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Old 02-29-2016, 01:48 PM   #1
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Nitrous and other mod questions...

Long time since ive posted on here, especially since I haven't modded in a while either...

Anyway I wanted to get some honest opinions on spray kits and a little mod help. Im wanting to go twin turbo, some buddies have great kits through JMP but for the meantime ill try NO.

I want to spray and hoping for at most a 100 shot, unless I can get more out of it without blowing my engine. Any kit or help with the proper setup on this would be helpful. I also have a good hookup for ported manis and tb and wonder if that would be good if im going to be boosting in the future?

Plus I am planning on getting my LCAs put on and wonder if ill need the relocation brackets?

As far as mods go I have...

MAC LT headers
MAC O/R Prochamber
GT500 axlebacks
JLT CAI
SR springs
Koni Orange rear shocks
3.73 gears
MPT 93 Tune
I trap 108 and run 13.2 at the track

Thanks and any info going forward would be great!

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Old 02-29-2016, 02:43 PM   #2
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I have the BMR control arms non adjustable and the relocation brackets. I dont think the brackets are really needed unless you lower your car. Some say at the track lowering your control arm can improve 0-60ft.
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I have the BMR control arms non adjustable and the relocation brackets. I dont think the brackets are really needed unless you lower your car. Some say at the track lowering your control arm can improve 0-60ft.

Yeah my 60ft isn't too great, could be lower in my 1/4 and anything helps for sure. I have the Eibach Pro Adj LCAs and I have the lowering springs so I guess ill need those brackets then.
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Yeah my 60ft isn't too great, could be lower in my 1/4 and anything helps for sure. I have the Eibach Pro Adj LCAs and I have the lowering springs so I guess ill need those brackets then.
How's your wheel hop on launch? The lack of relocation brackets generally would cause more.
As RaceRed3.7 indicated, relocation brackets are typically used when lowered. To bring the angle of your LCA's back close to where they were originally. See the following explanation...

LCA Relocation Brackets Explan.docx

Also, if not already done, you should check your pinion angle.
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How's your wheel hop on launch? The lack of relocation brackets generally would cause more.
As RaceRed3.7 indicated, relocation brackets are typically used when lowered. To bring the angle of your LCA's back close to where they were originally. See the following explanation...

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Also, if not already done, you should check your pinion angle.
This word doc needs to be stickied; for a few days I have been trying to understand what the relocation bracket actually do mechanically on a lowered car and this is now being printed out and placed on my desk while I look for suspension mods, thanks a ton for the link man!
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This word doc needs to be stickied; for a few days I have been trying to understand what the relocation bracket actually do mechanically on a lowered car and this is now being printed out and placed on my desk while I look for suspension mods, thanks a ton for the link man!
I thought it was great when I first found it. I've since posted it a few times.
It's actually only a section of an article that can be found here...

Sorry but the links I have don't want to work. I'll have to attach a copy I had downloaded.

LCA Suspension Modifications and Adjustments.docx
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Yeah that actually explains a lot, thanks for that input brother

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I just sent my upper and lower manifold out yesterday to get ported. Only costs $250 and the pictures of the guys worked looked very professional! Lots of good reviews
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I think your car is janky! LOL Just messin.

Get that DS man! Your car hates you without it!
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Long time since ive posted on here, especially since I haven't modded in a while either...

Anyway I wanted to get some honest opinions on spray kits and a little mod help. Im wanting to go twin turbo, some buddies have great kits through JMP but for the meantime ill try NO.

I want to spray and hoping for at most a 100 shot, unless I can get more out of it without blowing my engine. Any kit or help with the proper setup on this would be helpful. I also have a good hookup for ported manis and tb and wonder if that would be good if im going to be boosting in the future?

Plus I am planning on getting my LCAs put on and wonder if ill need the relocation brackets?

As far as mods go I have...

MAC LT headers
MAC O/R Prochamber
GT500 axlebacks
JLT CAI
SR springs
Koni Orange rear shocks
3.73 gears
MPT 93 Tune
I trap 108 and run 13.2 at the track

Thanks and any info going forward would be great!

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I read on here somewhere ot was safe to run a 125 shot, correct me if I'm wrong


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I just sent my upper and lower manifold out yesterday to get ported. Only costs $250 and the pictures of the guys worked looked very professional! Lots of good reviews
I have a guy here for around the same price, on my to do list for sure

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Yeah its needed, especially with the hp going up

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