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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-06-2005, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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NOS system help

Hey guys, I just got a STEAL on a NOS kit, it cam with bottle, gauge, heater, remote opener, purge, all steel lines, several sets of jets, and an Autometer nitrous pressure gauge for my a-pillar pod. I say a steal cause I paid $300 for all of it.

Now heres the deal, I want to put 100 shot in my 95 5spd SC but I dont know the first thing about this stuff and it obviously came without the manual, if there is such a thing. If anyone has any kind of instructions for a NOS brand kit id greatly appreciate it. By the way it is a dry kit.......I think, I wouldnt know if it wasnt but the guy told me it was.
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I'd like to have NOS on mine also but I think the best we can hope for is 75 shot with out causing problems. I am like you. Confused about the whole thing
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I'd like to have NOS on mine also but I think the best we can hope for is 75 shot with out causing problems. I am like you. Confused about the whole thing
i know of a few people who run 125 shots on there birds. i plan to move up to a 100 shot this spring. 75 is usually just the starting point.

bleedfordblue, try contacting nos theself. or go to their website. i'm sure they can get you instructions.

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he is talkin bout a v6 not a v8, i wouldnt feed it too much.

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he is talkin bout a v6 not a v8, i wouldnt feed it too much.
oh, i missed that part. my bad. i agree then, i wouldnt go more than 75.

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My motor is pretty heavily modded and should be ablt to take 100 pretty easily. A lot of guys on the sccoa are going over that. It should be OK with my motor.
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i'm pretty sure NOS has wiring diagrams and install instructions on thier website. if not, try calling them, i'm sure they'd send you a copy of the info you need.

there's a lot to be considered when deciding to run nitrous. you can't just slap it on a car, put the big jets in and go. it WILL eat motors, period. do your homework, get the proper safty stuff, and resist the temptation to spray more than the car can handle.

i don't want to discourage you, N2O is a great way to add alot of power to a car. i've been around it on a few cars, and it can be done safely, reliablely and for a long time, you just gotta be smart about it.
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My motor is pretty heavily modded and should be ablt to take 100 pretty easily. A lot of guys on the sccoa are going over that. It should be OK with my motor.
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I think you will find this article written by Wayne Ing very useful. It covers what you will need to safely run a nitrous system on an SC.

http://www.sccoa.com/sccoo/Faq/nitrousoxide.htm

If I were running a dry nitrous system, instead of using the solenoid supplied with the kit to jack up the fuel pressure, do what Chris Wise and a few of the others have done. Get a custom chip burned on the dyno. The chip can handle, the extra fuel, reduced timing and raise the rev limiter.

No matter how you set it up, you will need a larger fuel pump. I would suggest the 255 lph high pressure pump replacement that Rich at MN12 Performance sells.

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thanks guys, I appreciate the info. I think you gave me some advice int he past Mr. Neibert, about the tune on the NOS. I just have to find someone who can tune it in my area.
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