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Old 05-16-2013, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default Nitrous for a V6, what do you think?

Yes? No?

How much can it handle too for a stock without a tune? 75? 100 with a tune?
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:30 PM   #2
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I was told at Summit that you can get a 100 shot. But I think you'll blow the heads if you keep them stock. I personally won't risk it, and this is what I herd. But I'd wait for another response because i'm not sure.
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N2O is very safe, if ran properly, and running it properly requires a very nice investment.

While dry kits don't require a tune, per say, it would be a wise idea to have a tune with any N2O system. Wet systems are typically "safer", however require more extensive tuning.
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Nitrous on a V6 sounds like a great idea!!!!

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Nitrous on a V6 sounds like a great idea!!!!

Nice.

What shot you gave it before you hit it with a tune, or did you just leave it without?
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