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2kVeilsideGTS
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Oct 21, 1:05pm - #305942 
What shot nitrous? 50 60 75?

anyone know what the engine can handle? i want the 75 shot but not if its going to create problems. the 60 if its WAY safer than 75 then last but not least the 50 shot? anyone here know what shot the GTS's can take or know someone who has a certain shot and uses it often? thanks

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Oct 21, 1:08pm - #305943 
there was a post i made of a dyno with a auto gts running 50 and 75 shot...

i hear in a gts a 50 shot is the max to do it safely and a 75 shot should be used sparingly


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Oct 21, 1:19pm - #305944 
50 shot thumbsup thumbsup

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Oct 21, 1:35pm - #305945 
75 only in a GT... stick to 50 in an -S

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Oct 21, 1:49pm - #305946 
35-50 is what I've been told for the GTS


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Oct 21, 1:53pm - #305947 
you can go 75, its the highest i've seen someone run. it was pretty consistantly done also for about 2-3 months.

240whp isn't too much strain but you should only be using it at the track.

start with a 35 and slowly move up to 75.


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Oct 21, 8:41pm - #305948 
^^ right I mentioned the same person doing that in a post last week.

do a search 2kVeilsideGTS and look up apexi powerfc + nitrous. the guy Illusive mentioned can't use the pfc b/c '03 drive-by-wire but I go into a lot of nitrous prep in that thread.


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Oct 21, 8:47pm - #305949 
50 is good enough...

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Nov 18, 12:54pm - #305950 
i'm gonna do a 50 of zex


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