Thinking about nitrous...

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by 68mustang5.0, May 16, 2007.

  1. 68mustang5.0

    68mustang5.0 Active Member

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    I have a decent amount of bolt ons on my 98, and now i wanna try something different: Nitrous!

    What are some good kits out there? Will it severely damage my motor if i really abuse it? I only plan to use it once in a great while. I was looking on american muscle and saw the NX EFI plate kit for the 96-04 2 valves. Is that a good kit?

    Also, any advice and help would be appreciated! Thanks! :)
     
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    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    As long as you stay within limits of 75-100 shot you would be ok...getting a window(rpm) switch will help with keeping your car together.
     
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    yeah, i was thinking of running a 75 shot at max...what kits would you reccommend?
     
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    Hows the NX EFI plate kit i mentioned before? Only 580 bucks!
     
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    i've heard nothing but good about the DynoTune nitros kit. Its really cheap and i hear its one of the best standard kit that you can get.

    So a 125 shot wouldn't be good for my car huh? If i got it thats what i would throw on there but i think i would have a separate tune just for nitros though.
     
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    i wouldn't run nitrous without getting a tune, i have heard of people doing it, but i would never do it...

    and a window switch isn't needed as much for an auto as it is for a manual...i would spend the money on a bottle warmer first. O0
     
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    i'd get a window on mine for sure. That way you wouldn't activate it one launch and break your tires loose. Wait untill its going and then kick in about 3k or 3.5k >:D
     
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    Dynotune kit here :)
     
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    i have a 98 GT also and i had the dry kit and im about to convert is to wet, but man this thing was great to use. It was easy to install and just make sure you get all the extras like fuel pressure reg, window switch and so forth