HOW MUCH NITROUS

Old 12-24-2009, 03:17 AM
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HOW MUCH NITROUS CAN I USE IN MY MOTOR,IT IS NOT A NITROUS MOTOR,BUT I HAVE A EAGLE FORGED ROTATING ASSEMBLY.CAM IS 260/[email protected] 674 EXH./688 INT.LSA 111 PLUS 4,INTAKE CENTERLINE 107.
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Old 12-24-2009, 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
HOW MUCH NITROUS CAN I USE IN MY MOTOR,IT IS NOT A NITROUS MOTOR,BUT I HAVE A EAGLE FORGED ROTATING ASSEMBLY.CAM IS 260/[email protected] 674 EXH./688 INT.LSA 111 PLUS 4,INTAKE CENTERLINE 107.
You can throw as much of it in there as it is properly set up to use. Nitrous has very critical boundries that need to be followed to the letter. If you stray from these then you will be in serious trouble. Personally I would not step beyond a 50 or 75 shot without an additional fuel source, and not knowing anything else about your set up. Go to a couple NOS manufacturers sites and read, read, read. Do your home work because your day can be ruined in a second flat if you are uneducated about its very critical perameters. Everyone usually thinks it is dangerous stuff to mess with. It only is if you cross that very fine line and push the envelope.
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Old 12-25-2009, 08:29 AM
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I would put a 400 shot fogger system on it :!: :!:




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Old 12-25-2009, 08:38 AM
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what brand pistons?
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:09 AM
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if pistons can handle, then last question would be what rings, and are they gapped for spray


btw, dont mind the mopar lover his mind thinks a lil sideways :roll:
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Old 01-01-2010, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by russ67chevelle
if pistons can handle, then last question would be what rings, and are they gapped for spray


btw, dont mind the mopar lover his mind thinks a lil sideways :roll:
JE FORGED FLAT TOPS,FILE FIT RINGS I WOULD SAY NO TO GAPPED FOR NITROUS AS AT FIRST I HAD NO INTENETIONS OF USEING THE STUFF,BUT AFTER SEEING MY BUDDIES 10.80 MUSTANG GO 9.80 WITH A 175 SHOT I WAS SOLD ON THE STUFF.
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Old 01-03-2010, 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
Originally Posted by russ67chevelle
if pistons can handle, then last question would be what rings, and are they gapped for spray


btw, dont mind the mopar lover his mind thinks a lil sideways :roll:
JE FORGED FLAT TOPS,FILE FIT RINGS I WOULD SAY NO TO GAPPED FOR NITROUS AS AT FIRST I HAD NO INTENETIONS OF USEING THE STUFF,BUT AFTER SEEING MY BUDDIES 10.80 MUSTANG GO 9.80 WITH A 175 SHOT I WAS SOLD ON THE STUFF.
GAPPED FOR NITROUS,DO YOU MEAN HOW FAR THE TOP RING IS AWAY FROM THE TOP OF THE PISTON?
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GAPPED FOR NITROUS,DO YOU MEAN HOW FAR THE TOP RING IS AWAY FROM THE TOP OF THE PISTON?[/quote]
No, he is speaking of the gap between the butt ends of the ring.
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:01 PM
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With forged internals your safe to around 250 shot, just make sure you pull timing out accordingly.

Rule of thumb 2/3 degrees for every 50 hp of nitrous.

The MSD digital 6al has a built in single step retard you can use just for nitrous.

Slap a 150 plate on it, program the single step retard (6 degrees) to be ativated with the nitrous on and your good to go.

Goodluck, Cp
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a big block on nitrous is a beeeeautiful thing
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