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Discussion in 'Nitrous' started by BigSteve, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. BigSteve

    BigSteve Well-Known Member

    Thought about running a Dry system on my GTS... anyone run NOS on their lancer yet? You think it will be ok? I'm only thinking a 75 Shot... Dry..


  2. bras_33

    bras_33 Well-Known Member

    "Now me and the mad scientist will have to remove the piston rings you fried!"- :D lol
  3. BigSteve

    BigSteve Well-Known Member

    Correction "Now me and the mad scientist will have to rip apart the block, and replace the pistons you fried"
  4. bras_33

    bras_33 Well-Known Member

    ^LOL, I stand corrected. Good looking out
  5. SeRious08

    SeRious08 Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't push 75 until you are able to start playing with the timing. A 50 shot will not require any spark timing adjustments. Also, go with a wet kit.
  6. rayrod1918

    rayrod1918 Member

    ^I agree most deff go with the 50shot wet
  7. chago

    chago Active Member

    what is the difference in wet an dry when it comes to nitro
  8. bras_33

    bras_33 Well-Known Member

    nitrous oxide not nitro. Two very different things.

    Wet-fuel and nos mixed together in the tb

    Dry-Is a little more difficult to explain, nos is sprayed into the manifold, then fuel is pushed in to mix more O2 to create more power, make sense? (I confused myself)

    ...the more you know.
  9. MXlou

    MXlou Well-Known Member

    :bs: :?: :?:
  10. bras_33

    bras_33 Well-Known Member

    If you can explain it better, post it thundercat :D
  11. MXlou

    MXlou Well-Known Member

    you know i just confused the hell out of me.
  12. bras_33

    bras_33 Well-Known Member

    its easier to say then type it out, plus if you know how nos works it maybe easier to comprehend.
  13. Redline1

    Redline1 Well-Known Member

    I wanted to run a 50 shot to, It sounds like a good idea..
  14. XxLaNcErGTSxX

    XxLaNcErGTSxX Well-Known Member

    NOS is a very bad thing for a stock car. If I were you i wouldn't, but i'm only 1 vote
  15. Guest

    Guest Guest

    50 shot ftw!
  16. JDM FLOW

    JDM FLOW Well-Known Member

    100 shot is better!

    100 shot ftw!
  17. Guest

    Guest Guest

    you will blow ue engine in a heart beat.
  18. Hydrolikz

    Hydrolikz Well-Known Member

    ^He was just trying to 1 up you
  19. JDM FLOW

    JDM FLOW Well-Known Member

    Duhh Phil!
  20. SeRious08

    SeRious08 Well-Known Member

    1. NOS is a brand name not an add on performance part.

    2. NO2 is totally safe for a stock car up to a limit. You can push it up to about a 75 shot if you know how to remove spark timing.

    For "safe" limits with stock internals, you take the stock hp and divide it in half. Most of our cars have been showing lets say an average of 125 whp. Divide it and you get 62.5. So, you should be safe spraying a 60 shot on stock internals.

    But to be extra safe - 50 shot FTW!!