That is good advice. If you are concerned about your tranny, set up a window switch and only spray between 3500 - 5800 RPM. That way, you won't bounce off the rev limiter and spray through your shifts. I found that my GT would rev up so fast in 1st that the tach would fly by the shift point and bounce off the rev limiter before it could shift. If your shift point is at 6000, have the nitrous stop at 5800 and move your rev limiter up to 6500.Abysalone said:If you get a custom tune PCM then I would suggest getting a happy knob to retard timing. This will allow you to step up to 75-100 shot easily.
Abysalone said:Unless you have a progressive nitrous controller then I would not recommend kicking it on at less than 3k rpm. Bad things can happen when you throw a full shot in there at too low of an RPM.
Why is that ? Are you saying any size shot at low RPMs? How do you control when the nitrous squirts when your using a wide open throttle switch? As soon as it is triped out comes the nitrous.
I was able to hit a 13.95 @ 102 with a 2.2 60ft with my Zex 75shot. In hindsight, I was not very smart about usage. I should have been scanning, should have upgraded my injectors to 36#, and gone with the happy knob/PCM combo to retard the timing. Opening up your exhaust is a huge benefit for a nitrous setup as well. You could build a car completely around the principles of using nitrous wisely. It wouldn't necessarily be the best setup for a street N/A or power adder.dayday said:I ran 75 dry on my GT and it felt pretty good. I had a CAI, -ubend and TR6's at .035. Looking back I wish I had set it up to come on after the launch (better control and less likely to break something.) I was able to run a 14.800 with a 2.4 60ft