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Old 11-03-2005, 11:03 PM   #11
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Old 11-05-2005, 01:43 AM   #12
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NOS is a brand, not a general name for Nitrous.
I know NOS is a brand name. But I used NOS because NOS stands for Nitrous Oxide Sytem and thats why I used the word NOS because no matter what brand name of nitrous you have its a nitrous system period.
...What?
Yes "NOS" stands for Nitrous Oxide Systems, but what does that have to do with the rest of the post?
Nitrous is nitrous, "NOS" is a Brand Name developed by Holley.
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Old 11-06-2005, 01:28 PM   #13
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oh and also take into consideration a 75 hp shot will probobly give you 75 lb torque too.
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Old 11-06-2005, 03:37 PM   #14
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is that the same for every shot of NOS....what ever the shot equals the HP?

no thats not how it goes exactly.....thats what it's supposed to mean, but gains w/ differnet kits will vary w/ the the same jets

all are different, my zex 100 shot dry gained me from a 15.10 to a 13.60 thats like 150 hp gain, but obviously not, it just made up for a lack of power where it needed it.
that was on a stock aod 'vert lx w/ 3.73's

on my '89 5-speed coupe 4.10's and a 75 shot gained me from a 13.20 to a 12.50 that was a NOS dry kit

typically a 150 shot doesn't get you much more than a 100-125

the biggest gains will come from the lower hp like 75-100 and lb for lb. (using twice as much nitrous) the 75-100 jets are way better,
but thats my opinion, and obviosly varies from setup to setup....i'm talking mostly stock
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btw, the reason nitrous is refereed to as NOS is because NOS is the oldest nitrous auto application fabricator out there.....

a seadoo RXP is not a "jetski" only kawasaki makes "jetskis" but they were the first thats how it goes , so you gotta deal w/ it

everyones kits are direct ripoffs of NOS , zex and eddy dry kit are completely interchangeable. same goes for the nx and compucar wetkits

and yes i think it sounds ricey to call nitrous nos, but it's more irritating to see someone make a post w/ absolutely NO INFORMATIVE addition whatsoever but to criticize the poster on his use of the term. give something...anything, then make your comment

i lived in cali for 5 years and thats all anyone calls it......not me, but i grew up in detroit
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Old 11-07-2005, 05:18 PM   #16
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ima add nos to my ryyyddeee yooo. that and my double stack wing should give me 500 hp . and i just bought a 300 hp body kit... shizzam
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Old 11-07-2005, 07:21 PM   #17
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What do you call a soda then on a regular basis? Coke? Or do you call it soda or pop or whatever the respective name is (Sprite, Dr Pepper, Mr. Pibb etc)? Not to mention a walkman is Sony, all others are portable am/fm radio/CD players. Laptop computer was inventied by Osborne and trademarked by IBM everything else is a portable computer....just a few terms that people throw around that aren't correct either. Better yet, it's a windows computer. No it's not windows, it's a windows operating system on a personal computer (PC).

Oh and there is a difference between a Laptop and a notebook computer. Notebook is under 5.0lbs laptop/portable PC everything else that's not a tablet PC (which by the way is also TM).

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no your not the only one it annoys the **** out of me and basicaly it shows the ignorace of the person using NOS to mean nitrous.
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NOS is a brand, not a general name for Nitrous.
I know NOS is a brand name. But I used NOS because NOS stands for Nitrous Oxide Sytem and thats why I used the word NOS because no matter what brand name of nitrous you have its a nitrous system period.
...What?
Yes "NOS" stands for Nitrous Oxide Systems, but what does that have to do with the rest of the post?
Nitrous is nitrous, "NOS" is a Brand Name developed by Holley.

What about N2O?
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no your not the only one it annoys the **** out of me and basicaly it shows the ignorace of the person using NOS to mean nitrous.
i bet you say "kleenex" instead of 'tissues'... YOUR IGNORANT!!!
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by the way...... you're = you are

who's ignorant?
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