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Old 11-23-2012, 08:48 PM
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When excessive heat and pressure is avoided the added power is not very hard on the block or mechanicals.
"normal 400hp parts" Some of the parts I would pick would be specificly specialized for the nitrous application but no more
expensive than your "normal parts". You need to apply the nitrous but avoid excessive cylinder pressure spike.

Most people get this wrong. And needlesly bust expensive parts.

There is no problem doubleing the power with nitrous, when you go about it right.
I'm no speaking of theoretical or could be or possible. I am speaking from experience.
Both what happens when things are done right and what happens when ever and only if things are not done correctly.
When using a big big shot the window of error is small reguardless of the price of the parts.

Again,, when done right the engine makes big power, does not hurt parts and lives a long time.
Some simple routine maintenance is required-advised. But it is simple cost effective.
If you can assemble it, you can maintain it.

Remember, if it melts down, you broke one of the rules/ laws of physics.
Its that simple.

I never use any "trick parts"... My trick is sound engineering.

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