GOING NOS

Discussion in 'Forced Induction & Tuning' started by Demolisher, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. Demolisher

    Demolisher Active Member

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    Ok my frined is selling me a nos kit everything included for 175 is that a bad deal? another ? he olny has the jets for 150 175 is there a way to buy smaller jets to go to a 75 shot or even a 50 if so how much would they be? could this hurt my motor in anyway? do i have to upgrade anything for my lil 75 shot? do i really need to purge? what kind of aftermarket gauges should i get like air fuel ratio etc. plz help me guys i dont wanna blow my motor :santa_huh: and i no its lots of ? but i need help :help2:
     
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    also is it bad that its a nos dry kit?
     
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    Demolisher Active Member

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    lol another ? WHAT DO i have to do after i buy the kit like get it tuned for a 75 shot or bump up the time etc.?
     
  4. 19mustang95

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    to run nitrous you need to get it tuned to run the nitrous and get colder plugs...i wouldnt buy a dry kit, because it has a much better cgance of hurting thre motor...if you read the nitrous thing on here, that should have answered your ?s...
     
  5. bigjohnson4.6gt

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    dry shots are safer than running a wet shot because puddles can form from wet shots (its a rare occasion), although there are different opinions about both, if you go to the company who makes the Nos you can get smaller jets from them
     
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    there may be downsides to both, but i would take a wet kit over a dry kit any day.....there is a much greater chance of you running lean on a dry kit.
     
  7. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Well you'll wanna get a bottle pressure gauge, you don't wanna run out of gas while your spraying it.
    detonation is bad on the stock assembly.
     
  8. bigjohnson4.6gt

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    what kind of nitrous kit is it. After spring im getting a Zex dry shot, its the easiest to install (out of everything ive seen), and its got a module that doesnt let it run too rich or too lean