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celimangts17 Dec 18, 3:43am - #69432 

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nitrous ?

i read somewhere that there is such thing as street legal nitrous. is this true? btw i also read that about a 50 shot is the max for a stock engine without doing mods to the internal mechanics of the engine (ie. cams, pistons,etc.). for those of you that use it on the street how much do you have?

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I didnt thin nirtous was illegal in the first place confused But on stock internals no more than 50. 35 is the recommended around here running stock
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NorwayGT Dec 18, 3:48am - #69434 

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yea, dont go over 50, if i get nos ill get a 35shot, i know of this one guy with a celica who melted some shit in his engine with a 75shot, so dont do too much

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Mike00 Dec 18, 3:50am - #69435 
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Gt can handle 50 no problem and even 75. GTS though I wouldn't recommend over 35.
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celimangts17 Dec 18, 3:56am - #69436 

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so how much is like a 35-50 shot of Nitrous? and install?

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Mike00 Dec 18, 5:05am - #69437 
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Depends how you do it but about 500-600. NOt sure on install.
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slidr Dec 18, 5:25am - #69438 

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Good way to put extra wear on your engine though. If you are gonna fuck up your engine, might as well get a turbo.

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JBing Dec 18, 5:35am - #69439 

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Originally Posted by Mike00

Gt can handle 50 no problem and even 75. GTS though I wouldn't recommend over 35.

I run a N.O.S wet system @ 45 and a friend of mine runs a Zex wet w/ 75 on his celi w/ no problems, he uses it about once a week too thumbsup

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 18, 2:09pm - #69440 

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Originally Posted by celimangts17
i read somewhere that there is such thing as street legal nitrous. is this true? btw i also read that about a 50 shot is the max for a stock engine without doing mods to the internal mechanics of the engine (ie. cams, pistons,etc.). for those of you that use it on the street how much do you have?


certain kits are legal...many or not. NOS (the company) makes 50-state legal nitrous kits that you can find more about by visiting nosnitrous.com

i'm sure that zex, nitrousxpress, and other brands have 50-state legal kits as well.
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skdmorse Dec 18, 2:10pm - #69441 

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First off nitrous is not illegal. If you are looking for a good safe nitrous system I always suggest the Zex wet kit. It has jets for a 45hp shot, 55hp shot and 75hp shot...

I currently have a 75HP shot in mine and the extra boost is very noticible...
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Speed4TheNeed Dec 18, 2:15pm - #69442 

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Originally Posted by skdmorse
First off nitrous is not illegal. If you are looking for a good safe nitrous system I always suggest the Zex wet kit. It has jets for a 45hp shot, 55hp shot and 75hp shot...

I currently have a 75HP shot in mine and the extra boost is very noticible...


it varies state to state, but nitrous can be illegal. it must fit certain requirements to be street legal.
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Mike00 Dec 18, 2:52pm - #69443 
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Originally Posted by JBing
Originally Posted by Mike00
Gt can handle 50 no problem and even 75. GTS though I wouldn't recommend over 35.

I run a N.O.S wet system @ 45 and a friend of mine runs a Zex wet w/ 75 on his celi w/ no problems, he uses it about once a week too thumbsup


75 on a GTS? Somebody threw a rod doing that awhile back.
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skdmorse Dec 18, 6:21pm - #69444 

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Mine is a GT...
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Mike00 Dec 18, 7:03pm - #69445 
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Originally Posted by skdmorse
Mine is a GT...


Was talking about Jbing.
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Celicaracer18 Dec 18, 9:43pm - #69446 

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isn't it just illegle if the bottle is open
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JBing Dec 19, 5:19pm - #69447 

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spaztikid Dec 19, 6:51pm - #69448 
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for those with WET systems...how do you hook it up. I know one guy had a custom fuel rail made for him.
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MiDNiGhT_bLuE Dec 19, 6:54pm - #69449 
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damn so i could run a 75 on my gt??? could be dangerous wtf
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Speed4TheNeed Dec 19, 8:09pm - #69450 

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Originally Posted by MiDNiGhT_bLuE
damn so i could run a 75 on my gt??? could be dangerous wtf


technically, its not exactly dangerous.

but realistically...it will add wear to your engine at a much higher rate.
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JBing Dec 19, 8:23pm - #69451 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd

Originally Posted by MiDNiGhT_bLuE

damn so i could run a 75 on my gt??? could be dangerous wtf


technically, its not exactly dangerous.

but realistically...it will add wear to your engine at a much higher rate.

Yea N20 is a cheep way to add Hp, but, when ever something is cheep its usually not the best route to go. In my case a 45 shot is alright to use but remember it WILL take the life off your motor no matter what you use. My friend is an idiot and has too much $, 75 shot WILL harm your car sooner or later. everytime he juices it I wonder if well be callin for a wrecker to pick us up rofl

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JBing Dec 19, 8:29pm - #69452 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
for those with WET systems...how do you hook it up. I know one guy had a custom fuel rail made for him.

In most kits they provide a "T" bar attachment to connect to the fuel line before the rail begins. All you do is disconnect the line and insert the attachment. As for my wet kit, it was pieced to gether from the dry kit that was on my old mustang

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