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Tune for nitrous?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by sleeper1.6, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. sleeper1.6

    sleeper1.6 Member

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    I have a B16a2 I want to put a 75 shot of nitrous in the future what do I need to do this?

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    Just make sure you have enough fuel and that you retard the timing enough when the spray is active.
     
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    yup...just some timing retard and if you do a dpi setup there is not a lot of tuning, usually the jets get the mix right.
     
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    cool, this is for a dry shot right?
     
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    You should tune either way- dry or wet.
     
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    ok will any performance place do this for cheap?
     
  7. phunky.buddha

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    The rates are all different... call around and check. I don't know any shops where you are, especially because I don't know where you live.
     
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    tuning rates are around $100/hour from what I've seen. I wouldn't trust just any tuner, do some homework and find a good reputable tuner in your area, or buy the necessary tuning tools and diy.
     
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