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Old 06-21-2004, 10:45 PM   #11
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You dont approve of said plan?

If it has no disasterous impacts, then why not?
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Old 06-22-2004, 03:48 AM   #12
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I've been doing my home work and found this link. looks affordable to me. (The hot set up) http://www.3800performance.com/vehic...ville_miva.htm
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everytime I hear someone thinking about nitrous I have just 1 think on top of most of the recommended mods to go with it...

JACOBS NITROUS MASTERMIND ... excelent product ... rpm based nitrous delivery, rpm on/off windows, fuel press drop turn off, nitrous revlimiter (so the nitrous turns off before your ECU is slapping your hand and leaning out your motor) .... this takes alot of the shock out of the initial full nitrous hit to your engine and driveline ( a deff bonus for those of us not privilaged enough to have a 4T65E HD ) .. and if I'm not mistaken it has timing retard too.

so far the ONLY con I've heard is you have to rebuild your nitrous/fuel solenoids alot more often as the RPM based delivery cycles them on and off to get the restricted flow till desired full shot RPM.

also generally... don't add a shot that is more the 50% of your engines original hp # for a completely stock engine.... this ofcourse is a general rule... some engines handle more with ease... some a little less...
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Jim why would you put nitrous in? You don't race your car by any means...
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