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#1 Post by joe69Z » Fri Sep 28, 2012 9:37 am

Had a great summer playing with our 355 stocker with an ol' 30-30 cam and double hump heads 650 carb and stock hei ingition, Not bad. Ran a best of 7.37 1/8th mile in a 78' z/28 camaro. Beat a bunch with more motor, Now some of these guy's stepped up to nos, Can't beat that bottle, but maybe we can quiet the bragging ! Need a good nos kit and some help tuning . Never run any type of NOS system. Want at least a 125- 200hp system. Just got a new 750 Bill Michell carb and a complete MSD 6al Digital ignition with distributor, Not installed yet, HELP GURU's ! Thanks for all support this year Guy's. :attack:

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#2 Post by John_Heard » Sat Sep 29, 2012 8:40 am

What kind of budget you have for the Nitrous system?

For what you're talking about, a simple NOS Big Shot plate or similar would do the trick easily. Usually there are a number of used systems for sale, or you can buy a new one.

This is something similar - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... trous-kit/ or if you've got the funds you could get a badder single stage plate like their real street setup - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... et-system/

I'm posting Steve Johnson's kits as he does provide very good tech support for what he sells. There are quite a few people that does this as well like Monte Smith (http://www.montesmithperformance.com/), or you could just get a NOS or Edelbrock kit from Summit, but you won't get the tech support the specialists give you.

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#3 Post by joe69Z » Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:21 am

John_Heard wrote:What kind of budget you have for the Nitrous system?

For what you're talking about, a simple NOS Big Shot plate or similar would do the trick easily. Usually there are a number of used systems for sale, or you can buy a new one.

This is something similar - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... trous-kit/ or if you've got the funds you could get a badder single stage plate like their real street setup - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... et-system/

I'm posting Steve Johnson's kits as he does provide very good tech support for what he sells. There are quite a few people that does this as well like Monte Smith (http://www.montesmithperformance.com/), or you could just get a NOS or Edelbrock kit from Summit, but you won't get the tech support the specialists give you.
Thanks John, wanting a good kit with good tech support, Never used NOS. I'll get in touch with these Guy's. Were drag only car.

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#4 Post by joe69Z » Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:24 am

joe69Z wrote:
John_Heard wrote:What kind of budget you have for the Nitrous system?

For what you're talking about, a simple NOS Big Shot plate or similar would do the trick easily. Usually there are a number of used systems for sale, or you can buy a new one.

This is something similar - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... trous-kit/ or if you've got the funds you could get a badder single stage plate like their real street setup - http://inductionsolutions.com/shop/nitr ... et-system/

I'm posting Steve Johnson's kits as he does provide very good tech support for what he sells. There are quite a few people that does this as well like Monte Smith (http://www.montesmithperformance.com/), or you could just get a NOS or Edelbrock kit from Summit, but you won't get the tech support the specialists give you.
Thanks John, wanting a good kit with good tech support, Never used NOS. I'll get in touch with these Guy's. Were drag only car.
With a good kit and setup, What sort of et's can I expect? Run 7.37's now.

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#5 Post by Craig W. » Sat Sep 29, 2012 2:16 pm

Just adding nitrous on top of a n/a combo is less than optimal. Not sure what pistons you have and what the rings are gapped at. But a 125hp shot is pretty mild and if the converter and gears aren't too wild, you could see some mid-6s.
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#6 Post by joe69Z » Sat Sep 29, 2012 9:30 pm

Craig W. wrote:Just adding nitrous on top of a n/a combo is less than optimal. Not sure what pistons you have and what the rings are gapped at. But a 125hp shot is pretty mild and if the converter and gears aren't too wild, you could see some mid-6s.
Forged Trw flat tops, and rings, set up looser than stock, 4.56 gear and a 4200 stall. Thanks, I'll take that and a little more. have a new Msd ignition system 6al digital and billet distributor and blaster coil and a Bill Mitchell 750 not installed yet. Could these parts add a little more? Let me know and Thanks !

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