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Old 05-10-2013, 05:25 PM   #18
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I have an question to tack onto this...

I was talking to a couple guys that have very very large engines and spray like 1000 shot. He runs sub 5's in the 1/8th in his outlaw true 10.5 car.

They warned me off on a wet system on stock internals on the v6. said it would get to hot for stock, and should have forged internals before going with a wet spray.

Was wondering if someone had some extra input on that.
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:02 PM   #19
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I have an question to tack onto this...

I was talking to a couple guys that have very very large engines and spray like 1000 shot. He runs sub 5's in the 1/8th in his outlaw true 10.5 car.

They warned me off on a wet system on stock internals on the v6. said it would get to hot for stock, and should have forged internals before going with a wet spray.

Was wondering if someone had some extra input on that.
There's more than enough cars here running nitrous that have put many passes on their cars without anything happening. I'm pretty sure all if not 99% run wet systems
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:18 PM   #20
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I wouldn't recommend using the iridium plugs, use a NGK BR7EF for 100 shot.
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The iridium electrodes are physically very small. Nitrous creates a lot of additional heat that can potentially melt/wear the tiny electrode vs the larger electrode of a copper plug
any particular gap I need to set it at, or is what comes out of the box, good?
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