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09-27-2012 11:50 PM
1turbofocus If your going to do Nitrous , I would do

Tune ( I can help you with this and you get FREE une updates and no one has done more with Nitrous on the Focus )
180 deg thurmostat
wet system
SP463 plugs gapped at .050

Tom
09-27-2012 11:52 AM
DarkSVT03 So 50 shot wet is a good bet with a tune? And maybe a step colder plugs.
09-27-2012 10:16 AM
Magus2727 ^^ once again, 12-14 psi is the max you would want on a stock block with no upgraded pistons, rods, etc.

12-14 PSI will not get you 400WHP
09-27-2012 09:06 AM
StephenElsbree1986 Sorry I was just talking about internals, ofc you need other supporting mods, sorry if I stated it other wise I'm talking short block wise.
09-26-2012 10:26 PM
Magus2727
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Originally Posted by StephenElsbree1986 View Post
Seeing how our stock block and pull 400 WHP with FI I don't see why it cannot handle a shot, and do any street cars use dry anymore? Wet more affordable and easier I think ZEX is the popular one now and there 50 shots are like 49-50 WHP and there kits run 600-700? with all the diffrent injection.


Edit: Why do you even want n2o just go turbo get better fuel millage and less stress on the car... Keep the money for a wet n2o kit and wait till tax return...
Who do you know getting 400WHP on a stock block? at 325-350 the stock fuel system fails to provide the fuel needed requiring a return fuel system. Usually your only good for 12-14 PSI of boost on a stock motor.

and that will not give you 400WHP.
09-26-2012 08:54 PM
TommyTooHi that's what gets me up in the morning, Doc said to cut back on the coffee.

-T_T
09-26-2012 08:39 PM
pasta deffinetly need a tune personally i wouldnt go more than 75 shot on stock motor
09-26-2012 07:09 PM
StephenElsbree1986 Seeing how our stock block and pull 400 WHP with FI I don't see why it cannot handle a shot, and do any street cars use dry anymore? Wet more affordable and easier I think ZEX is the popular one now and there 50 shots are like 49-50 WHP and there kits run 600-700? with all the diffrent injection.


Edit: Why do you even want n2o just go turbo get better fuel millage and less stress on the car... Keep the money for a wet n2o kit and wait till tax return...
09-26-2012 08:43 AM
DarkSVT03 Alright. I'm very familiar with nitrous, just wasn't sure on the limits of my motor.
09-25-2012 08:55 PM
Magus2727 You NEED a wet system with our motor and your will NEED a tune. I think people can generally do about a 50 shot on a stock motor but start out with a 25 or equal shot. I think there have been a few people with proper tuning that have gotten a 75 shot. a rule of thumb I have heard is usually you dont want to put more than a shot that is 50% more than the normal HP of the motor.
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