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Old 09-06-2008, 06:00 PM
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Water meth/N2o Combo

I was wondering....

If A guy could use both water methanol and Nitrous at the same time to gain performance advantages in a 1.4 mile.



And yes I am Bat **** crazy at times.
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Old 09-11-2008, 04:19 AM
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theres no need for both...i have had both but i never used both at the same time. but if you wanna get one or the other i would say get the spray..its WAY safer then the meth.
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really? nitrous is much safer than water/meth? i thought that if you stauyed under 50% meth you would be fine.
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Old 09-11-2008, 09:32 AM
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theres no need for both...i have had both but i never used both at the same time. but if you wanna get one or the other i would say get the spray..its WAY safer then the meth.
I thought you got your 12.6 by using a combination of meth and n20?

I am just going to get this out there.... 12.6 with what you did makes your truck a freak. a freak of nature...
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Old 09-11-2008, 09:39 PM
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I thought you got your 12.6 by using a combination of meth and n20?

I am just going to get this out there.... 12.6 with what you did makes your truck a freak. a freak of nature...
noooo..i was running nitrous only..the meth wasnt even in the truck and isnt anymore. meth def. gives you power, from mr. innovative himself told me that meth is no good..its a good way to burn a hole in your pistons. Basically whatever you know about nitrous and gas cars, forget about all that. with the diesels it just stalls the motor out if you have to much or you just gonna run slower..you could build a homemade kit, its SUPER easy to set up. get a bottle, a nitrous solenoid and some -4 feed line, you could go with -6 but probably wont be necessary. Then run it off a push buttom switch from radio shack. thats it. even a nice used bottle, some line and a solenoid. your looking at like 300 bucks tops.

BTW thank you, my truck likes going fast what can i say??
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what size jet for the nitrous would be safe and what kinda power i got all the spare parts to do it what about egts nitrous raise or lower on diesels
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Old 09-12-2008, 06:56 PM
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you can play around with jet size...egts..they will lower ALOT
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thought so any baseline jet size dont want to get carried away my old girl aint got nothin big
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.65 or .87...something like that would work..you could start there and see what happens..i dont know too much about that superchips tuner you are running..if i were you i would buy an SCT and have Eric from Innovative diesel tune it. that way he can work with you and add more fuel and timing or whatever he thinks would work best for you!
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