Smallest Shot For A Gen 2

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  1. FILT166

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    looking at nos but want to go with the smallest shot that's worth it.
    What is the smallest shot you can do or feel?
    Mainly doing roll racing from around 60-180
    May do some digs....
    Just want to do enough to beat them, not be in kill more just yet.
    Bike has brocks and a Johnny cheese tune, stock gearing, stock arm.
     
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    You should easily be able to spray 30 dry across the air temperature sensor ~ but where do you plan to hide your nitro-us bottle . . .

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    I didn't wanna do that much just yet to be honest...
    Even a 15 hp if possible would work....
    It'll be small bursts anyhow to just stay in front...
    A small bottle is easy to hide though for one night a week or once a month
     
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    Just get more seat time & out ride your friends . . .

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    I out ride them already, but there's going to be a few better bikes, not riders out there when we roll race.
    Anyone can roll race.
    Some fast cars also over 1k so I'm just looking for a little more pep
     
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    Just remember that when you spray cold NOS over the Air Temperature Sensor . . .

    The computer will only add a small amount of additional fuel !

    So that mixture needs to be very precise .

    You could hurt something ?

    Red, *<(;()-
     
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    If you plan on spraying a Gen 2 Busa you will have to have Johnny Cheese give you a nitrous tune and lock the injector to spray 50/50. Once that is done stock to a 30 or 40 shot with stock valve springs. I can also supply you with a complete nitrous kit
     
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    30 dry and talk to the cheeseman for the fuel mix
     
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    Fuel fuel fuel
     
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    And buy your hardware in US from GIXX1300 and listen to him
     
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    That's what I'm doing, communicating with him for my questions and kit.
    This will be the route I go.

     
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    I sprayed 40 hp for a couple years adding very little fuel ... not knowing that the map switch on my PC3 wasn't really doing anything at higher rpm's since I was hooked up to only one set of injectors. I know guys that spray 40 and never add fuel, not that I'm recommending this. I am comfortable adding fuel with nitrous control in ECU Editor on top of whatever tune you currently feel works appropriately when not spraying. You don't need to change injector mapping to 50/50, there is enough fuel available with stock mapping. If you spray 10 or 12 hp (realistic minimum) adding fuel is really not that big of a deal.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing. I've seen peeps do worse but it's all a gamble
     
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    You really should listen to someone that test and design nitrous components rather that someone that just uses them
     
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    You can do a 60 dry on a bone stock Gen 2 through the ECU editor with the right stuff.
    California kid did it for the mile and 1.5 mile for years
     

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