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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-10-2015 Thread Starter
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decided on nitrous,

after messing around with my 2011 GT 6spd with many mods,, I decided on a Z=X nitrous system,, Had it installed along with stage 3 cams Cams are Comp Cams and they added 32 hp on the dyno. after installing the Nitrous 75 shot ,we ran it again and came up with 483 rwhp I have a window switch set at 3250 rpms to activate the nitrous and 6800rpms so shut t off. WOT is crazy , I can feel it kicking in.. it hits me right in the middle of the back !! The Cams kick in about 4500 rpms nd I can feel them too-- kinda like having 2 differentPoints of power.. I now need to go on the strip and get some times With a good 1st -2nd shift, and on into 3rd. I am pretty sure of 12 sec times.
If your "on the fence" about Nitrous, maybe this will help you. our strip is 3200 ft elevation , so thats high.

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I just installed my Zex kit on my 01 GT this weekend. Going this Wednesday to the track. I should be around 340whp with mine. Running the 100hp jets at the moment. We need some exhaust vids of your cams.


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I want vids !!!! Sounds like a sick set up man can't wait for you to hit the strip and see what you trap !!!

Lots of parts. Still slow
 
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Sorry I don;t have a video, I forgot to say I have LTH by Pypes. x pipe too and no resonators-- Also have electric controlled cutouts.. GT500 axle backs-410 gears--305/30/19 Invo Nittos that really hook very well. and short throw shifter
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Nothing wrong with the jug. Most power for least hassle, as long as you don't get greedy.

I've tried 'em all. Jug is awesome but for the hassle of filling bottles. Particularly good at high elevation and at hot tracks. FI guys like me take a heavy hit there, especially the latter.

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Sounds like an awesome setup, I see easy 12 second time slips in your future.
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Are you planning on going bigger than 75 shot?
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not in the near future--I need a tune for over 75 shot--I don't have any body that can tune it--no soft wear available-- So I guess I am stuck. I changed spark plugs to a colder type--
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