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Old 03-26-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm installing my nitrous outlet kit soon, did my plug change tonight almost done, I gapped the tr6's to .035... Running 150 max , I have lid, stock maf, long tubes full exhaust no cats stock tune still... The nitrous kit is complete minus pressure, fuel cut off, blo tube.Just making sure my gap is good for 75-150 and any other suggestions?? Thanks! Oh wet btw and will dyno tune
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Old 03-27-2012, 07:10 AM   #2
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Ya, throw tr6's in the trash.
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Old 03-27-2012, 07:15 AM   #3
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Take those tr6s out and run BR7EF'S. Im running br7ef's gapped at. 032 with my 150 shot.
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Ya, throw tr6's in the trash.
lol agreed
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:28 AM   #5
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whats wrong with tr6's? im running those now which it was tuned with would it hurt my car if i switch to the br7ef's and would it be a noticeable difference?
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Br7 is a non projected tip, more suited for nitrous use. It won't affect your car in any negative way by switching
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Br7 is a non projected tip, more suited for nitrous use. It won't affect your car in any negative way by switching
With my nitrous install I pulled the TR6's, put in BR7EF's. It cost me almost 10 rwhp when N/A.
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i would rather lose 5-10 hp on the 7 then have my tr6 turn into a glowplug and torch my motor. the six is not a good plug choice at all.
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My car lost no mph or et between plug changed. Nor does it run any different.
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i would rather lose 5-10 hp on the 7 then have my tr6 turn into a glowplug and torch my motor. the six is not a good plug choice at all.
Gotta agree with that.
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If you lost HP going from a 6 to a 7 then the tune probably off a little.

Add 1* timing and get your 8hp back if your really that worried. I wouldnt be.
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play it safe.
find your own way.
test n tune!!!!
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