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Anyone use nitrous? I just put my single fogger kit on my buds 95XR7 w/4.6. Put the nozzle in air box spraying toward the mass air(dry set up). With 100hp jet it went [email protected]+mph in 1/8mile that's roughly 14.70in 1/4. Without NO2 it went 10.20's. No mods but air box silencer removed,drilled 4- 1/8in holes in stock t-stat,removed resonator. Has stock gearing and only pulls a 2.6 60ft time on motor,2.1 w/NO2.
Where can you get a stall for this thing? We need at least a 2500-2800???
Thanks guys:p
 

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you can get a stall out of a lincoln mark VIII, its between 2500 and 2800. alot of people run PI stallion units too. as far as nitrous goes, there are several people running deep 13's with modest shocks on mildly modified 4.6's.

ive never heard of the nozzle in the airbox. you might want to try that right before the throttle body.
 

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Right about that J-Rob. The best (Only) place to put that line is just before the Throttle body so you get all of it. I don't think the Mass Air will like that very much after a little while, (BUT) I don't know for sure! Better put it where it belongs. Good luck.
 

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by putting it before the MAF, I think you would be seriously compromising the EEc's tuning of the outside air and fuel. I would think you would go rich. That's alot better than lean, but going too rich too often will lead to cat failure.
 

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There is a guy that has brought in a 01 cobra 2 times for a new engine, not under warrenty, because he was running the nitrous into his meter, leaned it waaaaay out and fried 4 holes the first time and 3 the seond

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It is spraying only nitrous,the nos passing through the meter tells the computer it is "seeing" more air and the computer richens the mixture accordingly-AKA "dry shot".
If it was leaning out the 100hp shot would have killed the engine the first time lol. We didn't wanna spray it wet cause of the plastic intake(fuel puddling can go boom in intake)and the intake has some funky turns. Compucar calls it "Nitrous in a bag" and I think Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords tested it a few years ago. I think 100 hp is about the limit w/stk maf and inj. If you were inj NO2 and fuel the nozzle would go at the throttle body. It works very well as it picked us up 8/10's in the 1/8mile! :D
 

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move the valve

Valve must be more than 8 inches less than 16 inches from throttle body.I took my 60 ft from a 2.8 to a 1.504 with my 75 shot and a 3 inch steel intake tube w/ram air scoop under fron air dam....Later
 

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ITSAV6 said:
We didn't wanna spray it wet cause of the plastic intake(fuel puddling can go boom in intake)
I thought you said it was a 95? 94-95's did not come with a plastic intake last I heard. Also, You should really re-think the placement of the "NAW'S"....dude.

Dr. F

.. Why did you drill holes in the T-stat?
 

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Re: nitrous

ITSAV6 said:
It is spraying only nitrous,the nos passing through the meter tells the computer it is "seeing" more air and the computer richens the mixture accordingly-AKA "dry shot".
If it was leaning out the 100hp shot would have killed the engine the first time lol. We didn't wanna spray it wet cause of the plastic intake(fuel puddling can go boom in intake)and the intake has some funky turns. Compucar calls it "Nitrous in a bag" and I think Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords tested it a few years ago. I think 100 hp is about the limit w/stk maf and inj. If you were inj NO2 and fuel the nozzle would go at the throttle body. It works very well as it picked us up 8/10's in the 1/8mile! :D
last time i checked, most good dry kits will bump the fuel pressure up when you spray. you should be able to knock more time of your ET with a more efficient spray. if youve still got the stock intake tube on that 95 4.6, thats definetly not helping the nitrous get where it should be. you should definetly be spraying right before the TB.
 

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94-95 did have a plastic intake. if he's injecting the air box, the n20 has to go thru the plastic intake. seems like a better idea to me so that the maf sensor can richen the mixture but i havnt tried so i wouldnt know. there are wierd channels in that thing.i dont think it will damage the maf any more than driving in winter crap. besides, its not like your running the bottle all the time:) is the 96+ intake the only reason for the 15 horse power increase for those years?
 

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NO.........

The 94-95's had the aluminum intake
The 96-97's had the plastic (composite) intake.

the dry nitrous system (not just the nitrous) will richen the mix according to how much nitrous you are spraying. It would damage the MAF sensor.

The 96-97's did not increase 15hp, they increased 15 ft/lb. of torque
 

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dyrtybyrd281 said:
94-95 did have a plastic intake. if he's injecting the air box, the n20 has to go thru the plastic intake. seems like a better idea to me so that the maf sensor can richen the mixture but i havnt tried so i wouldnt know. there are wierd channels in that thing.i dont think it will damage the maf any more than driving in winter crap. besides, its not like your running the bottle all the time:) is the 96+ intake the only reason for the 15 horse power increase for those years?
we aren't talking about the tube and "violin case" we are talking about the manifold.

yes the 96 intake is respondsible for 15 ft-lbs.
 

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dumba** me!

I didn't mean the manifold-I was talking about the funky *** inlet tube. We was scared the fuel would puddle in it and backfire. Anybody got a pic of a homemade metal tebe from t/body to maf?
Anybody know Jeff Horn from north GA? He just moved back home a few weeks ago.
Oh the small holes in t-stat lets it run a little cooler till new 180 comes in!:D
Later
 
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