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I'm just curious if i should stick with my NGK 3330's after (if?) i get nitrous. I know mkiv.com said to go with a different plug, but that site has some old info on it, so i was wondering what you guys recommend.

Also, how do you recommend i set up the nitrous system so that it's safest. Should i get a bottle heater, pressure gauge, purge system, remote bottle opener, MSD switch, etc. etc. What do you think is necessary for a safe system? I also planned on running a 65 shot, but my engine has 100k miles on it... so i don't know if i should really add nitrous. I will have the compression tested before i do put nitrous on it. What do you guys think? Thanks.
 
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WannaBe TT! said:
I'm just curious if i should stick with my NGK 3330's after (if?) i get nitrous. I know mkiv.com said to go with a different plug, but that site has some old info on it, so i was wondering what you guys recommend.

Also, how do you recommend i set up the nitrous system so that it's safest. Should i get a bottle heater, pressure gauge, purge system, remote bottle opener, MSD switch, etc. etc. What do you think is necessary for a safe system? I also planned on running a 65 shot, but my engine has 100k miles on it... so i don't know if i should really add nitrous. I will have the compression tested before i do put nitrous on it. What do you guys think? Thanks.
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Stay away from NOS... its safe when used correctly... but if you aren't careful you WILL blow your motor. Thats a risk i'm not willing to take. So i wouldn't run NOS... but if its worth it for you. Anyway, you should have the car tuned for it so the air/fuel ratio is correct (detonation is what blows engines, not the nos itself), a bottle heater to keep at the correct temperature is a decent idea, tho not necessary, and a purge valve is a MUST... because it looks cool. Again... i advise against it. But if you do it its gonna cost more $ than it seems to stay safe. Go buy a VENOM kit... if they have it for a supra. It is computer controlled and can keep your engine *relatively* safe.

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You don't want the VENOM or the ZEX kits because they are dry systems. You need to go with the NOS or NX wet kits because they are a lot safer for our cars. Go with as much safty equipment as possible.

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