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Re: 2 Cyl. Nitrous


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Posted by MLPANKEY on August 20, 2008 at 04:24:31 from (152.86.133.139):

In Reply to: 2 Cyl. Nitrous posted by james rumph on August 19, 2008 at 20:09:39:


james rumph said: (quoted from post at 20:09:39 08/19/08) I have to chime in on this one ! I have run hundreds of gallons of 99.5 % methanol and gone up as high as 15% nitro with nitrous on top of it all.

Aside from the crazy timing advance how on earth are you lighting nitro, IT IS NOT A FUEL.

We first off don't have the rpm to warrent the explosive [ that is what it is]. These motors do not have cranks with bob weights so the vibration and violance from the fuel would tare them apart.

Are you useing that stuff made by Klotz called nitropane or something like that it's been awhile.

Fuel motors use twin mags called 44s they are capable of 44 amps each , that is what it takes to run this explosive [fuel].

Nitrous can be used if a colder heat range plug is used . It works even better with the MSD digital 7 . You program it for less advance at the start of the pull and bring the advance in timing as the load comes on.

These are lessons i learned with alot of years of racing, and "no" burned pistons.



Sounds like someone is blowing smoke up someones fannie!!!!
james if i must school you again the twin mags are to over come the compression that the 750hp it takes to drive the blower makes . compression will blow the spark out.


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