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Exclamation Nitrous on a 3.8l what size shot???

Hey everyone I just picked up a 1998 3.8l mustang for a daily driver its bone stock im not trying to do anything crazy to it.I have my 92 mustang for the race car. But back to the topic anyone spraying the 3.8l with maybe a 75-100 shot?? I have a extra kit just laying around and I was thinking why not just throw it in and have a little sleeper dont think im trying to make it fast or anything just a little extra hp at the push of a button.But what plugs you using? And any other info maybe some pics thanks let me know


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My buddy is spaying a 100 shot...


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My buddy is spaying a 100 shot...
Whats he doing about timing since theres no dizzy??

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Corral is great for V8's, but the V6 info/presence is not that great. I'd try 3.8mustang.com or v6power.net for 3.8L questions.

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75 shot, talk to justin at vmptuning.com for a tune, 100 can be done but is pushing it

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Corral is great for V8's, but the V6 info/presence is not that great. I'd try 3.8mustang.com or v6power.net for 3.8L questions.
Yeah I look on here all the time and turbomustangs also.Thanks for those sites

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75 shot, talk to justin at vmptuning.com for a tune, 100 can be done but is pushing it
Good so a 75shot can be done safely.I live in va beach so I dont know who your talking about?

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Corral is great for V8's, but the V6 info/presence is not that great. I'd try 3.8mustang.com or v6power.net for 3.8L questions.
I second 3.8Mustang.com, lots of guys with good info.

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go to vmptuning.com and send justin an email for a nitrous tune so you dont blow your car up

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The 75 shot can be done pretty safe with a good tune and colder plugs ,as mentioned the 100 shot is pushing it a bit on a stock engine .

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Thanks for all the replies everyone.So it sounds like im going to be doing the 75shot with some colder plugs the only thing I dont understand is how you pull timing if theres no dizzy??

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I second 3.8Mustang.com, lots of guys with good info.
I hate 3.8, every time I ask a real question I get a bunch of retards from the peanut gallery giving me second hand advice on unrelated issues. lol The mods are like nazis too.
I go to v6mustang.com but I'd really suggest v6power.net for this type of question.

I would think you'd need a good tune to get the timing right.

I borrowed this from a friend, search down to 'timing'.
http://www.ashentep.com/webpages/nitrous.htm

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