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i will. I'm going at 2 today. mods are no cats, vararam and b&b bullets and 125 shot.
friday at the track i ran 12.0 @ 123 2.0 60' with a 100 shot and no tune (i know not good) on street tires
Use two stages, first at 100 and second at 150 and you will enjoy it, after that you will never run the car without it. Don't worry a stock motor can handle that without any issues, I did it with a stock LS1 and my car went 10.60et with no modification to the motor.
he said its because it sucked the fuel out of the fuel rails and the pump had to catch up. i think he called it a nitrous spike? something like that.
yeah the torque reading is right. i dont know why it wouldn't be
Sometimes if the magnet or clip on the rpm signal wire skips a beat the tq reading will get wonky... that's impressive that you're making over 620ft-lbs of torque... it looks like it's occuring through the lean spike though, so that makes sense I guess.
Have you checked your plugs? I'm curious how the motor likes that ~500rpm lean spot w/ such high cylinder pressure. Was your tuner concerned about that behavior, or is that length of a lean spot normal for nitrous?