Dry NOS Kit


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I am about to add a 40hp shot dry nitrous kit to my 99 Busa, and I was wondering how much of an advantage I will have over other Busa's that dont have this mod. My other mods include a Yosh RS3 Duplex, Two intake cams with yosh cam sprockets, PC3 USB, BMC air filter, and a modified airbox. I also went from a 40 to a 43 on the rear sprocket which I think I am going back to the 40 tooth. Any input will be appreciated.
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(BusaRyder3 @ Sep. 12 2006,18:23)
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I  am about to add a 40hp shot dry nitrous kit to my 99 Busa, and I was wondering how much of an advantage I will have over other Busa's  that dont have this mod. My other mods include a Yosh RS3 Duplex, Two intake cams with yosh cam sprockets, PC3 USB, BMC air filter, and a modified airbox. I also went from a 40 to a 43 on the rear sprocket which I think I am going back to the 40 tooth. Any input will be appreciated.
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nitrous will give you a huge advantage,and for you in particular,in general nitrous motors need a lot of exhaust to work efficiantly,so your intake cam on the exhaust should be a help

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The 40 shot will give you a fairly decent edge over a few.. And try going back to 40 tooth rear and down one up front.. I liked that setup best for better launches...
 

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use a top quality chain,and big sprockets,for best chain life

when i swapped my zvx for my zzz,i went to 18/43 (street) after 10 or 12 lb's of juice,allmost no adjustment

then i had the bright idea to shorten up the w/b 5/8's of an inch (mcintosh + 1.75'' arm) bad move on my part,so i put the 17-40 sprockets back on to get my w/b back,and every bottle (2 lb) it needs a very minor adjustment,i am under 160 without gear

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my new mcintosh arm, + 2.25'' with 2'' adjustment, billet ends,shold be here next week,new zzz and 18-44 to start
 

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NOS is fun, don't get anything smaller than a 2lb bottle, my 1lb doesn't last long enough. You will pull away from most any bike on the road just keep it all hidden and noone will be the wiser.
 
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Yes, I am a newb...but I have always wondered what the proper way of using NOS is? Do you wait till your topped out? Can you use it from launch? Shifting gears while using NOS?

On a related note, does anyone know of an inexpensive turbo kit for a busa? I am not looking for a land speed record here (well, maybe I am), but I would like to bump hp up to around 200 at the crank.
 

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(Keefer @ Sep. 25 2006,06:31) Yes, I am a newb...but I have always wondered what the proper way of using NOS is?  Do you wait till your topped out?  Can you use it from launch?  Shifting gears while using NOS?

On a related note, does anyone know of an inexpensive turbo kit for a busa?  I am not looking for a land speed record here (well, maybe I am), but I would like to bump hp up to around 200 at the crank.
how and when the n2o is activated is very much dependent on the bike setup

a long low dragbike could activate in first gear off a wot switch

a stock wheel base,stock ride hight,street bike with a moderate shot,isn't spraing until 3rd

these are the 2 extreemes,basicly the longer and lower you are,the earlier you can start spraying

i use a co2 shifter when on the gas,so there is no letting off when i shift

kind of refreshing to see someone with moderate goals,everyone allways wants the biggest,the most etc

i can't be of much help in the turbo selection area

but getting 200 hp at rear wheel (assuming that is what you ment) on nitrous would not be very hard
 

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