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Lightbulb NOX w/Procharger?

In all seriousness will a stock motor with a 10# ProCharger hold up to a small spray of juice- say 50hp.? Ive heard of people using it to help cool the air charge after the intercooler, is this feasible or just urban legend.


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I'd like to know as well.

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In all honesty, its very possible. I know people have done small shots of Nitrous Oxide along with a supercharger on a stock shortblock.

Although, I certainly wouldn't recommend it. It would be a ticking time-bomb.

If your really looking for more power, just get a pulley for more boost. Thats your safest way to go. There are too many factors to be involved when running two power adders.

Like I said, its possible...just hard to do and not worth the risk. For more power, just move up to a 12 or 14 lb pulley.
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