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SVT SNOB
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Reged: 07/17/01
Posts: 2974
Loc: Burlington, ON
Re: nitrous new
#1295721 (Re: TRicker) 08/08/06 02:18 AM

Sounds like a killer set up, keep me posted . I look forward to seeing the car in person. Also be prepared to drop serious money on the CAT Cams!

Aaron

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AKA NVS SVT
98.5 Silver/Blue SVT#4553
Yeah it's modded
98 T-Red/Blue SVT Contour Totaled 06/05/06
03 3L,VCN 2000,CAT Cams,MSDS Headers w/Y-Pipe,XCal2 and lots more



Edited by SVT SNOB (08/08/06 02:19 AM)

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TRicker
CEG'er

Reged: 06/25/06
Posts: 227
Loc: Center City, MN
Re: nitrous new
#1295722 (Re: SVT SNOB) 08/08/06 02:20 AM

yeah. this is obviously a very expensive build, and i could have a faster V8 for the money. but its still gonna be damn cool. it may not sound feasable but if it doesnt happen, a turbo is. i would rather run direct port because i havent heard of many direct port setups on these cars.

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1998 CSVT
NX stage 1 ford EFI kit
MSD dis-4
B&M short throw
K&N short ram intake
Fsvt Euro 17's
Trubendz 2.5" exhaust
Spec stage 3

249.9 HP 258.2 TRQ clutch slipping the whole time

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SVT SNOB
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Loc: Burlington, ON
Re: nitrous new
#1295727 (Re: TRicker) 08/08/06 02:23 AM

Sure you could have a faster V8 but where is the fun in that when it's been done many times . Eihter way good luck with the build up.

Aaron

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AKA NVS SVT
98.5 Silver/Blue SVT#4553
Yeah it's modded
98 T-Red/Blue SVT Contour Totaled 06/05/06
03 3L,VCN 2000,CAT Cams,MSDS Headers w/Y-Pipe,XCal2 and lots more



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TRicker
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Reged: 06/25/06
Posts: 227
Loc: Center City, MN
Re: nitrous new
#1295735 (Re: SVT SNOB) 08/08/06 02:27 AM

hey i got a question. what did those cat cams run you? i havent looked into them much but where can i get specs on them?

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1998 CSVT
NX stage 1 ford EFI kit
MSD dis-4
B&M short throw
K&N short ram intake
Fsvt Euro 17's
Trubendz 2.5" exhaust
Spec stage 3

249.9 HP 258.2 TRQ clutch slipping the whole time

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posthuman63t
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Reged: 07/27/04
Posts: 1746
Loc: Wisconsin
Re: nitrous new
#1295739 (Re: TRicker) 08/08/06 02:30 AM

I think www.ctamotorsports.com has the specs on them

Edit"

Cost = $1059

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2000 Contour SVT
SF - #542 of 2150

Edited by posthuman63t (08/08/06 02:33 AM)

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TRicker
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Reged: 06/25/06
Posts: 227
Loc: Center City, MN
Re: nitrous new
#1295757 (Re: posthuman63t) 08/08/06 02:40 AM

do you have any before and after dyno sheets by chance? LOL didnt think so. thats an expensive set of cams, damn. i did hear that there are some adjustable cam gears that terry haines has fabbed up to go on those cams so that would be a bonus for the nitrous setup

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1998 CSVT
NX stage 1 ford EFI kit
MSD dis-4
B&M short throw
K&N short ram intake
Fsvt Euro 17's
Trubendz 2.5" exhaust
Spec stage 3

249.9 HP 258.2 TRQ clutch slipping the whole time

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SVT SNOB
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Posts: 2974
Loc: Burlington, ON
Re: nitrous new
#1295758 (Re: TRicker) 08/08/06 02:40 AM

Check your PM, I forgot to add in my PM that mine are Stage 4.

Aaron

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AKA NVS SVT
98.5 Silver/Blue SVT#4553
Yeah it's modded
98 T-Red/Blue SVT Contour Totaled 06/05/06
03 3L,VCN 2000,CAT Cams,MSDS Headers w/Y-Pipe,XCal2 and lots more



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Tourige
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Reged: 05/25/04
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Loc: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Re: nitrous new
#1295799 (Re: SVT SNOB) 08/08/06 03:16 AM

Tricker, its apparent that you know what your talking about and you have big aspirations for your car. But you dont need to go around bashing other products that have been PROVEN to work. And like others have said. Any nitrous system can be safe or unsafe its all in the tuning/install.



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99 TRed Contour SVT # 1853 out of 2760
230.2 WHP @ 6500
237.0 WTR @ 2250

Originally posted by MxRacer:
Originally posted by RawBurt:
I'll be keeping it to myself, until the time comes. It'll be hard to find.




much like your weiner.




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Trapps
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Reged: 08/07/00
Posts: 2882
Loc: The Detroit Zoo
Re: nitrous new
#1304393 (Re: TRicker) 08/22/06 02:58 AM

Originally posted by TRicker:
im sick of people telling me what i have to do. if you have a problem with me talk to a moderator, or whatever you wanna do. dont tell me how to act though. the fact is, these people are going to waste there money on kits that will cause them problems. i have a kit and i use it every weekend. thats a 40$ tank of nitrous going into the engine (not out the purge, like a ricer) every weekend, in about every situation, and its still kicking. i'm just trying to force the fact taht the best kit is NX and its proven.







If you're sick of people telling you what to do, stop posting with such arrogance.

I look forward to seeing your 2 stage direct port $5000.00+ engine & tranny running on the dyno at SZ. Or anywhere else for that matter. I tend to believe what I see.

I'm also glad you have such conviction in NX. It helps to believe in the products one uses. They make a quality product from what I've read. The best? That's an opinion. Your feeble attempt at defining 'best' is a bit short in the validity department.

Case in point? Purge valves. Yep Ricers use them to look cool. So do Top Fuel Dragsters costing a couple of hundred grand. I wonder why? Probably to look cool. Ricers aren't getting anything out of it performance wise; that doesn't mean purge valves are for show only. They serve a purpose. And, if I were dropping the coin you intend to on a very highly strung and stressed motor I'd be considering the value of a purge valve to insure mixtures hitting my expensive motor were dead nuts and to aid in the hours of dyno time you'll spend tuning it.

I've helped instal and ridden in a ZEX kitted car. It was simplistic and didn't destroy the car; perhaps it was used responsibly. It's a great value for someone who want's to add a few ponies to an other wise stock arrangement. I am very familiar with the Venom system, personally even; and I did not waste my money. My car is still running strong to this day - 5 years later and in the hands of a new owner.

Some advice, a mere suggestion really - don't try and force anything around here. Too many people here are smarter than you and I. Don't claim something is proven and then not back it up with referrences to supporting facts. You'll only be inviting trouble.

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Semper Fi
"They've got us surrounded. Poor bastards." -Chesty

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TRicker
CEG'er

Reged: 06/25/06
Posts: 227
Loc: Center City, MN
Re: nitrous new
#1304876 (Re: Trapps) 08/23/06 12:21 AM

go to nitrousexpress.com and read up.

i have a purge valve. when you open the main nitrous feed line, the nitrous pushes pure air right up against the nitrous solenoid. when you purge, you purge the air out. thats why when you open the bottle and hit the purge it sprays for a second before the plume of nitrous comes out. it prevents bogging and surging. i dont know where i said anything about not needing a purge valve or whatever but /shrug.

sad but true fact...... ill have about a 3000$ nitrous kit and about a 2000$ motor and have 450+HP and you can see it at SZ. dont tell me its not gonna happen either, with forged internals and a progressive controller, i'll just jet up until i prove my point.

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1998 CSVT
NX stage 1 ford EFI kit
MSD dis-4
B&M short throw
K&N short ram intake
Fsvt Euro 17's
Trubendz 2.5" exhaust
Spec stage 3

249.9 HP 258.2 TRQ clutch slipping the whole time

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