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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-25-2005, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question 102,000 miles nitrous?

I want to put the old bird on the bottle but she has 102000 mile will she live?
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Keep it to a mild shot and you'll probably get some longevity out of it.
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The motor will live. Not sure how long that 94 tranny will live though. Just make sure you are getting enough fuel and put it on a wideband to get your a/f before you start sprayin.

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Well the trans just got rebuilt so thats not an issue. What shot would you run?
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Start with a 75 shot as your fuel system will be able to support that, but still I would check the A/F ratio, if its off then i would look into getting a tune.

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Well the trans just got rebuilt so thats not an issue.
I've heard that one before... hmm from me.

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102,000 miles....that's nothing, spray away!!

I'm spraying and sitting at 168,000 right now
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well what kit would you guys run if you were me?
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Zex Dry Kit!!! That's what I run, and I have never heard of anyone having a problem with Zex.
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second motion for the Zex dry kit.....75 shot on the stock fuel system to be safe.

Wet kits have issues with the 4.6l intake, and a direct port system is big $$
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ok well what do i really need to run with a stock mustang gt. thats my goal is to run with those cars.
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ok well what do i really need to run with a stock mustang gt. thats my goal is to run with those cars.
You'll beat a Mustang GT with a Zex kit. I beat a 2002 Pontiac Trans AM WS-6 the other night and I have a 75hp shot of zex.
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well what else do you have done to the car
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Rebult or not, a 94 transmission is still a 94 transmission and the problems with them can't be fixed with a rebuild. Getting rid of the crappy one way clutch would be a big step, but there are other serious problems with those transmission. With the stock one way clutch... well... Be careful.

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well what else do you have done to the car
Just little things that don't really add any horsepower
K&N FIPK
9mm Spark Plug Wires
Colder Spark Plugs
Colder Thermostat
and I have 20" wheels so that slows me down a good bit.
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you have the mustang style intake right.
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you have the mustang style intake right.
Intake filter or manifold? My intake manifold is whatever comes on the stock 4.6L, but I have the K&N cone intake filter.
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Well i guess that the 94 intake manifold is different than the 94 cars
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