: Nitrous peeps & connoisseurs in here, please



Purevil
05-02-13, 12:31 PM
Does anyone have any info or experience with Dyno Tune Nitrous Systems? I ask this as I have a line on a new system being sold at a great price, but I have never even heard of the company.

wait4me
05-02-13, 12:34 PM
They are fine. All companies get the stuff from the same sources usually and is just relabeled. When you take off the stickers, or open up the boxes you can see this..

Just make sure you have a good window/tps switch and you should be all set. :)

Purevil
05-02-13, 12:49 PM
Thanks W4M, you're def a great help on the board. Do you have a recommendation for the switch/controller?

wait4me
05-02-13, 03:16 PM
I would just call the manufacturer of the kit and ask them what they recommend.

I usually use a gauge size type controller that fits in the stock location, but they are getting very hard to find.

Or we use the lingenfelter controller, but it is fairly expensive.

Or we use the SKU #: 15957 maximize 4 progressive controller, it can be set to turn on only while in boost.

Darnell
05-03-13, 01:02 AM
Get the NOS mini.

rayjoedef
05-03-13, 01:20 AM
I'm pretty clueless about nos....can nos be installed on a daily driver? What about the tune? Is it damaging to engine internals? When not using nos, can I go back to regular fuel and will tune have to change? Sorry for the ignorance...

PremierJosh
05-05-13, 12:26 AM
Depending on your other mods and tune will depend on if you have to pull timing or add race gas along with how much you spray. A 100 shot on our cars picks up 100whp and even more tq. It always picks up good mph but depending on traction and how quickly you can bring in the nitrous in the run. On my 535whp car on 18" drag radials a 100 shot took me from 11.3 to 10.6. I have a customer that is traction limited and can't get the nitrous in until mid 2nd, he goes from 10.3 to 9.99-10.1 depending on traction. We just switched to slicks so stay tuned.

Purevil
05-08-13, 12:25 AM
Thx guys for the help