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need some very improtant advice
Tuesday, November 30, 2010 10:14 PM
ok i have a 2200 ovh turbo running bout 5 to 7 boost stok everything on the engine but i have a full 2 1/2 exsot and i want to run a lil bit of NOS so what should i run i was thinking a 30 dry shot ???? any ideas

Re: need some very improtant advice
Wednesday, December 01, 2010 4:36 AM
read the thread right below yours.

way to search.



Re: need some very improtant advice
Friday, December 03, 2010 11:53 AM
30 dry shot = a child shot. Man up. Throw 300 at it. Buhahahaha.



Re: need some very improtant advice
Friday, December 03, 2010 12:10 PM
we need a spell check button...



Re: need some very improtant advice
Friday, December 03, 2010 12:15 PM
Daniel Thissen wrote:

we need a spell check button...


Ill draw you a map. Look at the reply box. Put your finger on the B for bold and go straight down. Its right there. Hahahaha.

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Re: need some very improtant advice
Monday, December 06, 2010 7:31 AM
TheSundownFire (GME Chat) wrote:

Daniel Thissen wrote:

we need a spell check button...


Ill draw you a map. Look at the reply box. Put your finger on the B for bold and go straight down. Its right there. Hahahaha.

Or use Firefox. It has a built in spell check.


Where is this map, I nidz sum spel chekings!




Re: need some very improtant advice
Saturday, December 18, 2010 4:34 AM
Well based off your photo in your reg, I would recomend getting an intercooler before I would even consider spray, You'll make more power via turbo then you can safely with an unintercooled turbo and spray.

OK I went back and looked at your mods and you seriously should get some bigger injectors, intercooler, wideband and a solid tune, running z24 injectors is holding you back. I would re think your turbo kit and what you want to make power wise because even with a stock LN2 you can make 200+whp no problem with a solid tune . I'm willing to bet you would be happier with that than adding some juice and making expensive noises.




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