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Tuning for N20

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    Where do I start? What do you have to do to to make it safe, and How big of a shot could i run safely with my current mod's?

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    none; you are going to need at a minimum a fuel pump...

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    Thanks! i'll check into that

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    Look into a drop in replacement like Racetronix and don't forget a new harness or 'hotwire' kit.

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    are you going to do a wet shot or dry? If dry I bet you'll need injectors....I would imagine you already need them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    are you going to do a wet shot or dry? If dry I bet you'll need injectors....I would imagine you already need them.
    ya i want to do a wet shot prob just a 150. I already have 36lbhr bosh injectors, do you think i need bigger?

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    So there is no need to tune for nitrous? i was told by several people that ur supposed to pull a few degrees of timing. im running a 75 shot dry and have 42# racetronix injectors and walbro fuel pump. I know that pulling some timing will take away some hp but how much? if it only takes away like 5hp and is safer than i will go ahead and pull a few degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Crash View Post
    ya i want to do a wet shot prob just a 150. I already have 36lbhr bosh injectors, do you think i need bigger?
    nevermind....I didn't see them in your mods list and assumed you were still on stock injectors.

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