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Old 04-02-2003, 06:12 PM   #41
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Do the smaller gap spark plugs affect the normal driving idle conditions (not WOT)? Is Nitrous really worth the cost and the trouble for normal driving? Is the 3 minute capacity tank worth having? How do I refill the tank? Is it expensive? Is there a way to increase the capacity with bigger tanks or multiple tanks?
Think about how often you are going to use it?? (you are NOT going to run it 3 minutes straight...) you could always throw a whole cylinder of NO2 in the trunk and that would run for more than 3 minutes... (but i dont know if your engine would...) and bigger tanks are a definate possibility
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Hey, what'* that Zex 50shot Dry Propane Kit with 35lb Propane Tank you got? How'* it work?
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i have a 92 se......i just baught it...r there ny good engine swaps available...engine and tranny?
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Hey, what'* that Zex 50shot Dry Propane Kit with 35lb Propane Tank you got? How'* it work?
Diesel engines can use propane, it'* kinda like NO2 except not as expensive.
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