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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-10-2005, 08:29 AM Thread Starter
 
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HI Guys I am a proud onwer of a1995 Cougar and I want to NOS it. It all stock . It has 140,000 miles on it can I safely run Nos on this if yes what kind of shout 75,100,125? And the big one WET or DRY? And whet else do I have to do to get my car ready for it . my car also has bad vavle seals somkes after i run it and let it idle for over 10 min will this affect the NOS?
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-10-2005, 11:06 AM
 
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please, it's nitrous.

NOS = Nitrous Oxide Systems, a company now owned by Edlebrock

you need to get the engine running proberly before you throw some juice at it.

I'm not a nitrous expert, but i believe most people here go the "dry" method and on factory internals 75 shot is the limit, but with those miles & your valve seals any shot might kill it quickly.

also, since i see your from jersey, check out TSTaCC.com it's a local birdie and cougie club. were having a meet saturday at the cherry hill mall if your interested. Meet Details

And don't listen to FastFreddie(thunder road) he walks around with a respirator hooked up to a bottle silly nitrous juice

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if i was you i woulndt put nitrous on a car with 140k miles and bad valve seals. if you decide to do it anyway make sure your fuel system is operating correctly/well. you'll want to at least upgrade your fuel pump and get an adjustable fuel pressure regulator. if you plan to stay with the 94-95 intake manifold i'd go for a wet kit. if you plan to upgrade to the 96+ style intake manifold (plastic one) then go with a dry kit.
the reason a lot of people go with a dry kit is because a lot of us are using the plastic intake manifolds. Wet kits tend to back fire if sprayed at to low of an rpm and a nitrous back fire with aplastic manifold isnt pretty. so we use dry for safety reasons. wet kits will give you more horsepower though.

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HAY thanks for the info I checked out that site and I am hoping that I able to make the meet at the cherry hill mall what part do we meet at? My car is not perfect condition but runs and looks good is that ok ?what time does it start and end? I usually do not have to work on saturdaybut I have to this one.
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