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I was just wondering if anyone had looked into the JMS kit? I haven't really seen it before, and it seems like a really good deal that is just plug and play with some really good results. JMS Nitrous Kit
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Wonder what it makes a 6 run


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I really like this kit, especially their controller. My only problem with a nitrous setup is the tuning. I know a nitrous tune is easy to get, but I wouldnt want to run it all the time ( for NA performance), although I would like my system ready all the time. I wish our cars could use the "flip chip" style sct offered up to the 2004 model stangs..
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Wonder what it makes a 6 run
I'm not exactly sure.. I was hoping a couple of the guys with nitrous would chime in with their opinions. The kit doesn't seem extremely expensive for those kind of gains.

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Well, you don't have to be running N2O to predict what might happen. Let's take a minimal-mods car like mine that's close to optimized for the drags and add what's billed as a "50 shot." You typically realize about 3/4 of the advertised number, so, just answer the question of what 37 extra HP would do for a 3450 lb car.

If I'm running repeatable 13-teens now, I would, if I can make the N2O installation equally repeatable, run 12.60s or maybe occasionally better (12.55). For their rear-wheel 54 HP, change that to 12.40s with the occasional 12.35.

I think this JMS system may be fine, but they leave out all the useful stuff in that video - since they elected for a dry shot, where did they inject it? How rich is their N2O tune? If I do it, I plan a wet system downstream from where the MAF sits in my JLT.
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I found myself eyeballing these kits even though I generally steer clear of nitrous. I like the idea of a small, conservative shot. I have no desire to spray a 125 shot for any reason. To me that's just a bit too drastic. However, keeping in mind the 50-75 shots, do I really think it's worth all the dyno tuning time, potential pooling of nitrous, inability to swap tunes on the fly, etc. for those kinds of power gains? Not really.

I like to have my power all the time but, that's why I like all motor builds. You plan for one situation and you focus all your efforts at that, I feel like you'll be more successful and satisfied. No need to manage boost, methanol, nitrous, etc. but, bang for the buck if this is your thing, is certainly apparent with this kit. But for a little more than a couple grand on top of that price, you can have those horsepower levels on demand with boost.
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That is what I used to think. Until the first time I throttled into boost at elevation... I felt like I had entered heaven. I am now curious how a nitrous hit would feel to spool up the turbo

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