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Old 07-25-2011, 09:54 PM
Robertkx250f Robertkx250f is offline
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Default Nitrous Oxide

I was considering putting nos in my truck and I know how to install it, have the money, but half the people I ask say the truck can't handle it and will blow the engine and the other half say it would be fine, which is it? I was thinking maybe just a dry set up adding about 75 horse just to be safe, but if it could handle it a wet set up that adds up to 150. What do tou guys think?
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Old 07-26-2011, 02:19 AM
CUTiger CUTiger is offline
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Default Re: Nitrous Oxide

Get a wet kit, a step colder on the plugs, get a tune, and don't go over 75 shot on a stock engine. As long as you don't abuse it and do it right you'll be fine. I'd run a fuel pressure switch and a window switch instead of a wot switch as well.
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