NOS on a accord?

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  1. neil

    neil Put it in the Air!

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    Do you guys think that a 99 v6 accord can handle nos?
     
  2. cleethree

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    to make NOS work properly on a v6 accord you need TWO 100 pound bottles and a motec exhaust.
     
  3. Red_Dc2_99

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    dont use NoS, you'll kill urself if ur motor aint fitted to have it.
     
  4. idontgiveashit

    idontgiveashit I eat rice

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    EDIT: Oh, and it's NITROUS, no NOS. NOS is a company that makes nitrous products and kits.[/QUOTE]

    thank you for clarifying that, after all the wannabes saw F&F its nos now...
     
  5. J_75

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    no no no.....its NAAAAAAAAAAAWZ


    get it right
     
  6. neil

    neil Put it in the Air!

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    I have all bolt on parts for the car. I wanted to know what internal mods i need to do so that my motor can hold up to the increased stress levels. In addition i wanted to know which kits are the best wet / dry and which comapnies have the highest quality parts available.

    thanks neil
     
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  7. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    Yes you can spray a accord, I don't know why you would want to but you can. Start small 50-75 hp at the most and get it tuned.
     
  8. 9100RPM

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    Max 75 shot and thats pushin it. Make sure u get colder plugs and a timing retard device.
     
  9. 2.5RS

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    Um......why would you WANT to spray an Accord?

    Why not start with a platform that was not desinged for low gas milage and getting groceries?
     
  10. neil

    neil Put it in the Air!

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    because i love my car.
     
  11. 2.5RS

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    Ah,...........well then, make sure you don't blow up the engine.
     
  12. Yop

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    well, you can build up your engine, with low compression pistons and rings etc, like if you were making a turbo accord, so you could use like a 100 shot as often as needed, just remember, nitrous prices can get expensive if you use it alot
     
  13. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    If you truely love it, you shouldn't run nitrous period. True it could handle a 50 shot, but its still additional wear and tear on the engine.

    If you want to have a fast car, invest in one that is made to do it. Keep your Honda as a daily driver. You will still be loving it for a long time that way.
     

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