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08-17-2012 01:54 AM
koke'sfocus Hey totally forgot to look back at this thread hope fully I didnt made any damage I didn't running that much too like 2 bottles refills and that was it my engine is still pulling strong I'm ditching the nitrous to get my turbo kit done



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No, I never ran boost. IDK, all power to ya if it's working for you with no damage or lose of compression.

But I just never want to take the risk. Maybe if I see you pull your motor apart one day, and I see no evidence of the spray at all, then I'd change my mind about juice.

BTW: Cause everyone and their mother has probably asked you..... Who tuned it?
08-11-2012 04:12 AM
Djzx3 No, I never ran boost. IDK, all power to ya if it's working for you with no damage or lose of compression.

But I just never want to take the risk. Maybe if I see you pull your motor apart one day, and I see no evidence of the spray at all, then I'd change my mind about juice.

BTW: Cause everyone and their mother has probably asked you..... Who tuned it?
08-11-2012 01:52 AM
koke'sfocus And have u ever run nitrous? Well I know its dangerous if not tune or running a big shot but no I'm not running a big shot even biwinkelsas used to run a 75shot without tune only the tune for i/h/e im he never had problems I'm been running nitrous for a while now and never had any problems but the altitude here sucks so I need boost :)




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If you think nitrous is not going to do anything to your motor, then I must have not seen right on other threads of guys running 75 shot, and there piston had a hole right in the center of it when they took it apart.

It's just my opinion, but I've seen atleast three threads about it in my 2-3 years of hanging out on here.


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08-10-2012 11:05 PM
Djzx3 If you think nitrous is not going to do anything to your motor, then I must have not seen right on other threads of guys running 75 shot, and there piston had a hole right in the center of it when they took it apart.

It's just my opinion, but I've seen atleast three threads about it in my 2-3 years of hanging out on here.
08-10-2012 03:06 AM
koke'sfocus
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Lose the juice before you ruin a D23.

I don't think I got to explain what it will eventually do?
Going turbo ;) no need to worry pal, and a tune engine with a nitrous kit is as reliable as a turbo I don't know what u mean with the "eventually do"
08-09-2012 07:39 PM
Djzx3 Lose the juice before you ruin a D23.

I don't think I got to explain what it will eventually do?
08-07-2012 09:34 PM
koke'sfocus d-23 #9 2005/ zx4 st 5 speed










07-28-2012 12:54 AM
Djzx3
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If you would have told me that you were going to place blue wheels on a yellow car I would say thats horrible. But it looks great on your car. I want that blue color.

It's rustoleum metallic blue.

And since it's "technically" my GF's car, that she got lucky as hell when she went looking for a car three years ago.

She picked it, at first I said IDK hunny, but since it was her car, I said I'll put W/E you want on it, but it has grown on me, and I get a lot of comments in person from friends, or random people driving by giving the thumb up, and pointing.
07-28-2012 12:43 AM
LikwidZX5
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Nice hood! Thats a mean looking front end. Ever thought of getting the eye lids? Might finish off the look.
They're on the agenda :) And thanks
07-28-2012 12:43 AM
NissanAJ
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If you would have told me that you were going to place blue wheels on a yellow car I would say thats horrible. But it looks great on your car. I want that blue color.
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