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I know lol I'm on a budget. but I'll thow some picks of my mt slicks for ya if ya want. lmao its cool the nittos are my brothers the car would only be driven occasionally. I'd love to see my wheels up like that one day, but first I need a rear end sub frame connectors head and cam. the 150 is gonna be for some **** talkers on the street. Still the car went side ways on the 100shot at 40 roll
38 Is going to be rich are you running a 62N for the nitrous side? the 35 is about the only one that will get you close 28 is to lean I would have a 31,32,33 for fuel tuning but depends on the car I'm running 62/33 for my 150 shot. The fuel pressure will greatly play into what fuel jet you will need and being on the stock pump who knows you could be lean with the 35F
Nos big shot kit. supposed to flow up 500 hp single Nozzle, placed at the fernco ruber. wich ill be putting it on the new 90 degree intake tubbing that I'm going to put when I get rid of the maf. will upgrade to direct port when I have the cash, if I stay n2o still undesided between this route or boost. leaning more and more to n2o...
found it lol
Nos jetting is a little different than Nx and the jets are not compatible as well with the Nos system and jetting I would get a 63N jet and start with the 38F and then if its rich throw in the 35F that should be a pretty strong hit with 63/35.......
yea 63N will be good should stick with that on the nitrous side and since you already have a 38,35 I would get a 33 as well I think you will be good with either 63/35 or down to 63/33 possibly if its on the rich side.
Ok thanks I'm listening to u guys I'm getting the br7 tomorrow hopfully be on the dyno sat night so all il be missing would be a 33 ?
yes a 33 would be wise to have because most manufactures jetting is on the safe/rich side this is not always the case but start with the 63/38 if its pig rich which it most likely will be got down to 63/35 which should be good but if its still rich 63/33 will do the trick.
If you tell your tuner you're running br7ef's, he's probably not going to make an issue of it. Before those plugs were out, plenty of people were running a 150 hit on TR6's, myself included. I never melted a motor or plug on a 150 shot, nor did anybody I had running on them (I tune).
tr6s will work but, like everything else technology gets better and the new age is the non projected tipped plugs for nitrous. Tr6s where the best option for a long time doesn't mean there is not something better now.