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Old 09-28-2015, 04:26 PM
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95 stealth rt. Na dohc 3.0 what shot can it handle and do I need to retard the ignition timing how do I do that? Sorry I'm new here just got the car about a month ago
 
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and why do you want to do this?
 
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Old 09-28-2015, 11:12 PM
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and why do you want to do this?
Because it will go faster easier. I have turbo projects a nd picked this one upfor 400 w 160k runs strong but I just wamt to be a bit faster.
 
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Old 09-29-2015, 07:15 AM
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Because it will go faster easier. I have turbo projects a nd picked this one upfor 400 w 160k runs strong but I just wamt to be a bit faster.
Nitrous is a quick killer in daily use and without proper tuning to go along with it will cause you to be out a vehicle, as it lays your internals across the road.

If you want it to be a bit faster, start with the basics, Intake, Headers, Exhaust (quality parts, not cobble/ebay jobs). These engines respond very well to basic mods, but be careful, they are addicting. If those mods aren't enough, cams can be changed, port work can be done on the heads, etc.

I will give you one piece of advice I wish I'd have gotten long ago:
If you already have projects, don't try to make your daily driver a project.
 
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Old 09-29-2015, 03:39 PM
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Nitrous is a quick killer in daily use and without proper tuning to go along with it will cause you to be out a vehicle, as it lays your internals across the road.

If you want it to be a bit faster, start with the basics, Intake, Headers, mmExhaust (quality parts, not cobble/ebay jobs). These engines respond very well to basic mods, but be careful, they are addicting. If those mods aren't enough, cams can be changed, port work can be done on the heads, etc.

I will give you one piece of advice I wish I'd have gotten long ago:
If you already have projects, don't try to make your daily driver a project.
I've been turning wrenches forever. I don't intend to drop a bunch of money into it. And don't intend to blow my car up.. wich Is why I'm asking what is safe.. and I'm talkin wet shot... I'm not a dumbass teen ager. And I am asking what is safe. Can anyone answer my question? I know that an intake and headers and underdribe pully etc would help. But I'm not plannin on putting much money into it. Please someone that kmows what they are talking about answer my question thank you
 
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OK then. Good luck. Someone with all knowing powers will chime in, I'm sure.
 
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OK then. Good luck. Someone with all knowing powers will chime in, I'm sure.
I'm alright waiting if I need to.. I don't need I want so its all good
 

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