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cristian1090 09-17-2013 09:44 AM

(nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
hi everyone, i been doing some research on what do i need to run a 75-100 shot of nos and i know i need to do some work to the bottom end... since i was getting to rebuild the bottom end already i figured i can upgrade pistons and stuff like that... any help would be great! thanks

sallydriver 09-17-2013 01:28 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
I don't know really anything about nitrous on a car, but I do know that with these cars, you'll need to reinforce the differential pin in the transmission. Hunt4steve did a complete rebuild of his, and did a very good write up on the procedure.

Others will need to chime in with more info on various things.

billysvue 09-17-2013 03:32 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
[QUOTE=cristian1090;2009899]hi everyone, i been doing some research on what do i need to run a 75-100 shot of nos and i know i need to do some work to the bottom end... since i was getting to rebuild the bottom end already i figured i can upgrade pistons and stuff like that... any help would be great! thanks[/QUOTE]:yes: YOu have to help us and answer one very important question, Cristian:

:arr:HOw much money can you afford to throw into your new, nitrous money pit?

:( ANd if the pit "sinks", what willl you be willing to spend for another money pit?

fetchitfido 09-17-2013 04:55 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
Start with: [url]http://sixthsphere.com/showthread.php/57279-frequently-asked-n2o-questions-and-answers[/url]
Then: [url]http://sixthsphere.com/showthread.php/83209-how-much-can-she-handle[/url]

Pretty much browse the NOS section on Sixthsphere until your questions are answered.

Chub 09-17-2013 05:37 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
Also there is some really good information here: [URL="http://saturnpioneer.webs.com/sprayansseries.htm"]http://saturnpioneer.webs.com/sprayansseries.htm[/URL]

AlexofNazareth 09-17-2013 10:49 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
[QUOTE=Chub;2010005]Also there is some really good information here: [URL="http://saturnpioneer.webs.com/sprayansseries.htm"]http://saturnpioneer.webs.com/sprayansseries.htm[/URL][/QUOTE]

lol. That site and its owner should be wiped from this planet.

sallydriver 09-18-2013 12:48 AM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
[QUOTE=AlexofNazareth;2010081]lol. That site and its owner should be wiped from this planet.[/QUOTE]

Why?

...

ruley73 09-18-2013 10:17 AM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
[QUOTE=AlexofNazareth;2010081]lol. That site [B]and its owner[/B] should be wiped from this planet.[/QUOTE]

Was this really necessary? It's the first time I've seen that site. While I haven't sifted through it all yet, so far it seems to have a lot of useful information. The articles make good use of constructive criticism, and do not simply take jabs at people. Although, some proofreading is in order.

cloud819 09-20-2013 08:24 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
Nitrous can get expensive if something goes wrong. Be careful about playing with anything you can't afford to push off a cliff.

[url]http://saturnpioneer.webs.com/sprayansseries.htm[/url]

I had never seen that site. It is pretty good. Claiming to be the Saturn god is probably bit far, but there is some solid info on the site.

madpogue 09-20-2013 08:40 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
You would think a "Saturn (or any other kind of) God" would know how to spell "pulley"....

97RedSaturnSC2 09-21-2013 01:35 PM

Re: (nos kit) need to know what parts are needed!!
 
i just read some stuff on that site, i run nitrous on another car so i know it quite well. He says to use a dry kit for a 97...
Easiest way to add nitrous to a dohc up til 97 is to use a wet kit. they are available cheap. I personally only use NOS brand equipment. the nitrous line would go into one side of the fogger nozzle and fuel into the other (through a fuel solenoid and nitrous solenoid). Use the service port on the fuel rail to get the extra fuel. I cant remember what AN size it is off hand but it screws right on. First remove the schrader valve of course. A 100 shot of nitrous would require reducing timing on the motor by approx 4* when its activated. Otherwise you can have detonation and really damage the motor. MSD makes a distributor-less ignition system that works with our cars. i use to use it on my saturn years ago. forged pistons are absolutely necessary but definitely worth it if you plan on using it often.


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