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Re: More NOS information (archive)

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Posted by adam p on February 25, 2000 at 05:03:44:

In Reply to: More NOS information posted by Nicholas on February 24, 2000 at 22:47:57:

: Adam, I just read your post and wanted to tell you that if you get NOS you need the stock chip because you'll need the original ignition mapping. My friend had a scary experience with his attempt with NOS as he failed to change the amount of fuel the engine was getting. If you do decide to get NOS, make sure you adress this because without enough fuel there is the possibilty of detonation. Just another opinion.
: Nicholas
: 89 M3

awsome....i have thought about hte NOS kit for a while and think i am going to get a kit that is set up for our is a 50 shot of nos in only 2-5th gears and only past 2500rpm and only at full is a safer way to do it and to ensure that all sideffects will be like a normal maintance type of deal...average wear and tear in a slighty speeder time frame...the car they tested with this kit ran a 14.3 at the track...that is enough for NOW.. as far as detoniaton is concerned they give a chip with the kit to ensure this kinda of timing is all funky do to my chip so i will have a lot of work ahead of me to set it up to stock

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