75 dry shot after SD tune????
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10-27-2011, 08:09 PM #1
75 dry shot after SD tune????
I got a SD tune about a year ago when I upgraded to a 92/102 fast and I wanna spray a 75 dry shot. Only reason so little is because it's free...lucky me. So, does anyone know how dangerous this would be without having a retune?
10-27-2011, 09:02 PM #2
if you're in SD you won't have anyway to add the extra fuel needed.....go back to a MAF if you want to run a dry shot.
10-27-2011, 09:16 PM #3
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10-28-2011, 02:18 AM #4
Let me do some more research and figure out what I'm gonna need to make this a wet setup. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks already guys.
10-28-2011, 07:29 AM #5
Okay, done some more reading and I think I know what I need but unsure....fuel supply to a fuel solenoid, line to fuel/n2o nozzle and wire both the solenoids to a switch right? I do have fast fuel rails so I would tap from there since there's enough fuel volume to supply. Would I need a regulator before the solenoid? What would be the most I could run without too much risk?? I'm hoping a 75 -100 shot is within reason before a retune.
10-28-2011, 08:12 AM #6
sounds about right.....solenoid, jets, and fuel supply line. I can't really be a ton of help on the n2o side but I can on your other issue. *normally* a 75-100 wet shot you would be fine. What I would want to know is how much timing you're running? You can get timing trickers that will pull timing for spray and Frost makes one I believe for that purpose.
Just remember that n2o is cheap HP to begin with. You got a free dry kit out of the deal......don't pop your motor trying to skimp on shit. If it's not safe or correctly done.....don't do it. Just not worth the hassle and headache to burn a piston over a couple hundred dollars.
10-28-2011, 09:34 AM #7
I agree with u completely about skimping. Just seeing what I can put together for a grudge race later tomorrow night, lol. I don't know what my timing was set at with the tune. Is there anyway I can verify timing with my timing light myself or do I need a scan tool?
10-30-2011, 08:57 PM #8
nope.....you have to use software to see what timing you're running.
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