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125 shot nitrous

Brenspeed has a 125 shot of nitrous wet kit for 5.0's, is nitrous a good bet? I can get a bottle warmer and the other reccomended thing for like 150-200 extra, so it would come out to 720 give or take. Now, I have 24 pound injectors, but i am doing a hopefully 275-300rwhp gt-40P and explorer combo with an e 303 cam. I have all bolt ons imaginable. How would i do? would i need a bigger fuel pump? I dont know if i have a stock fuel pump, i bought the car with the 24 pound injectors and a fuel and oil gauge in the cowl so i bet he has that upgraded, but whatever i will get a new one anyways. I know crap about nitrous so just let me know how i look!
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With the WET kit you'll be fine with those injectors. Fuel pump is fine as well, you'll be good for up to 375-400 RWHP.

Nitrous is not dangerous - Dangerous is not having it tuned right.

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If your running a wet shot than you don't have to worry about your injectors as far as the nitrous goes.


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With the WET kit you'll be fine with those injectors. Fuel pump is fine as well, you'll be good for up to 375-400 RWHP.

Nitrous is not dangerous - Dangerous is not having it tuned right.
well i asked brenspeed and he said i dont even need a dyno tune. It wouldn't run correctly without a tune?
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and i think i will have more than 400rwhp with the nitrous
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i have an 88 gt by the way, 135k with a brand new tranny and a rebuilt engine (supposedly) engine has approximately 20k on it after rebuilt. Any other add ins opinions suggestions anything?
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you will need a nitrous tune for sure. i know my boy tampa up there is very experinced with it.

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you will not need a tune if you use the recommended jetting.

There is power to be had from a dyno tune, but the recommended jetting will be very safe.

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plenty of people running juice run it without a tune... just remember to retard that timing...

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no need to retard timing with 125 shot as long as you are running 93 octane and have your base timing set at 14 degrees or less.

14 degrees base + 18 advance = 32 total

That is not a lot for a 9:1 motor at all and it can run plenty of nitrous with that timing and decent gas without detonation problems. Just remember to check the plugs and don't rely on your ears to hear detonation.

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what should i do about the window switch? How should i set it up for street use?
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If your running a wet shot than you don't have to worry about your injectors as far as the nitrous goes.

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zex dry kit, put the 125 jets in , set the timing to 12 degrees and be done with it, a bottle heater is a good idea and i've never run a window switch . stay off the limiter and you'll be fine



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zex dry kit, put the 125 jets in , set the timing to 12 degrees and be done with it, a bottle heater is a good idea and i've never run a window switch . stay off the limiter and you'll be fine
woah why do i want the dry kit now?

more input, why dry?
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Dry kits are very user friendly and very safe. I call them "beginner kits" because of their friendliness. No matter what kit you get I'd make sure you have a bigger than stock fuel pump. I'd also stick with the name brand kits. I see alot of no name junk on Ebay for cheap. You don't know what you are getting with no name products. You don't need a dyno tune. Follow the instructions and everything will be fine. Nitrous kits are very conservative out of the box. Where you run into problems is when soleniods start sticking open or closed or when you start playing with jetting, fuel pressure or timing.

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Dry kits are very user friendly and very safe. I call them "beginner kits" because of their friendliness. No matter what kit you get I'd make sure you have a bigger than stock fuel pump. I'd also stick with the name brand kits. I see alot of no name junk on Ebay for cheap. You don't know what you are getting with no name products. You don't need a dyno tune. Follow the instructions and everything will be fine. Nitrous kits are very conservative out of the box. Where you run into problems is when soleniods start sticking open or closed or when you start playing with jetting, fuel pressure or timing.
so why would i get a dry over a wet though? Would it not be cheaper and easier to just spend the 900 bucks at brenspeed and get the purge, bottle heater, window switch, pressure gauge, and nitrous kit for the whole wet kit?
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so why would i get a dry over a wet though? Would it not be cheaper and easier to just spend the 900 bucks at brenspeed and get the purge, bottle heater, window switch, pressure gauge, and nitrous kit for the whole wet kit?
Depends on what kind of wet kit it is. Got a link?

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all the parts like window switch pressure gauge are in the nitrous section of the 05+
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