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Old 02-15-2003, 01:18 AM
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i have a chevy 350 (30 over) with performer rpm intake and a demon 750 cfm carb, flat top pistons (10:1 comp) a comp cam but dont know the specs for it but its got a good amount of lift to it, dart iron eagle 2.02 heads. the block had the works put on it (bore,balance and all that good stuff) and i was wounder what the biggest shot of nitrous i could put on it without blowing it up.

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70Camaro, are the piston's forged alum. or cast, this plays a big role in the shot of nitrous you can use.100 or 125hp safley almost all day long! Forged pistons a little more. After 125hp,you should have a better bottom end, good fuel supply IE. stronger rods, crank, bearings,healthy fuel pump,fuel line no restrictions as in no cheesy brass Y or T fittings. Retard timing, cooler plugs, a little 110 fuel 3to5 gal. per 15gal. of premium gas. This is just to do it safley without any problems for a long long time.A bone stock 350 could handle a 300hp shot of giggle juice, but just a time or to before it self destructs!!!Have you tried nitrous or ridden in a car with even a 100hp shot? It's a fun ride! Please read up on it though, to keep your motor happy too!
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i have forged pistons and a good fuel supply holly high performance 110 gph.the bottom end is pritty good the only this that is stock is the crank and rods but the rods have been ballanced other than that its all new and not the cheap crap either.the fuel line is really good i got it when i got the carb(750 demon). i am not shure what the heat range is on the plugs but they are acdellco.i was woundering if you got that a stock 350 could handle 300 shot of nitrous from the article in chevy performance magazine.
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might want to get Split fire platinum plugs. They would hold up a little better to heat.
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