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Anonymous Apr 18, 12:22pm - #158037 
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how much NOS?

how much NOS can your little engines actually handle without blowing up...lol

100 shot
50 shot
25...
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kimchiman201 Apr 18, 2:47pm - #158038 
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35 shot for gts and bout 50 for gt..
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JAsMTz531 Apr 18, 3:44pm - #158039 

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isnt it the other way around?

35 for gt and 50 for gts?

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which one?? ^^^^^^ confused lol
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DarkMatter Apr 22, 1:04pm - #158041 

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Originally Posted by kimchiman201
35 shot for gts and bout 50 for gt..


unfortunately for us GTS owners, this ^^ is about right

the GTS runs at a higher compression.. 13:1 psi stock i think.. this makes it much more difficult to boost or run a nos without blowing the engine

the GT runs at a lower compression stock, which allows more potential for boost or a nos
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mastro543 Apr 22, 1:32pm - #158042 

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Originally Posted by kimchiman201
35 shot for gts and bout 50 for gt..
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fusi0n Apr 22, 1:46pm - #158043 
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unless you're buying the brand "NOS"..please use the term nitrous cool
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hybridcelica Apr 22, 5:49pm - #158044 
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engine can take 50 shot without doing anything,and if you use it correctly.
it can take an aditional 50 (making it 100)if you do it in 2 stages.
and make provision for it.as in a serious race situation.
you would already have CAI,headers,exhaust all which help in ingestion and expelling of the additional exhaust material.
the other part would be hi octane fuel(not regular gas and a few octane boost!)real fuel.
c12.c16,cam 2 supreme,minimum 95 octane mixed 8 to 1 with ethanol(not methanol)AV regular or the L one is green the other is blue might differ stateside.
correct plugs 1 step colder ngk 7s for the gts 6 for gt and plugs could be indexed with Intake ports.
cars ecu must have been reset way in advance a couple days of driving.if your ecu reset recently chances are you would screw something if you run the 50/50.
the fuel pill for the 2nd 50 shot could be (i say could and not should because thats how i did it,might not work for everybody)the next step higher pill for slightly more fuel to be introduced when the second stage comes in.

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drkramm Apr 22, 5:56pm - #158045 
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Originally Posted by DarkMatter
Originally Posted by kimchiman201
35 shot for gts and bout 50 for gt..


unfortunately for us GTS owners, this ^^ is about right

the GTS runs at a higher compression.. 13:1 psi stock i think.. this makes it much more difficult to boost or run a nos without blowing the engine

the GT runs at a lower compression stock, which allows more potential for boost or a nos


13! lol we would need to run acholo for that no ours is 11.5:1 and its not psi its jsut a ratio are cylinder psi would be like 160 or so

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Originally Posted by fusi0n
unless you're buying the brand "NOS"..please use the term nitrous cool
i know...ok then "nitrous" spineyes
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JBing Apr 22, 11:13pm - #158047 

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NOS rofl

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5280vvti Apr 22, 11:49pm - #158048 

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NOS-------> Nitrous Oxide Systems grin
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DarkMatter Apr 23, 12:51am - #158049 

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Originally Posted by drkramm
Originally Posted by DarkMatter
Originally Posted by kimchiman201
35 shot for gts and bout 50 for gt..


unfortunately for us GTS owners, this ^^ is about right

the GTS runs at a higher compression.. 13:1 psi stock i think.. this makes it much more difficult to boost or run a nos without blowing the engine

the GT runs at a lower compression stock, which allows more potential for boost or a nos


13! lol we would need to run acholo for that no ours is 11.5:1 and its not psi its jsut a ratio are cylinder psi would be like 160 or so


hmm i see now, guess i shoulda checked first..
i mean.. i was talking about the steering ratio! yeaaah yeaah thats it!
... i'm still wrong =\
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Larry_GTS Apr 23, 12:52am - #158050 
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yea i say go with 35
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