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Max Wet Spray H/C on stock bottem end???

This is a discussion on Max Wet Spray H/C on stock bottem end??? within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; here is the intended set up 224/220 .581/.581 116+0 LSA Patriot LS6 (real 243 casting) Ported Heads LS6 intake direct ...

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    Max Wet Spray H/C on stock bottem end???

    here is the intended set up

    224/220 .581/.581 116+0 LSA
    Patriot LS6 (real 243 casting) Ported Heads
    LS6 intake direct port

    awaiting response from LS2TUNER

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    heads are milled for 11:1 compression... ill get specifics on SCR DCR when i get home

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    I've always been told that more exhaust duration on the cam is better with nitrous... I sprayed a TNT wet 100shot to the tune of 576rwhp/590rwtq on my heads/cam/stock bottom-end set-up. No problems for a couple years, but eventually pushed a head-gasket.

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    well, i'm not ls2tuner, but i think i can give a decent answer. i've been 200 rwhp on my stock bottom end. 150 should be no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADDLS1 View Post
    here is the intended set up

    224/220 .581/.581 116+0 LSA
    Patriot LS6 (real 243 casting) Ported Heads
    LS6 intake direct port

    awaiting response from LS2TUNER
    225 ALL day with the right A/F ratio and good gas. I hope your Patriot heads are better than the 3 different sets people have brought by the machine shop. They looked bad. Quickys to say the least.
    Hope you have a fuel system to support the mtr. and the unit!!!I would also run the thick MLS gasket to get your quench area right. It will also help it handle more bottle.
    Don't be afraid of the bottle!!! Be afraid of your tune!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danziger View Post
    I've always been told that more exhaust duration on the cam is better with nitrous... eventually pushed a head-gasket.
    i know - 224/228 or 232 would be optimal but sleeeppprrrr... so ill sacrafice some gains... plus the exh dur isnt much of a factor under 200
    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    i've been 200 rwhp on my stock bottom end. 150 should be no problem.
    kit maxes @ 300 (RWHP) so i was figuring 150/200 would be a nice number
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    225 ALL day with the right A/F ratio and good gas. I hope your Patriot heads are better than
    Hope you have a fuel system to support the mtr. and the unit!!!
    I would also run the thick MLS gasket to get your quench area right. It will also help it handle more bottle.
    well they're real LS6 castings - everyone was having problems with the "LS6 style" heads (stage 1.5/2/2.5 etc etc)
    ill prob go conservative and run a 150 & be satisfied with high 10's
    better then being greedy & loosing a motor... and alot of $$$ on a race
    my tune will be right on... compliments of Eastside Performance
    i was thinking of running the racetronix upgrade system...
    what injectors should i look to run? 42's or bigger? (i was hopeing to run SVO's but i dont know if they'll be enough injector)

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    I know a guy in Florida who has been running a 225shot on a basically stock LS1 for years...he's won a lot of races/money too. I also know a guy in NC who blew a ringland on a 100shot/bolt-on LS1. Moral of the story? Don't ever bank on something NOT breaking...especially when dealing with the high cylinder pressures of nitrous. It sounds like you are being smart and taking the right steps, but start small and be patient. I've seen too many guys (especially import guys) get greedy with nitrous and break stuff. If you are a M6, you better start saving for a clutch and rear...

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    MOST of the deathly failures I've seen have been from IMPROPER installs,wanna-be wiring jobs,going off of somebody elses jetting,and last but not least NO TUNING on the timing.
    Nitrous is safe as the install and tune!!


    They used nitrous on the airplanes back in WWII.

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    3800 stall & stock 10 bolt for now

    12bolt w. 3.73 or 3.90's in the future
    fully build 4l60e too

    thanks for all the input guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS2Tuner View Post
    Nitrous is safe as the install and tune!!
    I'm a DIY-er but Eastside will take care of the install & tuning
    everything else is & will be done by me

    im looking forward to winning $$$ to compensate for all i've dumped into her

    she better treat me right LOL

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