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    Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Sorry Xcaliber50. I just saw your thread title a second ago. I had to.

    I have to give a big thanks to Kmajecki. Not only did he sell me his nitrous kit. He took complete videos of the un-install. This made it super easy to install. He really went above and beyond. Thanks bro. This forum has the best people on it. Probably because we have so much class. After all...we did buy Caddies.
    I have a 100 shot dry from Nitrous X. Its my only mod and I must say its a good choice for power. I can turn it on or off whenever I want. I like that option. Plus, its so noticeable. You do some runs with it and some without and you can feel the difference. I'm gonna watch my temps and see the differences with that tomorrow. All I could concentrate on was the solenoid light and the noise of it spraying.....AWESOME!
    If you want a cheap and easy power adder, try nitrous.

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Nice! Congrats!

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Another huffer! Nice...pretty similar mods you and I....except for my superior motor!

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Scratch that last post...I'm on my blackberry...thought whistler got the nitrous!

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by SkullV View Post
    Scratch that last post...I'm on my blackberry...thought whistler got the nitrous!
    No Sir. Not brave enough yet. Cam this winter...that's it.

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by whisler151 View Post
    No Sir. Not brave enough yet. Cam this winter...that's it.
    What a surprise...I'm getting a cam this winter too!

    and V-love...congrats on the juice. It's EXTREMELY addictive but luckily a bottle fill is MUCH cheaper where you are from. I am already up to owning 4 bottles and have parts laying around for a decently sized nitrous project. You will love it!

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by SkullV View Post
    What a surprise...I'm getting a cam this winter too!
    Son of a...

    It's a good thing you dont live near me or I'd be forced to add N20 to keep up. Have fun in the weakest conference in the NCAA. Oh snap!

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Gave up on Purdue Football...

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by SkullV View Post
    What a surprise...I'm getting a cam this winter too!

    and V-love...congrats on the juice. It's EXTREMELY addictive but luckily a bottle fill is MUCH cheaper where you are from. I am already up to owning 4 bottles and have parts laying around for a decently sized nitrous project. You will love it!
    32 bucks to fill it. 4 bottles? I can't even imagine 2 stage. I don't want to blow anything up so any advice from you nitrous guys would be great. I may wind up hooking this to a button so I can shoot it when I want to. Right now it sprays from 3-6K at wide open throttle. Its fully programmable.
    This is going to pay off on the track.

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by V-Love View Post
    32 bucks to fill it. 4 bottles? I can't even imagine 2 stage. I don't want to blow anything up so any advice from you nitrous guys would be great. I may wind up hooking this to a button so I can shoot it when I want to. Right now it sprays from 3-6K at wide open throttle. Its fully programmable.
    This is going to pay off on the track.
    I wouldn't hook it up to a momentary switch in a manual car....first instinct when you miss a shift is to put in the clutch and let off the gas..not let off the nitrous switch...BOOM! I only have one bottle and one stage in the car at a time...for now...if you have any questions just ask....I have done a TON of research about nitrous and how it works, and the best setups...etc...

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by V-Love View Post
    32 bucks to fill it. 4 bottles? I can't even imagine 2 stage. I don't want to blow anything up so any advice from you nitrous guys would be great. I may wind up hooking this to a button so I can shoot it when I want to. Right now it sprays from 3-6K at wide open throttle. Its fully programmable.
    This is going to pay off on the track.
    as SkullV... I would NEVER add a manual toggle. you WILL eventually make a mistake, and a costly one.

    Ahh the juice... I would refill that 15lb bottle over and over again.

    best N2o Setup is to use a progressive controller along with a bottle blanket.
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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Good luck with it man! It's pretty addicting, i mean just think a 5 minute jet swap and you've got another 50hp!! lol I think that's where people get into trouble, it's sooo easy to step it up another 25-50hp and another and another.....

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Have you done work to the fuel system or tweaked the tuning to support a 100-dry? I'm running ~40 dry and it's running my injector duty cycle right to 100% at 6200. I'd go with a bigger jet (famous last words..), but it looks pretty tapped out on the stock setup already?

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hammar View Post
    Have you done work to the fuel system or tweaked the tuning to support a 100-dry? I'm running ~40 dry and it's running my injector duty cycle right to 100% at 6200. I'd go with a bigger jet (famous last words..), but it looks pretty tapped out on the stock setup already?

    Hammar

    What other mods do you have? That seems like a lot of fuel

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    Re: Nitrous Oxide....way better than cags!

    a 100 shot is VERY close completely tapping out the stock fuel system. With just my mods off the nitrous I get up to 90% at times with a fresh fuel filter.

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