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  • MortsAccord
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    Nitrous sucks, IMO...

    But here you guys go: http://www.stealth316.com/misc/grape...trousoxide.pdf

    and dont forget to read this: http://www.sdsefi.com/meltdown.htm

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  • bigpoppa694lyfe
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    I'm probably not gonna run more than 50-60 even with a tune because the idea of a 75 shot still has me nervous. I have a very established engine builder with years of experience in the nitrous game helping me with my build so he's gonna make sure im at least decently safe til I get my tune.

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  • Joey GT-R
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    Don't take one situation and accept it as absolute truth. The "success" he may have could doom your own personal project. I wouldn't run more than a 75 shot on any stock motor WITH a tune. On a completely untuned motor I wouldn't go for more than a 35-50 shot. But that's just me. Nitrous is a gamble, unless the motor is properly built to handle it.

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  • bigpoppa694lyfe
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    So let me get this straight... I'm all worried about running a simple 75 shot untuned and this guys running a 125 on I'm assuming a stock style rebuild untuned?

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  • 8ball
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    necro bump, if this guy isnt lying(but why would he) 125 untuned on a f22. wow wonder how the cylinder pressure compares to say a 14b at 10psi . hmm

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  • cb7_with_snail
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    Yea dd. Bisi is cuttin me a custom cam between a stage 1 and 2.3. So during the week ill have a all motorish tune but on the weekends ill be having fun so spray will be used. Soon. It will be a multi port throttle activation shot, 75 on the street, 125 on the strip.

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  • NWaccord
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    ARP would be a must. That will hold that HG in place. 2000 mile f22a will hold 125 shot. It will do damage on the long run..... I say go for it, get it tuned "right", and be checking compression every 2 months or so.... DD? or?

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  • cb7_with_snail
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    It had a rebuild 2000 miles ago. But the arp studs are a good idea

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  • SOHC-FTW
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    125 is alot on a stock 20yr engine.I suggest atleast ARP head studs an rod bolts also a tune.

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  • dj_ender
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    Originally posted by cb7_with_snail View Post
    Any input at all?
    Well I'm no pro but I wasn't aware honda engines could take that big of a shot safely on a stock bottom end, but again I'm not a pro..

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  • cb7_with_snail
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    Any input at all?

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  • cb7_with_snail
    started a topic bottom end

    bottom end

    Here soon I'm gettin a custom grind cam, springs, retainers, cam gear from bisi. All for my nitrous build. I ran a 125 shot on my old motor for 5 months before it blew. The head gasket and Im gaskit blew warpin the head somin fearce. I know with this set up thw head will be fine I'm woried about my bottom end. Will she hold together with this shot?
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