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Old 01-27-2008, 05:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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i wanted to go with nitrous for the reno because i wanna have good gas milage when i dont use the nitrous unlike turbo were i got to use it all thim so my questin is have anyone nitrouse the reno or forenza and what system should i go with wet or dry? because i know dry kit has to have a return line so i read and wet can cause puddles inside ur engine so what should i go with
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i wanted to go with nitrous for the reno because i wanna have good gas milage when i dont use the nitrous unlike turbo were i got to use it all thim so my questin is have anyone nitrouse the reno or forenza and what system should i go with wet or dry? because i know dry kit has to have a return line so i read and wet can cause puddles inside ur engine so what should i go with
and your name is turboreno???

anyways, you'll probably have to talk to one of the new guys on here that said he's experienced with nitrous.
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Old 01-27-2008, 05:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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use a universal Fogger system. this has 2 inputs into the Cold Air intake and will only work when you're at WOT. this kinda of setup if tuned properly can give up to a 50hp boost but i'd say if you got 10-25 you should take it cuz nitrous is finicky. If you want to see one used Project Car magazine Put one in a Focus. I don't know of anyone on here who's run nitrous yet. You'll also need to play with your ignition timing and run some colder plugs. Iridium are best.
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lol i was going to go turbo i wanted turbo ever since i could drive and well reno only one guy i know of turbo a reno and nitrous is cheaper in the long ran i was thinking a 50 shot and i wouldent have to retard the timing just have to get colder plugs a was thinking a dry shot sniper kit efi 4 cycle kit has 35 50 and 75 shot can work my way up cause if i retard my timeing when im not useing nitrous my car would run shitty wouldent it i dunno guess i will have to try it myself if it work it works if not new motor
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I always hear WET is the safest...and I didn't find any disadvantages of WET over DRY when I looked into nitrous myself a couple years ago. I didn't look very hard though.
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