.7 and I know what it can do.. the 3.7 on a 75hit will be a good race with a bolt on and tuned 5.0.. 150shot is just absurd
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Yes they will know. Regardless BC of the car being tuned.
Tune for nitrous is $400-600 depending on where you go.
Like I said though. You will need suspension. Tires and delete your cats

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also you wont really need a dyno tune unless you spray over a 100shot most places can tune for nitrous with just a data log.. all they really do is pull a few degrees of timing, I was spraying a 100shot on a MPT nitrous tune paid $125 for it. Landtosea is spraying a 150 shot on a lund tune..
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i'm going to have to strongly disagree with you here my friend... you do realize how much RWTQ nitrous makes right?? I'm not just talking outta my *** here I've sprayed the 3.7 and I know what it can do.. the 3.7 on a 75hit will be a good race with a bolt on and tuned 5.0.. 150shot is just absurd
I know about nitrous. As my car was spraying as much hp as your car comes with from the factory.

And I promise you, a 3.7 with a 75 shot will not be a good race with a full Bolton tuned 5.0.

I'm far from new to nitrous. And I would not recommend a nitrous tune via email to anyone.



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I know about nitrous. As my car was spraying as much hp as your car comes with from the factory.

And I promise you, a 3.7 with a 75 shot will not be a good race with a full Bolton tuned 5.0.

I'm far from new to nitrous. And I would not recommend a nitrous tune via email to anyone.



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Most people only hear about bad nitrous stories because of videos like this. It's just as likely to blow up a car with a supercharger or turbocharger.
I know but every time a read a thread like this it makes me think of things like this. People who have little knowledge or experience with NOS should be extra, extra careful. Its called laughing gas but it aint funny when **** goes bad...
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I know but every time a read a thread like this it makes me think of things like this. People who have little knowledge or experience with NOS should be extra, extra careful. Its called laughing gas but it aint funny when **** goes bad...

That's exactly what this type of thread is for. To educate, it's good to ask as many questions as possible to get familiar with it before actually doing anything.
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If you're not 100% comfortable with nitrous and the possibilities/dangers that come associated with it, DON'T GET IT. It's that simple. Yes, when used properly and safely, it is a fun option for your car. If used incorrectly or improperly it can be very dangerous. So can a super charger, turbo, heck, even if you put headers on your car and don't put them on right that can be dangerous. You're driving a few thousand pound giant piece of metal upwards of 70 MPH with 400+ horses under the hood every day. That sounds pretty dangerous. Everything is a risk, just follow the proper procedures and you will be fine
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If you're not 100% comfortable with nitrous and the possibilities/dangers that come associated with it, DON'T GET IT. It's that simple. Yes, when used properly and safely, it is a fun option for your car. If used incorrectly or improperly it can be very dangerous. So can a super charger, turbo, heck, even if you put headers on your car and don't put them on right that can be dangerous. You're driving a few thousand pound giant piece of metal upwards of 70 MPH with 400+ horses under the hood every day. That sounds pretty dangerous. Everything is a risk, just follow the proper procedures and you will be fine
Agreed, ANYTHING can be dangerous. Nitrous just has a bad rep from all the idiots who throw it on and spray a ton without any tuning, WOT switch or purge and end up blowing up their car.
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Where can I get a nitrous kit for a 2011 3.7
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2011-2014 3.7L V6 Mustang Hard-line Plate System - Ford Systems - EFI Wet Nitrous Systems

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Still need a window switch, bottle warmer, remote opener (if needed), blow down tube and purge.
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Nitrous itself is inert and not flammable and will not feed a fire. Another "fast and furious" myth.
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When it breaks down it releases more oxygen though. And that will feed a fire.
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At around 570F nitrous will split into nitrogen and oxygen.

Once this happens, if there is enough fuel, the oxygen added from the nitrous will create an explosion or a much more intense fire.

You can watch something like this -

The issue with this test is that nitrous will need fuel to feed the flame with more oxygen, otherwise as this video shows, without more fuel, the nitrous (more the oxygen in it) will simply suffocate the flame.
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Nitrous itself is inert and not flammable and will not feed a fire. Another "fast and furious" myth.
Not a myth buddy. Like I said b4 I'm not new to this. I know what I'm saying. It will feed a fire.

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