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I want to learn everything that I can about running laughing gas on the 6.0. Any info is appreciated.


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I want to learn everything that I can about running laughing gas on the 6.0. Any info is appreciated.
first thing you need to do is get head studs!

Then just buy a diesel nitrous kit. If you want Big power get a dual stage if you just want a 100 shot or something small like that get a single stage. You have the xcal so get you a custom tune with lots of fuel or get you some sticks
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You can max out the stock injectors with a head stud tune. I dont think there is much power to gain with stock injectors so the real power is when you get bigger sticks like 190cc.


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I talked to Eric from Innovative about this, he told me to run my current extreme Race, the one designed for stock head bolts because its slightly less timing, then run an open solenoid off the bottle with no Jet for that!


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Y I dont think there is much power to gain with stock injectors so the real power is when you get bigger sticks like 190cc.
thats incorrect..there are major gains from stock injectors and a spraying..look at Imelmo..he runs a 13.34 on fuel and a 12.51 on spray..the you have Evan who runs a 13.4 on fuel and a 12.3 on spray..

the numbers speak for themselves.

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thats incorrect..there are major gains from stock injectors and a spraying..look at Imelmo..he runs a 13.34 on fuel and a 12.51 on spray..the you have Evan who runs a 13.4 on fuel and a 12.3 on spray..

the numbers speak for themselves.
adam right on with my numbers!..ohh and dont forget to delete your egr as well...you will puke hardcore with the extra pressure

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I have head studs now. I havent deleted the egr cooler yet. Right now i am just trying to get all of the info. I like knowing everything that I can before I do something.

What problems have you guys rub into?


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thats incorrect..there are major gains from stock injectors and a spraying..look at Imelmo..he runs a 13.34 on fuel and a 12.51 on spray..the you have Evan who runs a 13.4 on fuel and a 12.3 on spray..

the numbers speak for themselves.
Ok I dont doubt it, but can someone explain why vs, its just happpens?


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Ok I dont doubt it, but can someone explain why vs, its just happpens?
what dont you understand? the stock injectors supply left over fuel. thats clear from seeing black smoke. when you use nitrous it adds more air, you already have the fuel. with a fuel system you are supply the stock injectors with more pressure without dropping.

with bigger injectors yes it would work but if you put the correct jet/ or have the right tuning you can run plenty of spray

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