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Old 06-30-2007, 07:59 AM   #11

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Please read the information posted by dillcc. He got the information directly from the manufacturer website. I have noticed you posting in many topics where you don't appear to have experience or the ability to follow the suggestion/instructions from a manufacturer of the product. While new ideas and trying different things is great, your advice that you are backing has been found to be incorrect and damaging. The gearheads on this forum take great pride in giving out information and advice that is safe, intelligent and upfront about all risks. At this point, there are a few of us that feel we have been cleaning up topics that you have replied to over the past week or two.

It has been suggested that your posting ability be restricted due to the nature of your posts and your advice. We have been allowing the posting to continue in hopes it would improve, it has gotten worse and more potentially damaging. At this point...I am recommending to the Admins that your mechancial posting be limited due to the nature in which you do not appear to have any concerns for other members destroying their cars from your "advice".
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Old 06-30-2007, 01:21 PM   #12
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this is with respect to everybody and not intended to flame or poke fun at bonneville club. since yall feel the need to adress me out in open forum i will reply. I apologize to the author in advance. If my post is a problem with moderators and gearheads the problem could be that no one adressed the "source" me. If a moderator PM'ed me and told me hey you either need to elaborate more on your idea and show some evidence,, or shut up. Then i would go from there with them if i cant prove what im saying is right then i would shut up and leave it alone point blank. Them adressing you guys and letting it build up is the problem. adress me if you have a problem and i will show my evidence to the proper person. Then there shouldnt be a problem.
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You were addressed by an Administrator. And by a Gearhead if my information is correct.

Both by PM.

Back on topic please.
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Old 06-30-2007, 02:46 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by willwren
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FYI most people who run superchargers with nitrous have fuel settings to accomodate if you run wet shot you can kiss the teflon coating good buy maybe you and willren should look up and search for nitrous apps
You are misinformed and obviously inexperienced. If I'm wrong, please share your own personal experience with NO2 and an L67 with us.

L67'* typically don't inject pre-rotor anyway. Direct-port wet systems are preferred, and the most commonly used.
Actually many people have injected Pre-rotor. I have read of two or three members that have sucessfully made a direct port injected system. One owner on regal GS has been running a 75 wetshot pre-rotor for 2 years. These are what his rotors looked like.

They look good to me.
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I injected pre-rotor on my L67 and had zero ill effects even with a 100 shot jetting with a wet kti. I also saw a HUGE increase in power, not only due to it being a power adder, but also of the intercooling effect is has.

Simply put, if you know what you're doing and you tune it properly its the best bang for the buck mod you can get hands down.
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