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Originally Posted by 4evrwyntr
Read that. And if your car is all icing and no cake, what you've got... IS A RICER!
Originally Posted by MiguelACA
hey everyone, my brother has a 95 325i, he wants to put a nitrouse system in (ZEX if it makes a difference) so far hes put in a power flow intake, iridium spark plugs, and bavauto.com high performance ignition coils, he wanted me to ask you guys if he can put nitrous in it just like that, or would he have to upgrade anything on it like the exhaust or something? thanks alot!
Originally Posted by tomctx
Depends. How many miles on the engine? What is the condition of the engine? How much power are you planning to use? The systems come with different jets, usually from about 30 hp on up. The higher the hp, the more nitrous you spray. The more nitrous you spray, the more fuel you have to add. Is it a "dry" or "wet" system? The short answer is, if you don't put TOO MUCH hp in it, it will probably live. But you won't know for sure until you arm the switch and start spraying. Best thing would be to ask people who use these systems regularly. Like a "HONDA" forum, for example. I know it's scary, but jump in and ask.
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