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Legitimate Question

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by EGLSHB, Apr 15, 2003.

  1. EGLSHB

    EGLSHB Senior Member

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    ok....
    here's the scenario..
    B20/vtec..........................
    B20b block, 1st gen B16 head and cable tranny
    Crower Econo-billet rods
    JE 10.5 forged pistons (C/R is rated w/B16 head)
    Golden Eagle block guard (not sleeved)
    255 lph walbro
    golden eagle fuel rail
    holley FPR
    accel 310cc injectors

    and tuned properly...

    question: will this combination be stout enough to handle a "properly tuned" 100 shot, NOS direct-port kit? only sprayed at the track on weekends, not dumb-assing around town? :thumbsup:
     
  2. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    i wouldn't run a 100 shot on 10.5:1 , but thats me.

    get like a 75 shot for weekend warrior use. but fair warning:

    nitrous is like crack. once you start using it... you'll be all fucked up and not know where the hell you are and keep spending money...

    you get the idea lol
     
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    EGLSHB Senior Member

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    i may start with 75 shot, and try to push it a little after a while... eventually, it will be a 100 shot
     
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    liquid00meth Senior Member

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    I still think n20 is gay.
     
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    MaaseyRacer Senior Member

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    LMAO :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    cws13 Senior Member

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    Well, that's fucking great.
    Some of us like the throttle respons of a N/A car not to mention reliability. Anyway, to each his own. I discourage everyone that comes in against dry shots. I have not to date known anyone to run a dry set up for any lenght of time and not load a cylinder and burn a piston or crash ring lands. However, wet systems have come so far and are so easy to install for safe weekend use, that I think that nitrous is a good alternative for daily drivers that want a good timeslip on the weekends. To answer the question, 75 would be a better place to start. Most importantly, tune it on a dyno. High compression motors have been fans of nitrous for a long time because if tuned correctly, the nitrous can cool those insane combustion temps on HC motors to keep away detonation. Look at Loofskey, he's running over 16:1 and uses the Nitrous to keep the temps cool enough to fight detonation while making gobs of power.IMO.
     
  7. EGLSHB

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    thaaanx for the info.... and i am sorry you think n2o is gay... but it probably doesn't like you either
     
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