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Old 08-27-2015, 07:01 AM   #11
 
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That's the slip. My 60 could definitely come down. Just going easy on the car. I am running a AEM wideband. I could actually lean the car out a bit if I wanted. It's about 11.3-11.7 at WOT. I have a window switch so I'm only spraying from 4k-8.8k.
Awesome, you are indeed losing time in the 60ft Bump up your pills to a 75 shot. Your current afr is fine honestly. I would suggest not spraying so early at 4k. Spray from 5k to 8.8k
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That's the slip. My 60 could definitely come down. Just going easy on the car. I am running a AEM wideband. I could actually lean the car out a bit if I wanted. It's about 11.3-11.7 at WOT. I have a window switch so I'm only spraying from 4k-8.8k.
Awesome, you are indeed losing time in the 60ft Bump up your pills to a 75 shot. Your current afr is fine honestly. I would suggest not spraying so early at 4k. Spray from 5k to 8.8k
I will be changing the setup for the next day. 75 shot and I'll try out your 5k. I was going to go with 4.5k. I know I can launch the car harder but first run with the nitrous so was just getting settled in.
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That's the slip. My 60 could definitely come down. Just going easy on the car. I am running a AEM wideband. I could actually lean the car out a bit if I wanted. It's about 11.3-11.7 at WOT. I have a window switch so I'm only spraying from 4k-8.8k.
Awesome, you are indeed losing time in the 60ft Bump up your pills to a 75 shot. Your current afr is fine honestly. I would suggest not spraying so early at 4k. Spray from 5k to 8.8k
I will be changing the setup for the next day. 75 shot and I'll try out your 5k. I was going to go with 4.5k. I know I can launch the car harder but first run with the nitrous so was just getting settled in.
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The issue with having it that low is you don't know if the engine can handle that load that quickly. Having it that low is asking for issues as the s2000 isn't made to handle great loads at low rpm. Too great of load and BOOM
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I have used the nitrous before but it's always 2nd gear pulls so never had to baby it off the line. Anyways thanks for info.
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Do u know what ur a/f are? Adding 65 hp with no engine management seems dangerous. Just wondering about this whole setup caus I was thinking of a 50 shot maybe down the road. But I would want it tuned
Yes, a sideband and wet shot kit is more than enough to run a 75 shot. Understand, there are some perimeters to follow. Understand how nitrous works and the difference between a dry(bad) shot and a wet(good) and direct shot(very good but requires EMS). Honestly, a 50 shot won't even be worth the hassle, do a 75 shot and call it done. The stock ecu cannot be tuned. You should search the 75 shot nitrous success.
I've owned nitros before lol. And I know the stock ecu can't be tuned. I have a aem ems on my s2k. Thanks for the info though
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Isnt that trap low for nitrous? Good run regardless
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Isnt that trap low for nitrous? Good run regardless
Yes. I could have ran a lot better. I went drom 3rd to 4th gear pretty early. I would say 6.5-7k. Last year it ran 14.4 at 98.7 or something like that.
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Do u know what ur a/f are? Adding 65 hp with no engine management seems dangerous. Just wondering about this whole setup caus I was thinking of a 50 shot maybe down the road. But I would want it tuned
Yes, a sideband and wet shot kit is more than enough to run a 75 shot. Understand, there are some perimeters to follow. Understand how nitrous works and the difference between a dry(bad) shot and a wet(good) and direct shot(very good but requires EMS). Honestly, a 50 shot won't even be worth the hassle, do a 75 shot and call it done. The stock ecu cannot be tuned. You should search the 75 shot nitrous success.
I've owned nitros before lol. And I know the stock ecu can't be tuned. I have a aem ems on my s2k. Thanks for the info though
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Well great, I'm in multiple threads with my set-up on effective using nitrous on the s2000...Ive had mine on the strip multiple times and I'm just sharing knowledge. I'd know you ran it as you didn't know about the 75 shot success tons of members including myself have had.
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Good to know. I would just be afraid to run it on a stock ecu. But those af are pretty good. Glad u guys are making some cheap power. Always thought nitros would be a good adder. I had nitros on an older car of mine. My s2k is just bolton ems tuned
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Isnt that trap low for nitrous? Good run regardless
Yes. I could have ran a lot better. I went drom 3rd to 4th gear pretty early. I would say 6.5-7k. Last year it ran 14.4 at 98.7 or something like that.
Hell yea. If u went all out def could see 13.4 or better
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