That would be a waste of money, and I don't care how deep your pockets are.
My experience with nitrous, you must use a timing retard set at 10 degrees when the button is pushed, and by the way don't push that button then crank it over to start. The intake manifold will fly about 100 feet up. :thumbup:cranky1 said:Cast pistons can be used with nitrous but only with a small shot. If you don't know much about it, you need to study up on it or you will melt your engine no matter what pistons you have in it. I've never used it but a good friend does but is real conservative with it and so far, he hasn't burned any holes in pistons yet. His car runs high 9's on motor and low 9's on a 150 shot in the 1/4 mile. The biggest drawback is not setting it up right or something malfunctions and it's just another addition of parts in a system that has to work right or things can go very wrong very fast.
Why do you say that??Pianoman said:Yep. Turbo or supercharger would be a better choice 4 u