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What kind of setup would it take to equel say a F1r or a 88mm turbo?
On a 408 sbf 4 bolt block,steel crank,h beam rods etc..
Im running a plate now but thinking about a NI fogger
 

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how much nitrous would you need to equal a 88mm at 8psi? at 18psi? at 28 psi?
stating your goals in terms of what you have now and what would you like to achieve would get you more useful answers
 

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Im running a 95 lightning with plate kit c6 foot braking run 6.8-7.0 in 1/8 mile mid 1.50 short time.
200 jetting per NX im wanting to hit 5s at 4300 pound race weight.
Not sure what it will take.
 

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You want to pick up a full second, and you're already hitting it with 200? I suggest you get a get a fogger from IS and make it extra crispy... maybe, just maybe it'll crack a 5...
As far as comparing N2O to a turbo or blower, a good rule of thumb is for every 14.7PSI, you can double you're N/A horsepower
 

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Not sure how much my combo will take.
408CI sbf
Afr 205
Super vic
HOLLY hp 900
Steel crank
H beam rods
SRP pistons(low comp)
1 3/4 steeped headers
SVO 4 bolt block
Comp cams custom nitrous grind
hdy roller
410 rear gear
C6 manual valve body
shift at 5900
Id guess 500-550 hp N/A

Dedicated fuel system for nitrous
 

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Not sure how much my combo will take.
408CI sbf
Afr 205
Super vic
HOLLY hp 900
Steel crank
H beam rods
SRP pistons(low comp)
1 3/4 steeped headers
SVO 4 bolt block
Comp cams custom nitrous grind
hdy roller
410 rear gear
C6 manual valve body
shift at 5900
Id guess 500-550 hp N/A

Dedicated fuel system for nitrous
It's not the nitrous, you need a bigger motor and put the race car on a diet
That set up will never hang with a f1r
 

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Bump compression to at least 12.5 to 13.5, solid roller cam, turn it 7000 plus rpms, spray twice as much, and loose 500 pounds. Thats a good starting point to running high 5s.
 
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