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Old 05-08-2016, 05:18 PM   #71
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What am I loosing up top. My car already ran 150 mph

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I said nitrous wasn't forced induction...nothing about turbo. You are dumber than I thought.


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Per the topic of forced introduction and my being dumber than you thought. I say Nitrous is a form of F.I
I don't know what other people consider it to be, but if you think about the term, it seems appropriate.

Naturally aspirated means that the motor is breathing naturally - i.e. it is taking in air without any help from added devices.

Forced induction means that there is some other device, forcing air into the motor. A nitrous kit has a fuel component and an nitrous component. The nitrous component is made up of nitrogen (a cryogenic freezing gas) and oxygen (air). The nitrogen part is the equivalent of an intercooler or aftercooler used on blowers and turbos. The oxygen compoent is forced into the motor from a pressurized bottle. Similarly, a supercharger has an added accessory that runs of the crank pulley forcing air into the motor and a turbo has a turbine in the*exhaust*that spins and forces air into the motor.

So, although nitrous is different from blowers or turbos, all three force air into the motor and are therefore types of forced induction.




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Per the topic of forced introduction and my being dumber than you thought. I say Nitrous is a form of F.I
I don't know what other people consider it to be, but if you think about the term, it seems appropriate.

Naturally aspirated means that the motor is breathing naturally - i.e. it is taking in air without any help from added devices.

Forced induction means that there is some other device, forcing air into the motor. A nitrous kit has a fuel component and an nitrous component. The nitrous component is made up of nitrogen (a cryogenic freezing gas) and oxygen (air). The nitrogen part is the equivalent of an intercooler or aftercooler used on blowers and turbos. The oxygen compoent is forced into the motor from a pressurized bottle. Similarly, a supercharger has an added accessory that runs of the crank pulley forcing air into the motor and a turbo has a turbine in the*exhaust*that spins and forces air into the motor.

So, although nitrous is different from blowers or turbos, all three force air into the motor and are therefore types of forced induction.




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Exactly, how do you think I found my cool stickers for my car?, So in turn nitrous can be considered a form of F.I. Now, just say you are sorry for being wrong, I accept and let's move on to another debate of the 3.7.

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540 hp tq 470 at 7 pounds. My tune is a little dicey, but It goes in next week for arh headers, meth injection and a smaller pulley. I'm hoping to get it dialed in after those mods.


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That's decent for 7lbs. auto or manual ? P1 head unit?


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On a side note, the C7 is the hottest sports car on the market right now!

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That's decent for 7lbs. auto or manual ? P1 head unit?


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P1 head unit and a8. Do you have a vette? Have you ever tuned to e85 in a f/I application?


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Not trying to troll. Just curious. But clearly I pressed a hot button because all the entire v6 crew came out of the woodwork.

All I'm saying is that brand new...comparing a new v6 and adding the procharger cost and accompanying mods vs a new base gt, there is basically no difference in price.

There's a huge difference in price unless you get a high mileage gt that's what these guys are trying to tell you. If your trying to trade in your nice sixxer for a gt of equal mileage and one that's well taken care of. Your looking to pay at least 10k, notice how I said at least.
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I have a 88 c4 I'm building lol.
And yes I have.

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Of course there's a price difference if you trade your car in, you will always get less than if you trade in ANYTHING, compared to selling it.

Had I sold my sixxer, I would've gotten 3k more.


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Per the topic of forced introduction and my being dumber than you thought. I say Nitrous is a form of F.I
I don't know what other people consider it to be, but if you think about the term, it seems appropriate.

Naturally aspirated means that the motor is breathing naturally - i.e. it is taking in air without any help from added devices.

Forced induction means that there is some other device, forcing air into the motor. A nitrous kit has a fuel component and an nitrous component. The nitrous component is made up of nitrogen (a cryogenic freezing gas) and oxygen (air). The nitrogen part is the equivalent of an intercooler or aftercooler used on blowers and turbos. The oxygen compoent is forced into the motor from a pressurized bottle. Similarly, a supercharger has an added accessory that runs of the crank pulley forcing air into the motor and a turbo has a turbine in the*exhaust*that spins and forces air into the motor.

So, although nitrous is different from blowers or turbos, all three force air into the motor and are therefore types of forced induction.




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Wait...you copy and pasted that from a corvette forum lol. I remember seeing that.


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Wait...you copy and pasted that from a corvette forum lol. I remember seeing that.


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Yes I did! That helped me coroberate my thoughts about Nitrious being a form of F.I.! Technical form of F.I.

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Anyone can change their steering wheel and gauges, show us some burnouts to prove you're legit.
I'm still really hurt about the middle finger jester. After all, we were having such a nice debate and then he gone ruined it by being so mean.

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Well, he's had that picture for a while. Wasn't taken today.


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Well, he's had that picture for a while. Wasn't taken today.


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Hummmm, A fake finger not his! Ha ha

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It's his. When he bought it; people didn't believe it. So flip off it is.


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Maybe he's taking his cobra to the plastic surgeon for a penis extension consultation? Lots of bragging about his high hp performance vehicles... hmmmmmmmmmm
Ba ha ha ha ha. I'm still waiting for an apology from Mc d bag about the nitrous set up not being a form of F.I. Not forced air but forced oxygen so its a form of F.I. 😉

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Hey bro, to get this thread off subject... I am STILL messing with my scoop. I just ordered a .125" flat sheet of rubber to see if I can make a "gasket" for it. I hate the tape!

I think you may need to just suck it up and pop on a new hood with a scoop molded in. Hahaha. The rubber will be better than nothing but anything not "stuck" to the surface of the hood will move around and collect dirt and dust that will eventually rub it raw.
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I think you may need to just suck it up and pop on a new hood with a scoop molded in. Hahaha. The rubber will be better than nothing but anything not "stuck" to the surface of the hood will move around and collect dirt and dust that will eventually rub it raw.
Damn you Oxford!!! lol jk

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It's his. When he bought it; people didn't believe it. So flip off it is.


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Bragging in a V6 forum about his bug guns none the less... What, did he get banned from the boy scouts cart racing forum so this is the best he could do?

Hey you started it bud. You said I couldn't afford to mid my expensive GT.


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I know when I was younger buying a brand new or even nice used V8 was not an option. The insurance if you could get it was more than the car payment. In fact a young guy on his own In MD pretty much had to get State Insurance which is Expensive as hell on a performance car. Unless you bought an old one you could pay cash for and carry just liability. So I'm sure it's no better nowadays.


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I know when I was younger buying a brand new or even nice used V8 was not an option. The insurance if you could get it was more than the car payment. In fact a young guy on his own In MD pretty much had to get State Insurance which is Expensive as hell on a performance car. Unless you bought an old one you could pay cash for and carry just liability. So I'm sure it's no better nowadays.


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That makes sense and those were the things I was wondering. Everyone seems to get so offended about me asking why they wanted a v6.

I get some of the reasons...but buying a loaded v6 and then modded it all to hell is just crazy. Those are usually the people that get crazy offended when people ask why they got a loaded v6.



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Gotta put my 2 cents. Has nothing to do with op question. In fact most of this thread has nothing to offer the op. I used to post regularly. Been quiet for a while. This forum is filled with nonsense. I was excited when I first joined cause I was learning a lot from experienced members. In fact if it wasn't for mevo my car wouldn't be the way it is. Some ppl in here really ruin it for ppl like me. Just cause I've been silent doesn't mean I'm not lurking. A lot of bull***** going on folks. Let's act like grown men and talk about grown men *****. Leave the baby ***** in pre k and Happy Mother's Day to all the moms!!!


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That makes sense and those were the things I was wondering. Everyone seems to get so offended about me asking why they wanted a v6.

I get some of the reasons...but buying a loaded v6 and then modded it all to hell is just crazy. Those are usually the people that get crazy offended when people ask why they got a loaded v6.



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Yeah some are pretty defensive about it. But then again I know when I had a V6 it gets old hearing people ask if it's a V8 or telling you should have gotten one. So some get pissed and go on a crusade. Me I just enjoyed my V6 until I was 25 and then I got a 99 Ram Air WS6 Firebird Formula.


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Yeah some are pretty defensive about it. But then again I know when I had a V6 it gets old hearing people ask if it's a V8 or telling you should have gotten one. So some get pissed and go on a crusade. Me I just enjoyed my V6 until I was 25 and then I got a 99 Ram Air WS6 Firebird Formula.


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Yeah i get it. I feel like I was respectful about asking and I never initially said that people should or shouldn't get a v6. I simply wanted to know why people choose the v6 procharged route vs a gt. It personally didn't make sense to me, so I wanted to see what others point of view were.


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That makes sense and those were the things I was wondering. Everyone seems to get so offended about me asking why they wanted a v6.

I get some of the reasons...but buying a loaded v6 and then modded it all to hell is just crazy. Those are usually the people that get crazy offended when people ask why they got a loaded v6.



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Buying a loaded V6, 3.7 and modifying it with performance mods to hell is just crazy to you! What's your thought on people buying loaded 4.6's and modifying them to hell! Is that just crazy as hell too?

Why do people buy 4.6 V8's and modify the hell out of them? Majority of the 4.6's are slower than the 3.7 V6's and the 10 GT is near identical performance.

So based on your logic, performance modifying the 4.6 is crazy as hell too!

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Buying a loaded V6, 3.7 and modifying it with performance mods to hell is just crazy to you! What's your thought on people buying loaded 4.6's and modifying them to hell! Is that just crazy as hell too?

Why do people buy 4.6 V8's and modify the hell out of them? Sounds like a big waste too me! Majority of the 4.6's are slower than the 3.7's and the 10 GT is near identical in 1/4 mile and 0-60 mph times.

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Yes! Coyote or nothing.
Fair enough, So those 4.6 owners are bat **** crazy as well for modifying their mustangs.

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