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Old 06-16-2010, 01:18 AM
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NOZ, If i dont boost my 01' lude with either A supercharger or Turbo Kit is NOZ a safe bet. I know its the cheaper of the three but how safe is it and will it do any damage to the engine in the long run? Any advise.... Cause if i keep my car "Naturally Aspired" This is what im thinking of doing......
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Personally I think no on this. Nox has problems with dispensing evenly (they just came out with something to counteract it) plus I'm not even sure if you can run it all the time, and refills are not cheap. I would just go boost.

As far as damage goes, you need an electronic thinger-mabobber to up the amount of fuel your pushing into your engine when you activate Nox, that way you don't run extremely lean and blow up your engine.


*If I'm wrong on any count someone with experience should correct me, not a big Nox expert.

Also, take a look at the Nitrous forum and the boost forum under General tech, that should give you some good info to read up on.
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Im doing all 3, at the same time, AND installing some hamster balls ;D!
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Please dont call it "Noz"

Anyways, yes it is cheap, yes it is easy, and yes it can go on almost any car (Should it? No).
Is it safe? Yes, if you're smart about it.

Ive never done it on an import but i've ran three different setups on my T/A and i've had it on three other cars. So i suggest you take a look at the stickies in the nitrous section.



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Personally I think no on this. Nox has problems with dispensing evenly (they just came out with something to counteract it) plus I'm not even sure if you can run it all the time, and refills are not cheap. I would just go boost.

As far as damage goes, you need an electronic thinger-mabobber to up the amount of fuel your pushing into your engine when you activate Nox, that way you don't run extremely lean and blow up your engine.
First, NOX is not the same as N2O (Nitrous). Nox is laughing gas i think...

Second of all i think you are talking about5 a window switch, which tells it what RPM to spray. Since our cars are not MAF you run a wet kit which means there is a nitrous jet and a fuel jet that tells it how much more fuel it needs. I could get way more in detail but im guessing the nitrous section has it all covered.
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True words, never spoke, Adrenaline. Abester, you REALLY need to do ALOT of research. You obviously know nothing about this, and if you dive right in, you are going to wreck your car, and yourself.
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Please dont call it "Noz"

Anyways, yes it is cheap, yes it is easy, and yes it can go on almost any car (Should it? No).
Is it safe? Yes, if you're smart about it.

Ive never done it on an import but i've ran three different setups on my T/A and i've had it on three other cars. So i suggest you take a look at the stickies in the nitrous section.





First, NOX is not the same as N2O (Nitrous). Nox is laughing gas i think...

Second of all i think you are talking about5 a window switch, which tells it what RPM to spray. Since our cars are not MAF you run a wet kit which means there is a nitrous jet and a fuel jet that tells it how much more fuel it needs. I could get way more in detail but im guessing the nitrous section has it all covered.
Yeah I thought there was something wrong with Nox, and thank you for correcting and clarifying what I was trying to say. Not an expert on Nitrous systems, as I said.
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Yeah I thought there was something wrong with Nox, and thank you for correcting and clarifying what I was trying to say. Not an expert on Nitrous systems, as I said.
Yeah i've used it a few times

The 175 shot on the T/A is orgasmic, like vtec x5.

I think i might dive into turbos with the lude though...
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if you dont know what your doing its easly 10 times worse then knowing.....nitrouse can go wrong as anything else, i have scene a car blow up on the highway with nothing left other than the driver
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Off topic... Abester7, what part of Tennessee are you from?

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Smyrna. im like 20min. from Nashville but just moved down here from Jersey. were im form.
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SOB!!! Lost another member to Nashville!!! Well there is a big honda/import scene in your area and a good number of prelude owners.
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First, NOX is not the same as N2O (Nitrous). Nox is laughing gas i think...
N2O is laughing gas and the stuff that goes in your engine... It is quite literally the exact same stuff.
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read more info on it! but ive heard our motors love nos/ can take it well due to being a closed deck motor!
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Smyrna. im like 20min. from Nashville but just moved down here from Jersey. were im form.
Heck yeah!!! I work like 20 mins away from u bro. I live in nashville myself.

But anywho. How big of a shot are u wanting to run? U can run a 50 shot on a HEALTHY motor with just very minor mods. Check under the nitrous section like everybody else has said. I've posted in a few of the threads so u can find some decent info. Let me know if u need anymore help bro.
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read more info on it! but ive heard our motors love nos/ can take it well due to being a closed deck motor!
Lies, our ringlands hate nos, notoriously weak. Also, only obd1 were closed deck.
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Thanks for the feed back on the nitrous injection
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thats whats up thanks for the heads up on the topic....
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N20 is laughing gas or nitrous. It is an oxidizer. When it reaches 571 degrees inside the combustion chamber, it release the bonds holding the two nitrogen and one oxygen atoms loose. But you can look that up in many places, including wikipedia (which is probably as or more reliable source of info as any forum since both could have bad info on them)

NOX is and emissions gas which is released from your tail pipe. It is a gas that must be in check to pass your emissions test if your area has them.

You would be best running a wet kit using a fogger nozzle. You can tap into the factory fuel system, but it is only capable of supporting about 70HP more. Which works out because that is about all your stock motor will handle with good reliablity (the reliablility is greatly dependant on the tuning of the system though). You can start with a 30HP kit, this amount could actually be ran dry with no issues as long as you only use it for say 10 second or less, but it's best to add fuel also. It's a good place for you to start since you could do it yourself and get the fuel wrong without breaking the motor. The best way to tune is to read the spark plugs.
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Yea my bad only the h22a was closed deck!
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