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Nov 17, 12:22am - #328592 
Anyone know how to make a smoke machine?

Hey I am wanting to hook up like a smoke machine or something cool to come out of my fenders while rolling into a parking lot anybody have any ideas of a cool way to do this. I want to put some neons in the fender wells to illumniate the smoke just done know what to do.. thanks guys..

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Nov 17, 12:25am - #328593 
your BOV doesnt get you enough attn?...

smoke is not a good idea IMO... your car is so damn clean right now and you want smoke to come out of your fenders??>.. confused

people will just think your engine is overheating.

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Nov 17, 12:28am - #328594 
HAHA my BOV is super bad ass... HKS super sequential, however I just want to have a little high powered dragon breath like smoke or mist come out of the sides.. i have my new z3 fenders on and wanted to do something cool with it.. i have the engine and tranny totally beefed up now I think i am going to move away from the sleeper mode and kinda make it catchy on the outsdie as well..

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Nov 17, 12:36am - #328595 
purge nitrous out of the fender slits.

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Nov 17, 12:39am - #328596 
ok now that we have a descent idea.. how does that work do you know. and what kind of cost would I be looking at to do this?

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Nov 17, 12:43am - #328597 
well if you want a functional nitrous system with purge kit... you're looking at about 700-800...

is your engine built?... because if its not there's no way i would spray on top of regular boost from the turbo.

if you just want the effect there's co2 purge kits available... but thats kinda rice IMO...

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Nov 17, 12:48am - #328598 
Yeah the engine just got back from Staffords shop it was bored out to a 2.0 with big sleeves, all new rods, pistons the works man.. around 4500 in parts so yeah its pretty built... think it would work..

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Nov 17, 12:51am - #328599 
what psi are you running daily?...

your engine can pretty much handle 20 psi without a problem if its totaly built...

honestly, i woulnt run nitrous on a turbo engine though, unless i had a seperate fuel map for it for track days only...

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Nov 17, 12:54am - #328600 
we are running around 16 psi daily on 91 octane pump gas with the alcohol injection putting us upwards of around 93 octane. However I dont want to take the psi up any due to my clutch being in the break in stage along with the all the new toys inside the engine kinda taking it easy for now

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Nov 17, 12:56am - #328601 
what did you do to the tranny to beef it up??.. get the c2 gears?

yeah i wouldnt run any more that 16 psi on the street anyways...

if i were you i would just get a set of drag radials and some lightweight rims to help at the track...

and if you havent already... start to think about brakes...

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Nov 17, 12:59am - #328602 
brakes were my next big thing.. i still need a strut bar.. which is going to be made custom in shop in lancaster so thats a good thing, however i like the stock rims just because I still want to be in the sleeper mode and dont want to attract to much attention if I just want to be out driving around cruising or what not.. I dont know I am just kind of scared to invest any more money I was wanting to sell her completely but I dont know if I will get what I want for it with all the engine mods and stuff ya know

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Nov 17, 1:02am - #328603 
yeah there's no way your gonna get what you put into it...

you might as well enjoy it... 16 psi must be amazing...

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Nov 17, 1:05am - #328604 
you have no idea man its freaking rediculous... the last dyno we had we did it at 14 and we through down 325 to the tires and that was freaking wicked to see on the graph, however 16 on the street is just insane I love being able to dominate on the streets its such an awesome bragging right to look stock but totally rock..

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Nov 17, 1:08am - #328605 
i've been in and raced a sf boosted GT at 6 psi... and it was amazing...

i cant imagine 16psi though...

if you have 325 to the wheels you have the most powerfull 7th gen with either 1zz or 2zz... for now...

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Nov 17, 1:23am - #328606 
Can you even drive with 325hp to the front wheels? I can only imagine traction must be a bitch.


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Nov 17, 2:05am - #328607 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
purge nitrous out of the fender slits.


yea Satoshi did it to his car...look for his post somewhere. i forgot where it was in

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Nov 17, 8:52am - #328608 
Dyno's of your run?

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Nov 17, 11:20am - #328609 
Dyno's coming soon, hopefully within the next week... soon as possible

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Nov 17, 2:31pm - #328610 
I think paul walkers skyline did that in 2 fast 2 furious in the first race. It looks pretty cool.


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Nov 17, 9:18pm - #328611 
thats right.. I remembered seeing it done on a movie just coudln't remember which one... I think this is what I am going to do...thanks guys... again the forum has saved another soul.. peace

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Nov 17, 9:52pm - #328612 
a good way to make a smoke machine in your car is just make sure you always roll with cypress hill or snoop rofl

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Nov 18, 9:39pm - #328613 
HAHA... thats awesome... woopty woo say what.. lol... thumbsup

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Nov 19, 9:47pm - #328614 
When did you dyno the car and put down 325 WHP? thats pretty good man?

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Nov 19, 10:05pm - #328615 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
well if you want a functional nitrous system with purge kit... you're looking at about 700-800...

is your engine built?... because if its not there's no way i would spray on top of regular boost from the turbo.

if you just want the effect there's co2 purge kits available... but thats kinda rice IMO...


where would you get the co2 kit at? I was searching for one to see what it looked like. I cant find any. Sound neat, but ricy.


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Nov 21, 8:38am - #328616 
???


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Nov 21, 11:07am - #328617 
You get purge kits with LED lights attached to the nozzle, so when you spray the cloud lights up the same color as the led. A bright blue cloud would be cool wink

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