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Old 07-29-2010, 12:10 PM   #1
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we all know nitrous, lets hear what you got
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I think you just push a button???

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The button sure is fun though. Great for index racing.
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can i run a dry set up without power comander or do you recomend a power comander and can i use the ngk spark plugs or do you think i should go with another brand my bike only has k&n air filter and hmf exhaust other than that it's stock
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can i run a dry set up without power comander or do you recomend a power comander and can i use the ngk spark plugs or do you think i should go with another brand my bike only has k&n air filter and hmf exhaust other than that it's stock
I wouldnt personally, too much risk of running the motor lean then BOOM! I think you can use the Stock NGK plugs as long as your not spraying all the time, and get it tuned on the dyno. There are other options that are cheaper but you take a big risk of hurting the motor. These are the main reasons i havent put my dry kit on yet, no time to get the bike on a dyno and get it tuned, way too busy with school and work right now.
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I got the first answered but still kind of undecided. Debating on goin 13.8:1 with a smaller shot or going with lower compression and runnin a 2 stage big shot. Im thinkin the 2 stage will be better back half but I would have to spray hard off the line to get it movin. Any input???

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On a side note I found a nice lil turbo kit I am thinkin about too lol.
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Old 07-30-2010, 07:26 AM   #14
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I got the first answered but still kind of undecided. Debating on goin 13.8:1 with a smaller shot or going with lower compression and runnin a 2 stage big shot. Im thinkin the 2 stage will be better back half but I would have to spray hard off the line to get it movin. Any input???

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On a side note I found a nice lil turbo kit I am thinkin about too lol.
Im no motor or nitrous guru but i like the sound of just going with a built motor with a small shot, so you can make just motor passes and it not run like a dog off the spray which a low compression motor will.

Just my thoughts
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Old 07-30-2010, 07:56 AM   #15
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Thats why I am leanin more towards the high compression small shot, I can run decent motor or spray. Then once I push it past its limits and tear some stuff up its time to tear it apart and go with my original plan. Then it will be low comp all spray.
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Thats why I am leanin more towards the high compression small shot, I can run decent motor or spray. Then once I push it past its limits and tear some stuff up its time to tear it apart and go with my original plan. Then it will be low comp all spray.
Sounds like you're all over it.
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sounds like your gonna have a pretty good running bike. man i need to make it out to baytown one of these days and run the 1000 i picked up just recently
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Nitrous set ups can bring on brain tumors. There are so many options as well as variables. All the different activation methods, delivery options, controllers, rev. limiters, windows, jet sizes, wet/dry, pressure, filters, gauge types, tunes, fuels, heaters, pressure regulators,ect.
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Old 07-30-2010, 08:47 AM   #19
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Your tellin me....every time I make up my mind on how I wanna set it up a lil voice in my head says what if you do this, then its back to square one. I had to back of my original plan because of the new baby and the cost to get it all done so im gonna do a smaller, cheaper build to get me back runnin for now but keep commin up with different ways to do it. I need to just stick with one and go.
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I guess it dosnt matter too much, it will still be a fast 750
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