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Nitrous

Old 06-27-2004, 01:16 PM
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I just bought a nitrous setup with a 30 shot, and I am wondering if I can run this safely, and what else do I need to do to the car so that it will not damage anything?

I know there is a nitrous section on here, but I would like to know from first hand experience, and I know that what works for one with car, will not always work with another car. Thanks

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Old 06-27-2004, 01:35 PM
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If its a 30 shot dry you can run it no problems. I knew a guy with an 86 base auto and he was running a 30 shot no problems. It's not really that big of a jetting so its almost the equivalent of all the bolt ons and then some. But don't completely take what i have to say for truth, i may be wrong.
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What kind of mods do you have? Clean the injectors to ensure they are working well, and a 30 shot dry should be ok.



As mentioned in the nitrous faq, the key is in the tuning.
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Originally Posted by 1Revvin7' date='Jun 27 2004, 02:35 PM
Wonderful Write Up



It's recommended to use a wet nitrous setup on rotary motors



A person to ask about nitrous oxide would be Judge Ito...I bet he can help
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Old 06-27-2004, 03:27 PM
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a 30 shot is barely anything though.
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Originally Posted by Dramon_Killer' date='Jun 27 2004, 04:27 PM
a 30 shot is barely anything though.
yeah that's true to I wasn't doughting you dramon



thread starter why bother running that small of a shot???



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Old 06-28-2004, 04:09 PM
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Hey man I was not looking to get my ***** busted , but I want that extra edge if I need it. It is a dry setup. And the mods that I have done to the car are: RB Header, Magnaflow High Flow cat, Borla Cat-Back exhaust, custom intake arm, and a ported throttle body with the mod done to it. Soon I will be taking the car over to Connecticut for kahren to have the car dyno tuned with the S-AFC for me.
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Wet is superior, but with quality comes price. If all you can afford is a dry system, then a 30 shot is probably good. The faq says up to 50, but on the stock fuel system, you should probably leave a small safety margin.



a 30 shot is barely anything though.
A 30 shot on an s4 na will go from ~140 to ~170. I bet it will be noticeable.
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up to 125 hp wet, wet is always safer this on a street car so you can imagine what can you do on a race eng w/ 300++++ on nos




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