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Advice needed for nitrous on Gen1 engine in a light small car.

Discussion in 'Nitrous' started by Keppni, Jul 12, 2015.


  1. Keppni

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    I have installed Gen1 engine in a 1500 lbs car, and its works great!
    I like to take it to the 1/4 mile drag-race, and now I want to add some few hp to it, what else ;)?

    I have done some searching here but as my project is "different", I am hoping you guys with your knowledge can help me out.

    Can you give me some good advice's on what Nitrous I should go for and not the least, can anyone help me out with a good suitable Map? Could 50 hp with the right map be okay?

    The engine is stock with PC5, Autotune module, custom build exhaust (flows very well), High volume fuel pump (Walbro 255), TRE installed, stiffer springs in the clutch and always running 98 oct fuel. I am going to use a Foam air filter (55 mm high, pls see the picture here: Competition Filters | Pipercross Performance Air Filters

    Also where should I install the nozzles as I am not using the standard Hayabusa Airbox? Can I spray inside the Foam air filter?

    Thanks
     
  2. Gixx1300R

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    Post pis of your setup
     
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    maybe u shud sign up to be a Sponsor.
     
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    Just showing the guy how nozzles should be installed in a cylinder head, wanted him to know who makes the stuff I use.
     

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