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Old 09-24-2007, 06:15 PM   #1
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n2o question #2

has anybody ran.. a small shot say a 35 or 50 shot with your superchips on the 91 octane setting? i know that it will advance the timeing 2ยบ but still should be able to run a small shot right

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Old 09-24-2007, 08:38 PM   #2
 
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in my opinion not worth it
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Old 09-25-2007, 05:22 AM   #3
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You could...with 96 or better octane in the tank.And one heat range colder plugs.

I don't understand the purpose though. You can safely run a 75 or 100 shot all day when you are set up right.

Your performance gains will be better. A 50 shot will only gain you a .2 to .3 advantange..why bother?

You could,and I stress could run up to a 175 shot. You need to follow the rules.

Otherwise start looking for that spare motor now.

The hemi fires the second plug 1/2 degree of timing after the first. Timing is slaved to the first plug...hello detonation.

Hope this helps you out.
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Old 09-25-2007, 12:47 PM   #4
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I ran 91 settings with 125 shot and a mixture equivalent to 97-98 octane.. It ran much better on 87 setting with 125 shot and 91 octane. I managed to run .3 faster on 87 setting and it was 11 degrees hotter..
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i'm just wondering if i'll be able to tell a diffrence when haveing SC set on 91 setting with a small shot.. i'm tending to have better luck with a 35 or 50 shot when messing around on the street.. guess i'll just have to try it out
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I think you will be fine, but you need to install a wideband A/F to make sure Wade
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I run a 125 on the 87 tune with 91 gas. And a general run is: you can run a 20 shot for every cylender. If you need anything else just ask.
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I ran 75 shot with 91 settings and 91 octane. Felt a lil bit of boost, but it was a joke. Step up to the 125 shot and you are in business. It feels like getting rear ended by a train...LOL

70 mph on the freeway, hit the 125 shot and scared a ricer in a civic on the freeway. I actually got them to spin and smoke as I was doing 70.
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Same thing happens to me. Don't mess arounf with anything other than a 125 though. Any more and it doesn't help that much, and less just isn't enough.
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Ill second that...once I tried 125...it stayed there.
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