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Old 12-14-2010, 01:35 PM
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I know the more transfer the less spin. Mine aren't adjustable which is why I have been playing with the amount of air in the airbags, getting away with it till now. Just heard I won't see her till January... getting work done scks when everything on your truck is custom. Time is never of the essence hahahaha

Good luck and let me know how it works for you. I may not get to the track till February or March at this rate. I never do January and Feb depends on the weather for me.
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xdodgex24 if you didnt change the fuel jet for you buddies f150 thats why it blew. ford fuel system puts out a lower psi than chevy. for instance if i can remember this right a a 36lb ford fuel injector installed in a chevy is actually along the lines of a 42lb injector so you ran the motor lean as shit.

also whats the most juice anyone has ever put on a stock hemi and it took it? i know of a silverado 5.3 that was full bolt on 250 shot (it was tuned for nitrous though) and i took a full bottle the guy had a new motor ready to go in and figured hed have sum fun n see what it could take. hada put a 300 shot on it to finish it off
I agree with you somewhat, that Ford probably had 42lb injectors from the factory. The problem people forget is a stock motor will only take so much NOS on stock parts. I had to change my Lightning from 42lb to 60lb and change my fuel pumps to 255 pumps and tweak my tune for NOS. If done correctly it is a beautiful thing.
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I run a 200hp hit on my once stock bottom end LS1(now a 408) Camaro. I have run a 100hp hit on my intake/catback 05 sxt neon for fun, a 175hp hit through my old LT1 and 89 Fox with a 306 and plan on running a 100hp shot through my 04 1500 once it warms up out here. every vehicle is different and reacts to nitrous differently. I have seen plenty cars handle it well and others not so much.
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Nice you guysare in az, been to speedworld many times think ive seen the tuck there b4
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............................which truck? the OP... Yeah he been there a few times.. not for over a year though. truck is no more.

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Nitrous is a blast! (hopefully not literally...)

I love nitrous for the track, don't like it for the street though as it isn't constant power. From my little bit of experience with it, wet is way safer than dry systems. Also, port injection is way safer as well. The best thing about nitrous is that it is relatively cheap and you can get alot of power from it. Nitrous gives you huge torque off idle, great when you have a 5,000 lb vehicle.
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both Chris and I are running 28" Hoosier Slicks (on 17's)...need to dial in the suspension though, even with slicks I spun hard... here's my 12.38 run on a 125 shot.. 1st truck, 1st run...

Nice vids, I seen vids of the white qc 1500 quite a few times. The Dakota looks like it could use a pinion snubber to put some wieght on the rear. It looks like there's too much wheel hop and rearend sag there. Also I noticed some missing out a couple of times with the Dakota when shifting either second or third unless I was hearing things. But nice runs, love the big white one, I really enjoy watching that truck race, lol! When are you guys hitting the nitrous (Dakota in particular), in my days we use to have to wait till we built up some rpms or else...is it any different now? Was wondering if that was what I heard with the Dakota those two times.
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nitrous is fun in any vehicle if used properly. how well do the trannys hold up?
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