I always thought running n2o lines in a car was legal in any state in aust. Can you confirm this?
As long as the bottle isnt in.
75hp is what im thinking for the crossflow down the track. Was your plate a gas only one or gas/fuel. Leaning out an engine with n20 will go bang in no time so im wondering how you combat this if the plate is n20 ONLY and not injecting that extra fuel.
Isnt it best practise to also use spark plugs a few points colder?
Make sure your existing pump supplies enough pressure to the carb.
Buy a shitty electric $35 pump from repco or bursons, or if you are a bit worried about your engine going bang, buy a better pump and a 4psi normally open switch.
Hook the electric pump up to your n2o plate. go for it.
Please let me know what your intentions are. do you car about your car/driveline? do you just want to experiment with nitrous?
I might have a play with it after i get my 500 working right.
My intentions are to get the xf into 14 sec zone down the quarter. Bang for buck n20 is my next option i want to take but limit power to a max of 75hp as i dont want to rebuild the bottom end as its pretty fresh wish a reco less than 30,000 ago by waggot.
Last edited by fordmuscle_83; 03-09-2004 at 23:17.
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