Regardless of correct install and use, cost of using it is a big deterrent in my book.If nitrous is used correctly and installed properly it does not harm the engine, I knew a guy who used at least two 50 shots everyday for four years straight and never blew the engine up, man do I love that sh!t
That could happen with any power adder .. I personally destroyed the rear mount attached to the differential with my completely stock 94 Super Coupe. Weakest link in the chain always breaks. :tongue:The reason I ask is that I know another member here who did this with his NOS system. Sometimes it isn't the engine that takes the beating from the NOS.
Regardless of correct install and use, cost of using it is a big deterrent in my book.
How many bottles do you think he went through in those four years at what? $5 to $8 a pound of gas? ... depending on where you or he live ...
How much do you spend a year on refills? Did you have to buy a bottle heater?
In addition to cost, N2O is just to temperature tempermental for my liking and ... you have to open and close the bottle. I've seen so many stories ... "I forgot to open the bottle ..." I just LMAO.
I like my Methanol/water injection. It's just as effective as N2O, not picky about the temp., much safer and so much more economical.
BTW, you didn't happen to do this with your properly installed and used nitrous did you? :tongue:
The reason I ask is that I know another member here who did this with his NOS system. Sometimes it isn't the engine that takes the beating from the NOS.
You are corect TM in that respect. To each their own. But you must look at all the circumstances.Sorry you didn't get the car there Shawn.
Some like it, some don't. I said that earlier.
I know it works well for you and Chris and Steve; not so well for Joker there ...
To each their own. It's just not for me.