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    Hey guys im kinda new to the whole jeep thing . I have a 93 gc laredo with the 318 in it. I was wondering if imcan do a NOS setup, if anyones done it on the stock motor and what do i need to do it .


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    why?


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    Re: NOS

    Are you gonna run nos or nitrous

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nYXkKN1k7M"]YouTube - Paul Walker Fast and Furious Need NOS scene[/ame]
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    Re: NOS

    Love the first 1 movie
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    You would.
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    you can i heard 25 was max per cylinder a lot around here dont do it as we dont want to get a tank refilled to have fun we like the constant power.. also there is a difference between a wet and dry shot im not familiar with either of them.. i know one is better then the other and will help the motor to last longer..
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    Re: NOS

    Or that random plate on the bottom of th e car and yes I do like those movies and ya there pretty retarded in some of the shit they say but oh well

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    Dry spray it just straight nitrous, wet is nitroussprayed with fuel at the same time. Thats the major differnce between the two.
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    ok guys easy here......

    yes you can run nitrous. i ran a 125 wet shot when i first started years ago.

    my jeep was stock except for the nitrous a cat back and cold air intake. i would run 13.7-13.5. it was just a pain to get 2.5 runs in and have to spend $50 to refill the bottle.

    im going to move this too fi section.........

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    a few guys have run nitrous - i ALMOST ran a 100 shot on top of boost, years back.

    it depends on how big of a shot you want to run.

    a 93 you cant get an SCT tune for, so you are most likely better off using a wet shot ~100hp, and get an msd ignition control to retard timing when the nitrous is fired.
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    nitrous is for people who aren't fast enough. ill never put the poison in any thing I have or will have. except for maybe a lawn mower to surprise the wifey. and that's when I have a house, a wifey, and a lawn mowed, of course.
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    nitrous is the cheapest way to add power. nothign wrong with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saleen4971 View Post
    nitrous is the cheapest way to add power. nothign wrong with it.
    it still makes me giggle



    its great when your already making power and have the parts to handle the spray, but on a stock motor, if it was to spray at the wrong time,or too much, kiss your engine goodby
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    The kits today are all pretty well designed for the stock apps. Just don't buy a real old kit from ebay.

    I would start with a 50-75 wet shot and work from there. I am still considering a small shot on top of boost. or to help me get out of the hole until my boost really ramps up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scjeep4.7HO View Post
    The kits today are all pretty well designed for the stock apps. Just don't buy a real old kit from ebay.

    I would start with a 50-75 wet shot and work from there. I am still considering a small shot on top of boost. or to help me get out of the hole until my boost really ramps up.
    me too. except, a shot on top of everything always.
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    i know some wont believe this, but nitrous on a stock motor, when tuned accordingly is no less reliable than a motor that is driven off the lot... IF set up right, you wont risk it blowin up no more than a stock motor. my dad has been building nitrous motors since he was 17 (he's 54 now) heck, he has monty smith in his contact list on his phone... they've tuned cars together. anyone who hates Nitrous doesnt know the truth about it. to the OP you dont put NOS on a vehicle NOS is a designation for Nitrous Oxide Systems, its a company. you put nitrous on a vehicle. i have nitrous on my quad, then again, it has almost zero hours on it.. dont plan to put nitrous on ur jeep if it has 200K on it, i doubt it would last, its pretty worn in.
    another side note, the PSI test port on the fuel rail is a good spot for it being we have it in such a conveinient location.
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    um, the fuel pressure test port on the fuel rail is a good spot for what?

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    To pull fuel from for a wet kit, I'm assuming.
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    Martys dictom: always run a second fuel line, never the port on the fuel rail....he told me that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RINGWRAITH View Post
    Martys dictom: always run a second fuel line, never the port on the fuel rail....he told me that.
    i second that... or at least put a T in the line, dont use the schrader port

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    my dads been using the schrader port on all his vettes for years... he runs consistant 11s in his 89, 77, and 87 vettes, no tune, stock 350, stock 700R4... i think he might have an MSD ignition on his 89... juss sayin... now his stingray is a different story

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