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Old 06-07-2015, 08:34 PM   #1
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Nitrous kit ???

Ok, so I'm interested in getting nitrous for my 2011 mustang v6. I don't know much about it other than a good tune is needed. So my question is can i do a 50 shot wet kit like this one http://www.nitrousoutlet.com/efi-wet...te-system.html , and have bama or mpt make me a tune, and also will it be safe.
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Subbing. I am interested also. The guy who did my gears recommended a nitrous setup for a cheaper alternative to FI. Kind of concerned about using this.
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If all i need is a tune and this kit it would be nice
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I cant really see on my phone, but does that kit come with new spark plugs? I was told i would need a colder spark plug for this? Someone correct me if I am wrong.

I was told copper plugs. I know with the dry nitrous you sometimes want better fuel injectors. Not sure about wet.

Also, depending on if you run a 125 shot, you will want better tires. A sudden burst of 50-75 rwhp (depending on tune and nitrous shot) can cause problems for the car's wheels spinning, etc on stock street tires.
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I don't think I would trust a bama/steeda/etc tune, have a specialist tune it on a dyno.
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My question is will it be safe to run nitrous?


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Ok, so I'm interested in getting nitrous for my 2011 mustang v6. I don't know much about it other than a good tune is needed. So my question is can i do a 50 shot wet kit like this one 2011-2014 3.7L V6 Mustang Plate System - EFI Wet Nitrous Systems , and have bama or mpt make me a tune, and also will it be safe.
a 50shot is nothing... you could probably get away with it stock...
i was spraying 100shot with an mpt tune for a good while, i'm sure Rapinator will come and say he wouldnt trust and email tune.. but tuning for nitrous isnt extremely complicated, they pull timing thats really it... you just need some colder plugs and a bottle heater...
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Subbing. I am interested also. The guy who did my gears recommended a nitrous setup for a cheaper alternative to FI. Kind of concerned about using this.
nitrous is easy and fun... just do your research first
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If all i need is a tune and this kit it would be nice
tune plugs and a bottle heater is all you really need...
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I cant really see on my phone, but does that kit come with new spark plugs? I was told i would need a colder spark plug for this? Someone correct me if I am wrong.

I was told copper plugs. I know with the dry nitrous you sometimes want better fuel injectors. Not sure about wet.

Also, depending on if you run a 125 shot, you will want better tires. A sudden burst of 50-75 rwhp (depending on tune and nitrous shot) can cause problems for the car's wheels spinning, etc on stock street tires.
it doesnt come with spark plugs... i ran ngk TR7's with a NOS fogger kit i wouldnt run a dry kit either... wet kits are a little more simple and safer in my opinion..

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it will be fine.. i'd recommend a dyno tune for anything over a 100 shot though
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Ok thank you i just didnt want to dyno tune for a 50 shot thats all
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Ok thank you i just didnt want to dyno tune for a 50 shot thats all
for a 50shot an email tune will be fine... but chances are you wont stay at a 50shot very long trust me lol
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its important to understand the difference between a dry and wet shot, and thats where understanding the differences in tuning comes in.

Dry shot just sprays the nitrous with no fuel, so its imperative to have the tune adjust the fueling for the added oxygen. I would not trust this to an email tune, but dry shots are rare now days.

Wet shots include a means of injecting additional fuel along with the nitrous. The amount of each is determined by what sized "jet" you choose to run, and no tune will help a poorly jetted car. Having your jets set correctly is more important than having a tune set correctly at this point, because that is essentially beyond the tuners control. Aside from that, it is essentially just adjusting the timing to soften the instant hit of the nitrous.


Aside from the basics, the sky is the limit, do you want a bottle warmer, remote opener, RPM window switch, button, wot switch .... each of these devices is a good idea, but understand that everything you install is an additional point of failure, so you'll need to put a lot of time and research into these parts.
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There are some nitrous kits that don't require any upgrades at all like the NOS sniper kit some people don't run tunes for it either but I am, just to be safe with a Bama tune
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There are some nitrous kits that don't require any upgrades at all like the NOS sniper kit some people don't run tunes for it either but I am, just to be safe with a Bama tune

Do you run the kit?
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