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Old 02-09-2007, 07:56 PM   #1
 
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do you guys think it is crazy to go N2O on a 07 i want to but i think it is crazy.. someone like me will blow up my engine with that.. let me know.. because i will don't temp me.. Well the question is ......Is it worth it..

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Old 02-09-2007, 09:02 PM   #2
 
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I say go for it. Who cares if you blow the motor???

You gotta have the mindset for it!!
Besides. Read thru the posts, and ask questions. you won't learn much by humming and haahhing.

I thought putting a turbo on my 04 was crazy when I got it! Yes, I blew a motor, learned a bit more...Then my trans went........If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing!
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Old 02-09-2007, 09:05 PM   #3
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If you stick with a 50-75 shot and switch to colder plugs, you'll be fine.
Not sure if MDS would be a factor though... Jay, your thoughts?
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That's what warranty's are made for.
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quote:If you stick with a 50-75 shot and switch to colder plugs, you'll be fine.
50-75....thats for sissy's....run a 150 shot, set it up right and no worries....have countless bottles through mine...no blown engine or tranny...!!!!!

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50-75....thats for sissy's....run a 150 shot, set it up right and no worries....have countless bottles through mine...no blown engine or tranny...!!!!!

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LOL, not yet!
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As long as it is installed the RIGHT way you will be fine I run a 150 shot just fine.
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Well have 45000 mile and been spraying a ton of 150 since round 18000 miles and she is runnng just fine....like I said....set it up right....don't get greedy with the a/f, don't hit off the line, don't hit after 6000 rpm and it will last....!!!!!

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Old 02-12-2007, 04:57 AM   #9
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If you run the zex with the TPS switch your N2O will activate only at wide open throttle.

The MDS should not even be a issue at this point due to its sensors.

If your nervous,use a 75 shot to start out with and if it gives you what you want,performance wise...stick with what you've got.

Like Rick said,don't get greedy!

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I would get an NX kit and, like everyone said, start with a 75, see how that goes, then go to a 150. I wouldn't trade mine for anything.
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