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Old 11-07-2015, 09:18 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried nitrous?

Just wondering if there's any kits out there or if its ever been done


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You could use a earlier kit and use caution where you get the fuel from , dont know of anyone that has done it but dont see why it could be done and safe with a good tune

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Old 11-07-2015, 10:07 PM   #3
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Yeah the thing I'm worried about is its high compression. But I mean I wanted to do a full n/a build then have a 35 shot should make some power lol with headers intake, full exhaust and tune
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You could use a earlier kit and use caution where you get the fuel from , dont know of anyone that has done it but dont see why it could be done and safe with a good tune

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Old 11-07-2015, 11:42 PM   #4
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It's been done, one from Fl upped the ante with a dry shot/no tune to the point of destruction quite a while ago.
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It's been done, one from Fl upped the ante with a dry shot/no tune to the point of destruction quite a while ago.
Dry shot are risky compared to Wet shots...

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With the dry kit, you are relying on the injectors, MAF, and the computer to add the extra fuel required. If one of these electrical components fails, poof goes the engine.
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It was simply done totally wrong in that case.

IIRC a 50 worked without instant disaster, so he went for 100 once or twice and that ended up being fatal to the engine.
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It was simply done totally wrong in that case.

IIRC a 50 worked without instant disaster, so he went for 100 once or twice and that ended up being fatal to the engine.
Poor little engine !
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Dry shot are risky compared to Wet shots...
Nope, I think more can go wrong with a wet kit and a wet kit can kill the engine faster...this is comparing a basic wet or dry kit without optional safeguards which of course add to the expensive (but cheaper then a new engine).
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Wet kit with a standalone fuel system is probably the best bet on a DI engine i'd think.
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Either way you need to add more fuel to match, and timing should be adjusted as well as checking for proper mixture with a wide band gauge. (and more details like safety & turn on switching of various types)

Just giving it a shot of Nitrous isn't the answer.
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