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Question anyone running nitrous with their turbo setups

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what made you add nitrous into the equation?

are you happy with it?

what would you change if you had to do it all over again?

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Im watching too, I’ve seen many ways to use nitrous in a turbo setup.

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A friend of mine uses it only to get off the line in his LS powered Camaro. As soon as boost reaches 5 psi he knocks the nitrous off. It's remarkably consistent and predictable.

I helped him set his Holley EFI up for it.

He primarily does it so he can foot brake race, but with the transbrake he doesn't have to bump in like I do.

It works so well on his car I thought about doing this myself, but I never run foot brake. I would never run it down track in my car, the only place I would consider it is off the line to eliminate bumping in.


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I would never run it down track in my car, the only place I would consider it is off the line to eliminate bumping in.
can i ask why not?
it's there so why not take advantage of the added cooling effect?

i'm running pro-m efi setup which has an awesome nitrous controller, but i'm on the fence as you need the pro-m driver, the nitrous kit, purge and bottle heater. at least to do it right.

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