Originally Posted by Roushturboedzx3
Who says that have to know about your spraying? you don't need to purge it at the line. and you can hide the bottle.
I wouldn't even try to attempt that, especially if it's a NHRA track. If you hide it and they do find it, banishment for life. NHRA tracks are really strict about nitrous. Even a 14 or 15 second car with spray has to have a SFI 3.2A/1 jacket and a helmet at minimum. If they catch you with it and you aren't wearing that, see ya.
Bullwinklesauce (can't remember how to spell his username so I had some fun
) doesn't have that issue at Bradenton since it's an IHRA track.
As for the consistent 16.4s, all I have to say is bracket race right meow!!!
Those times are pretty good for a 2.0L auto. My best bone stock to include stock air filter and stock exhaust was a 16.62. I went straight turbo from bone stock so I never ran it with a cold air.