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to nos or not to nos #3299 Jul 16, 9:49pm Jul 16, 9:49pm

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i have yet another question, i want to make my car go fast for as cheap as possible, i know what ur thinking, dot we all, ive heard turbo, supercharge, chips or nos r the best ways to go, but i ont have shit loads of cash on hand to spend, so i was thinking a simple nos setup wouldnt run to expensive, from what i hear, like $500 to $800, but i may b wrong, at least im hopeing im not, so...what should i do? is nos worth it, how much money would it cost? what gains would i get rouhly speaking that is? any other options that would b better suited for me?
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Modacar.com is selling a universal 4 cyl. wet kit for $524. I've read that on our cars we need to run a wet system.

http://www.modacar.com/Merchant2/me...gory_Code=MODANIO&Car=Toyota&Carb=Celica

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Re: to nos or not to nos [Re: Steven] #3301 Jul 19, 8:42pm Jul 19, 8:42pm

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nos is no where near cheap nor good to use all the time, it seems you want a fast car all the time... instead every time you hit that button, but if you are doing that on a public street thats extremely dangerous! you gotta get a N20 system thats setup correctly meaning possibly a "fogger" system with new forged pistons to handle the extra induction. I have been to modacar in real life (used to live near there) they suck...if you are gunna buy nos, get nitrous express web page most people reconmend their kits, however they don't make a system for the celica yet. personally I wouldnt shoot nos because its dangerous and has potential risks to the engine. you will get about an instant 50hp... from what I hear. I suggest waiting till theirs a reliable turbo system that comes out for our car, or just get another car altogether.

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