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Old 09-01-2011, 08:34 PM   #1
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Default is nitrous shots rated for motor hp or rwhp?

i want to get a nx nitrous kit and run a 75 shot? is that 75 hp to the motor or to the wheels? and if it is tothe wheels that would be over a hundred horsepower to the motor? can my stock 96 cobra handle a 75 shot without upgrades? i really need help before i order the kit. and is all nitrous rated to the wheelscause people say a 75 shot is safe but are some rated to motor and some rwhp?
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Old 09-01-2011, 10:03 PM   #2
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Dude you're splitting hairs at this point. IIRC, NX rates their numbers at the wheel, while others rate at the flywheel. You may not get 75 rwhp if you're not getting it tuned though. Either way you will be fine.
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Old 09-02-2011, 02:04 AM   #3
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Dude you're splitting hairs at this point. IIRC, NX rates their numbers at the wheel, while others rate at the flywheel. You may not get 75 rwhp if you're not getting it tuned though. Either way you will be fine.
Agreed tune is key and no matter what, a shot at 75 if your car is clean and not racking 250k you should be fine.
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It would only make sence for them to measure it at the fly haha a company that shows them to the wheel? Impressive... Atleast, since I'm pumping a "100" shot into my engine I'm hoping 100 is Actually going to the engine (instead of it being 162 to the engine and 100 to the wheels) and yes a tune is Needed!
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MRT's right. We carry Nitrous Express at www.uprproducts.com and testing has shown their kits to make their advertised power at the wheels. It's good stuff!
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