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tru_Asiatik_Pride
Blue MnM
tru_Asiatik_Pride Jun 27, 3:43am - #209146 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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Southern California
people with n2o, this is a real big time noob question

ok guys my only real knowledge about n2o is from f&f(i know i know) anyways how do you use it and when do you use it, what gear?? what rpm??? is it depicted correctly in the movie where you press it and it goes?? or do you press it and hold it and then you let go if you want to stop the flow?? does it automatically shuts off? how does it work with an automatic car,fill me in guys iam lost in this topic confused confused idunno
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Sultan
Speed Omen
Sultan Jun 27, 3:46am - #209147 

Speed Omen
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Philadelphia, PA
all you need to know is from f&f... rofl
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hybridcelica
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hybridcelica Jun 27, 5:42am - #209148 
2000 silver/blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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virgin islands
dont squeez at too low an rpm 3500 up is alright.since you are new at this,try to get a window switch.
dont squeeze in extremely high gears also 5th 6th for any length of time esp 6th. use good gas. dont get too big a shot.50 max good if you didnt make provision for it.make sure its a wet system.dont screw around with the pedal if the switch is at the throttle body(it triggers when you go wide open) i have seen guys pedal back and fouth(continuous backing off/engaging until plow big back fire)
the celica doesnt like that(gts at least)
dont underestimate nitrous if you misuse and abuse it,it will get you in trouble faster than you can say @#$%& it can be fatal to your motor and at worse to you and your car
just telling you how it is dude be careful. a word,
when its installed,every now and then,practice pulling your Hood to check the lines and the solenoids esp. the fuel side
one of the biggest misconception about nitrous is that it explodes,not really,it only gets violent after about 500 degrees,but when its mixed with the fuel thats where the problem comes in. thumbsup

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Virgilson
TheFilipinoCrew
Virgilson Jun 27, 5:42am - #209149 

TheFilipinoCrew
2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Pomona, CA
^^^ spineyes
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LostAngel
Specialist
LostAngel Jun 27, 5:50am - #209150 
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Pennsylvania
Originally Posted by hybridcelica
dont squeez at too low an rpm 3500 up is alright.since you are new at this,try to get a window switch.
dont squeeze in extremely high gears also 5th 6th for any length of time esp 6th. use good gas. dont get too big a shot.50 max good if you didnt make provision for it.make sure its a wet system.dont screw around with the pedal if the switch is at the throttle body(it triggers when you go wide open) i have seen guys pedal back and fouth(continuous backing off/engaging until plow big back fire)
the celica doesnt like that(gts at least)
dont underestimate nitrous if you misuse and abuse it,it will get you in trouble faster than you can say @#$%& it can be fatal to your motor and at worse to you and your car
just telling you how it is dude be careful. a word,
when its installed,every now and then,practice pulling your Hood to check the lines and the solenoids esp. the fuel side
one of the biggest misconception about nitrous is that it explodes,not really,it only gets violent after about 500 degrees,but when its mixed with the fuel thats where the problem comes in. thumbsup

Yep, and props to tru_Asiatik_Pride for not calling it NAWWS.
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darksidecelica
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darksidecelica Jun 27, 5:54am - #209151 

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2001 Toyota Celica

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nicely put grin
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Shiftyz1x
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Shiftyz1x Jun 27, 2:41pm - #209152 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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WV, USA
There is a little computer avaliable that will automatically inject it at the programed rpm... I have it on a switch but ^^^ is right,,, if you hit it too early.. bye bye piston rings and manifolds (among other things)
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XxMerlinxX
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XxMerlinxX Jun 27, 8:25pm - #209153 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Hartsville/Greenwood, SC
^^^ He's half right. That's only with some kits. With a zex kit, it watches your fuel pressure, air/fuel ratio, and syphons in enough N20 to be able to spray off the line.

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