you'll probably get more info by posting your set-up
what kind of issuses exactly? like others said the more info you can post the better they can help.Was wondering what all the nitrous guys are doing to keep your engines alive. I keep still having piston issues. Would like to hear some info on pistons and tune ups. Thanks
LOL! Maybe they are right?uh......want to bet ?
Everyone is going to post that you run too fat of a tune up.....
where was the timing mark?what fuel?25degrees sounds like alot to me.Pinching the 2nd ring land around 11 and 1 o'clock. 565 conv head 1150 holley with 93 jets. Direct port with 32n 26f at 5.25 running 25 degrees of timing. Car ran it's best number with this tune up. Plugs to me looked like they had color put not fat
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a 6 spread @ 5.25 is fat?????????sounds like its overtimed. With that tune up I would be a few degrees lower. That 6 jet spread is probably a little fat, but I would also check all your nitrous lines and passages to ensure that there are no blockages.
PS- as a secondary problem, get rid of those Wisecos and get a real piston...LOL