Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: North Central Indiana
there is a nitrous section on here, but it doesn't see much traffic. i played with nitrous for a short time, and i just ran a fuel line off the shrader valve on the rail. not sure i would do that anymore, as it seems like a great way to starve a cylinder and burn up a piston, but it did work with my 100 shot.
a small electric fuel pump, and 1 gallong resovoir might be a better route, flip on the pump, open the bottle, etc...
as for e85, i would just use 93 or higher octane. e85 is equivalent to higher octane (105 IIRC) but you need a lot more volume and upping the jet may not be the enough, plus combine the two fuel sources is stacking up variables. Im not saying it will not work, but i would be hesitant.
maybe someone with more experience can chime in?
1994 GT. 408 Windsor, A5 transmission, 3:73's, Quick Fuel 750, Aspiring drag strip newb, "Built not bought"!
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