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Old 09-24-2008, 12:38 PM   #15
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Nitrous Express is clearly the best brand anyways
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Old 09-24-2008, 12:42 PM   #16
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Old 09-24-2008, 07:58 PM   #17
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Nitrous Express is clearly the best brand anyways
Agreed. NX is all I've ever used but I want to see what the Edelbrock kit will be like for the 5th gen. Right now I'm really considering a 100 shot w/ all precaution add-ons as well as intake, headers, exhaust, cam and a good tune for the juice. I'm sure with this I'll be able to back up the plates reading KR THIS.
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:45 PM   #18
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Agreed. NX is all I've ever used but I want to see what the Edelbrock kit will be like for the 5th gen. Right now I'm really considering a 100 shot w/ all precaution add-ons as well as intake, headers, exhaust, cam and a good tune for the juice. I'm sure with this I'll be able to back up the plates reading KR THIS.
Thats my exact plan as well
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Old 09-25-2008, 12:49 AM   #19
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Thats my exact plan as well
The only bad thing for me is that the local shops suck so I'll end up having to drive to Dallas or Phoenix for the tune.
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Old 09-25-2008, 01:29 AM   #20
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Lolocaust.

Yes. Spraying an LS3 isn't exactly a big deal. It's ridiculous to think that there will be nobody out there putting nitrous on their Camaro, especially with the kind of sales that GM is hoping for.

And don't call it "nos". It makes car guys cringe.




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Old 09-25-2008, 01:31 AM   #21
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The only bad thing for me is that the local shops suck so I'll end up having to drive to Dallas or Phoenix for the tune.
i have one shop in the entire northwest, how do you think i feel. and they seem to be pricks with Really high prices
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Old 09-25-2008, 01:43 AM   #22
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i have one shop in the entire northwest, how do you think i feel. and they seem to be pricks with Really high prices

HAHAHAHAHAHA......HAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.....

Living in the Northeast is good. From my apartment I have 4 reputable LSx shops within an hour's drive. That number doubles when I bump that up to two hours. Of course, within 2 hours of here is also 4 tracks, Englishtown Raceway Park being only 10 minutes away. Atco Raceway and Island Dragway are only an hour and a half. Cecil County is about 2 hours and change. Oh, and two road courses. NJ Motorsports Park and the almost completed Englishtown Road Course.

Yes, I'm rubbing it in.
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Old 09-25-2008, 01:53 AM   #23
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HAHAHAHAHAHA......HAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.....

Living in the Northeast is good. From my apartment I have 4 reputable LSx shops within an hour's drive. That number doubles when I bump that up to two hours. Of course, within 2 hours of here is also 4 tracks, Englishtown Raceway Park being only 10 minutes away. Atco Raceway and Island Dragway are only an hour and a half. Cecil County is about 2 hours and change. Oh, and two road courses. NJ Motorsports Park and the almost completed Englishtown Road Course.

Yes, I'm rubbing it in.
And I live in Canada, on an Island. Northwest of the Northwest.
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And I live in Canada, on an Island. Northwest of the Northwest.


at least vancouver has some decent shops to get custom Carbon fiber body work done.
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at least vancouver has some decent shops to get custom Carbon fiber body work done.
Yeah but I live in Victoria.
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Yeah but I live in Victoria.
only a boat ride away...
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Nitrous oxide is not in my Camaro's future.

On a side note, is it really that much harder to call it nitrous oxide or N2O than "nos?"
Sorrrrry relax I grew up with the slang word
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Old 09-25-2008, 02:52 PM   #28
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HAHAHAHAHAHA......HAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.....

Living in the Northeast is good. From my apartment I have 4 reputable LSx shops within an hour's drive. That number doubles when I bump that up to two hours. Of course, within 2 hours of here is also 4 tracks, Englishtown Raceway Park being only 10 minutes away. Atco Raceway and Island Dragway are only an hour and a half. Cecil County is about 2 hours and change. Oh, and two road courses. NJ Motorsports Park and the almost completed Englishtown Road Course.

Yes, I'm rubbing it in.
Living in the Northeast is good???? You must only drive on the track then. I live in NY too and 99% of the time I'm driving on the street. Anyone who lives in the Northeast knows the condition of our roads. With winter coming, they're only going to get worse.
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