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crazyvadim 01-13-2004 10:33 AM

Little too much nitrous??
 
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Just thought you guys might wanna check this out,pretty brutal *shiner*

crazyvadim 01-13-2004 10:35 AM

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1 more closeup of the valves

98323IS 01-13-2004 02:16 PM

Ouch! What engine is that?

Jammasterj 01-14-2004 01:26 AM

looks to me like someone is driving there car a bit hard...
where is that pict from??

WhadUpp 01-14-2004 01:35 AM

looks better than some angle jobs:D *shiner*

325iSBimmer 01-14-2004 02:59 AM

and the word of the day iiissss.....DETONATION!

app 01-14-2004 03:43 AM

How much nos could you run on our cars safely?

MorningCruiser 01-14-2004 04:17 AM

I think the general rule of thumb is 25hp/l So if you have a 1.8 50hp shot tops, 150hp shot if it's a 5.7. Thats for stock engines though.

However, if you have a 1.8l and run a 50 shot and blow your head, don't blame me.

crazyvadim 01-14-2004 10:43 PM

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Originally posted by 325iSBimmer
and the word of the day iiissss.....DETONATION!
LoL correct
Running a 150 shot into a stock EX civic.

trev0006 01-15-2004 03:44 AM

damn, now I am more scared of the laughing gas *sad*

crazyvadim 01-15-2004 07:39 AM

I hope those pics didnt scare you guys away from the laughing gas,that guy abused the shit out of his car and was spraying for a while into his stock block.I used to own a foxbody mustang a while ago with a few mods and a 150 shot,no problem!

magnus 01-15-2004 07:50 AM

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Originally posted by app
How much nos could you run on our cars safely?
It depends on the following things:

a) Wet or dry system,
b) Engine type and condition(high miler a no no!!)
c) Set up of the system
d) Way of use

I think on a standard 4Cylinder engine a 50bhp shot is safe, providing the engine is in good condition and the system is set up properly! You could also go for 75 under the right circumstances. But for a nice and reliable car i d stick with 50!


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