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    TOOTHACHE!!!

    How much nitrous can be used on a "pump gas" engine? 200? 300? ?????400 :x :x


    THANKS GUYS, LIVELY

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    Dennis are you asking how Much NOS can be run on 92 octane fuel or How much NOS can be Run thru a Pump gas (low compression) Motor using High octane Racing Fuel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjuice
    Dennis are you asking how Much NOS can be run on 92 octane fuel or How much NOS can be Run thru a Pump gas (low compression) Motor using High octane Racing Fuel ?

    :shock: :shock: Thats my name too!!! :shock: :shock:
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    Just keep adding until it blows up, rebuild it and pill it down a hair from where it blew at and you'll be fine. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Wasn't me.

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    92 octane 8)

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    not a lot...i think Nos phamplet says up to 100hp NOS on 93 octane...then from there they suggest the better gas...

    you would still need to back out about 4 degrees of timing to be safe at 100 shot with 93 octane


    it would also depend where your static compression is...example: 7:1 can probaly handle a little more than a 10:1 static compression motor....and both engines are Pump gas...one is just on the low end while the other is on the higher end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisr
    Just keep adding until it blows up, rebuild it and pill it down a hair from where it blew at and you'll be fine. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Spoken from a true drag racer!!!!!! LOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisr
    Just keep adding until it blows up, rebuild it and pill it down a hair from where it blew at and you'll be fine. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    That sounds like how I do stuff....lmao

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    I think your wallet will ache more then your tooth!!!!

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    Re: TOOTHACHE!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by lively
    How much nitrous can be used on a "pump gas" engine? 200? 300? ?????400 :x :x


    THANKS GUYS, LIVELY
    How often you plan to spray it may by something to consider also
    I have sprayed 150 on 92 pump maybe 8-10 times over a 5yr period
    On my 11.5:1 406 runs 10:30s on 92 9:70 on 150/92
    Pulled the motor down twice over the 5yr’s just to check the bearings
    And they looked great so back together it went

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