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Old 06-30-2010, 08:11 PM
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nitrous?

Ok, I'm new to diesel...but it seems that nitrous doesn't pose to any harm to the pistons, etc and can lower EGTs. Considering this...I'm thinking about adding a nitrous system for my 2011 F250 6.7L. Anybody have any suggestions about systems I should go with? Should I go dry or wet system? What size jet, etc? Thanks.

p.s. I don't want to hear anything about...''don't do this, it will void warranty"...really? I'm aware of warranty voids.

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Nitrous on a 6.7? This should get interesting

Question: Can you use nitrous the way you use propane? I mean to get a more complete burn and increase power/mpg's/less smoke. Or is nitrous strictly a quick burst of speed type of mod?
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well before you do nitrous to it id wait for spartan/innovative to come out with some tuning...you might be happy with just that...then after u have more fuel that the nitrous can burn to make power u can slap it on and start adjusting jets to get the power out of it that u want when you're spraying
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damn yall new truck guys
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Yes, I am waiting on a tuner, but I just wanted to get opinions and info since I have time to think about it.
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its gonna be just as safe on the 6.7 as it is on any other diesel..
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Yes, I am waiting on a tuner, but I just wanted to get opinions and info since I have time to think about it.
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its gonna be just as safe on the 6.7 as it is on any other diesel..
yes but with a stock tune there will not be much extra fuel to burn. rendering minimal gains.
safe but id wait for a tune to dump some fuel in it.

i pick mine up tomorrrow
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Old 07-01-2010, 10:29 PM
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The reason I'm thinking nitrous...if the tunes are anything like the ones for 6.4, I wanna run a 'safe' tune plus a spray
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yes but with a stock tune there will not be much extra fuel to burn. rendering minimal gains.
safe but id wait for a tune to dump some fuel in it.

i pick mine up tomorrrow
oh no doubt on the tuning and congrats on the new truck!!
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Yep You gotta have the fuel before you would wanna spray it. If you run a safe tune your still not going to see a big difference because the turbo is already getting enough air to the cylinders. Wait and use the bottle when there is so much fuel the turbo cant clean it up.
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