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Nitrous goodness

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by nonnieselman, Jun 14, 2013.

  1. nonnieselman

    nonnieselman Member 1 Year

    This was last may when we went to the old 1/4 mile track they reopened

    Just wanted to see what it would do before the turbo goodness starts happening.

    First pass was a wicked 15.2@94 2.3 60'!!
    That was with the LQ4, 215/215 .566/.566 114lsa cam, Stock 4L80E and stock 80E torque converter.
    Haha. Lil slower than i was expecting but oh well.

    2nd pass was on a 75 shot.
    The kit come on just a lil before i was ready so there was quite a bunch of tire spinage. 14.6@101 2.6 60'

    Decided to try spraying it bout at the 60'.
    13.8@103 2.28 60'

    Remembered that i had pulled a trailer last week and let my tire pressure down from 45 to 28 :D
    Turned the ranchos down to 0 and put 20# air in the helper bags.

    Scan looked good so i pulled 2* timing out and went to a 125 shot.
    13.5@103 2.1 60'
    Hot lap it and ran a 13.3@104 2.06 60'

    Swapped the nitrous jet out from a .057 to a .062 since it was rich. So now on the 150 shot it did a 13.2@105 2.05
    I sprayed at 5mph and it hooked, so had to try it again.
    13.1@106 2.05

    Not to shabby considering i was on 265/65/17 hankook dynapro ATs that were less than 40% tread.
    Now its turbo time!

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