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Old 03-31-2009, 02:56 AM
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Nitrous Question

I found a deal on a used nitrous kit. It is a dry kit off of a 96 camaro. What else will I need anything special to make it work on my 2006 6.0? I know I need an elbow. Headstuds, egr delete, and regulated return are going on this week. Thanks

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not really as long as you got a bottle soloneid and the nozzles and everything you dont need to put on a new elbow to run the N20 i would start off with a small shot though if you dont have a N20 tune i HIGHLY recommend you get that.( after you get the tune eric will tell you what kind of shot to run) i got a tune on my truck along with a 2 stage 250 shot together eric told me not to do more then a 50 in my 2nd stage and iam doing 100 lol will see how it goes but yeah a tune and those parts what i said above is all you need and you will be good
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:41 PM
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definatly a nitrous tune. addingnitrous is the same effect as adding a larger turbo by adding more air to completely burn all the fuel. not nessisary but i believe you will get better nitrous performance by adding a fuel pump upgrade like a fass or airdog. im waiting until i put 190s in my truck for the nitrous to make sure that ill have the fuel to get all the power out of the nirtous
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:51 PM
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Just drill and tap your stock elbow for the jet if you don't want to buy a new elbow. Sounds like these guys have you covered on the rest.
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im all about the bottle
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I hate to tap the stock elbow. I guess with all the other going in under the hood it will not matter if the stocker is tapped or not. I am going to talk to Eric about it abd see what he says. IDK, I might give Cale a try!
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Old 04-02-2009, 06:12 PM
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I've got a stock elbow off my '06 I'll sell cheap if you don't want to drill yours. Don't need it anymore since I got a technicooler.
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what is your question?

the stock isnt bad and tapping it isnt bad at all..if you dont want it just put a 1/8npt bolt in there to cap it off.
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Yeah, I will probably just go ahead and tap my stocker. Do the aftermarket ones flow anymore that the stockers?
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Yeah, I will probably just go ahead and tap my stocker. Do the aftermarket ones flow anymore that the stockers?
i have had the CFM small mouth and now have the large mouth..honestly i didnt notice any difference. maybe a slightly better flow off the line/take off
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