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This is a discussion on 150-200 shot within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; what HP will a 150 wet shot get you at the rear tires? and the same for a 200 shot ...

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    150-200 shot

    what HP will a 150 wet shot get you at the rear tires? and the same for a 200 shot

    im new to spray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    what HP will a 150 wet shot get you at the rear tires? and the same for a 200 shot

    im new to spray
    is this going on the 408?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiveass View Post
    is this going on the 408?
    yessir....starting with that then going to 250 shot BUT i would like an idea what these shot bring at the wheels

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    In general, you can take 15-20% off of flywheel HP numbers to find what they would be at the wheels... but, understand there are a ton of variables in play.

    First, there are differences between manufacturer's "shots"... Second is drivetrain losses are gonna be different from car to car... then there are differences because of engine differences (i.e. different cams/heads will give you different results on the jug).

    So, as you can see, there are too many variables to nail it down very accurately. Only one way to find out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSXZ28 View Post
    In general, you can take 15-20% off of flywheel HP numbers to find what they would be at the wheels... but, understand there are a ton of variables in play.

    First, there are differences between manufacturer's "shots"... Second is drivetrain losses are gonna be different from car to car... then there are differences because of engine differences (i.e. different cams/heads will give you different results on the jug).

    So, as you can see, there are too many variables to nail it down very accurately. Only one way to find out...
    what kit do you recommend??

    goal is 700rwhp sooo the 408 alone will be 500-525rwhp, my last dyno was 500 without spray/ the giant cam/ fuel setup and couple other things BUT that was not a final tune, still needed some more work

    (i have....408, AFR 225 heads, tx giant cam, FAST intake, full exhaust, M6, high flow rails, 42 injectors, SD tune and all the other BS)

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    Well, I'm not a big fan of spraying a bunch of nitrous on a stock type intake unless you have a direct port... When I wanted to go above a 150 shot, I went to a Vic Jr and a carb plate type nitrous setup (ZEX perimiter plate), along with an elbow and 90mm TB. I would go direct port or plate... Nitro Dave's plate for the FAST intake is one to look into if you want to stay with that intake, but not go direct port...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSXZ28 View Post
    thats a nice setup.....but dam thats a shit load of money

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    In thatlink on the more expensive one what does it come with intake and all or what

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_746 View Post
    In thatlink on the more expensive one what does it come with intake and all or what
    you have to go to tech and ask them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_746 View Post
    In thatlink on the more expensive one what does it come with intake and all or what
    Uhmm... no... That intake alone is like $900! That is the complete nitrous system. The cheaper one is the plate only...

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    Thanks for the replies helped alot and is changing the intake a good mod to do or what is im gonna do nitrous and a tune just dont know if the intake is worth the money it would look good though

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    On my 408 i had a direct port 200 shot with 116 fuel got approx 150hp on the dyno

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    Have not used nitrous so i dont want to go real big whats a good start for a stocker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_746 View Post
    Have not used nitrous so i dont want to go real big whats a good start for a stocker
    75-100 for safe....150 if you want to test how long your engine will last lol....some poeple may disagree BUT i rather be safe then sorry

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    Is there any kit that anyone cld recommend for reliability and consistency

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_746 View Post
    Is there any kit that anyone cld recommend for reliability and consistency
    is your car 100% stock?

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    Nitrous Outlet plate systems are good ones...

    http://www.nitrousoutlet.com/catalog...=14&section=37

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    Yes it is 100% stock fixin to gt a granelli maf sensor but i found one pretty cheap someone is sellin me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_746 View Post
    Yes it is 100% stock fixin to gt a granelli maf sensor but i found one pretty cheap someone is sellin me
    why you swap the MAF?

    i would do full bolt on's before i get the spray

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