I have a 05 Maggie with a 5.7 with a cold air intake, predator tune and cat back exhaust. This is my daily driver and now that its paid off I want to have some fun at the track. My major concern is that the car has 81,000 miles on it. It has always been well maintained and runs royal purple fluids. Is anyone else running NOS on a motor with this millage? Would you recommend I stay away from Nos? Any help would be greatly appreciated
I am not sure if it could handle NOS(Nitrous Oxide Systems.) Should handle N2O, 75 shot easily (Pull some timing with the predator), 100 shot w/colder plugs & Tune, 125 shot w/even colder plugs, Tune, Nitrous Outlet TB Plate.
2005 Silver Magnum R/T
5.7 Stock Bottom
12.115@111mph 1.69 60'
Does the car burn any oil? How many lbs of boost are you running?
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I will be running it in 2011. 100 shot on street. 125 at the track.
Street = moronic
Illegal to have N2O on while on the street
Not a good idea
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you might want to ask john- formerice- how many miles he has on his maggie--
i'm thinking i's like 179000 not a virgin- him or the maggie.
he just took the system off. never a problem!!!!
i have n2o on my magnum-if it's a stock engine i would not go over a 100 shot.
do it--you will never regret it.
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Im thinking of running n20 on the track only. I have just never ran on the track before. It doesn't burn any oil and its always been a good running car. If any one has a good thread or book on installing it I would appreciate it. I am good with electronics and confident with mechanical stuff but I am not sure what I need to get. I have the basics (bottle, purge kit, etc) but im not sure what a window switch is or if I need a n20 timer. Any help would be appreciated.
A window switch is going to spray your nitrous at what ever rpm you set it at. For example let's say u want the gas to start spraying at 3000 rpm but u want to to cut off at 58 or 5900rpm right before u shift your car. Assuming your shifting a 6000rpm. With it set it will do all this for you instead of u arming and spraying the system with little control over it. You would have to shut the system down to do that. U can also set a window switch to spay nitrouis through shifts as many people do on here. Some peole use window switches some don't. Put it like this me personally, last year on 2 different ocasions my car slapped the rev limiter in second gear. If I was spraying with no window switch and wasn't fast enough to shut the system down I could have lost the motor. I'll be running a window switch but it's up to u do your home work.
You're actually safer with a motor that's more broken in, a little more room for the top piston ring to expand. I actually think it keeps your motor cleaner, any carbon is gone after a shot of nitrous. Stick with a 100 shot only at the track. Also you probably will need Drag Radials or once you hit the go button at 3,000 rpms you will violently break traction and hit (safe mode) I had a 2800 stall converter and launch at 2800, it would spin the M/T's about 1 revolution then hook up like a beotch. In a fraction of a second I hit the fun button and never let up till I cross the finish line, unless it broke traction. Once at New England dragway it would break loose at any place along the track, spun across the finish line! With that kind of acceleration, it's best to do it at the track. Enjoy, it's very addictive, I just put a 100 shot on my 125,000 mile Ram, BTW!
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