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Conversation Between streetassasin and Mike
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  1. Mike
    09-17-2010 03:20 PM - permalink
    you got a few resources i could use to look into it? im kinda nervous about 175k miles and nitrous haha
  2. streetassasin
    09-17-2010 12:17 PM - permalink
    you can definitely feel the difference, yep I just let off the button a few hundred rpm before the shift and hit it after it shifts. You can get a window switch to do it for you., harris speed works' microedge+ is a great n2o controller for the price
  3. Mike
    09-17-2010 12:08 PM - permalink
    how significant are the gains from a 50 shot? and you just spray till it hits around 5000 then stop till it shifts then hit it again? and im wonderin if my motor with 175k on it would like that very much... haha
  4. streetassasin
    09-17-2010 11:57 AM - permalink
    This is the 3rd vehicle Ive had nitrous on, its only a 50 shot so it will safe for a while with the stock plugs and stock tune, anything bigger and it would be best to go with some heat range 7 non projected tip plugs, tune, injectors (if dry) and a wideband to keep a eye on the AFR. I only spray it from 2200rpm-4800 and WOT only, spraying though the shifts is bad for the trans. You will hear a bunch of horror stories about nitrous but they are from people who have never used it or had no idea what they were doing. I have spent countless hours reading about the juice on the nitrous forum on ls1tech and on yellowbullet
  5. Mike
    09-17-2010 11:36 AM - permalink
    did you do alot of research into getting the spray or did you just buy it and hope it holds up? i wouldnt mind getting nitrous if the power gains were significant enough and if it wouldnt really be too hard on the motor

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