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Old 02-07-2012, 01:07 PM   #1
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Default LS7 wet shot?

Anybody run a wet shot through the stock intake manifold on an LS7?

How's the distribution, any issues? I've got a stock bottom end and want to run a max of a 100 shot. I'm looking at the Nitrous Outlet plate which sits between the manifold and the throttle body.

Guys spraying, what are your thoughts?
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Anybody run a wet shot through the stock intake manifold on an LS7?

How's the distribution, any issues? I've got a stock bottom end and want to run a max of a 100 shot. I'm looking at the Nitrous Outlet plate which sits between the manifold and the throttle body.

Guys spraying, what are your thoughts?
you'll be fine with the correct tune
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We have done it plenty of times... You will be fine.
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Old 02-10-2012, 10:21 PM   #4
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I enjoy the spray.
110 added whp no problems, I suggest custom tune and all the bells on the gas kit.
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whats everyone else running for supporting modifications? Curios to see if everyone thinks a shot on top of bolts and cam only would be okay with the proper tune and a little common sense. seen some posts where people seem to think 700rwhp is about the borderline for the LS7
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Old 02-11-2012, 09:12 AM   #6
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I've got decked heads and a BIG cam, plus bolt ons, but at 6,000 feet, so take off 20% of power. Would have 570 rwhp at sea level, only 470 here.

I'm gonna back off 4 degrees of timing (24 before, tops, will run 20). Question: Do you pull all 4 degrees throughout the band, or pull less out at lower rpm's??

I was running NGK TR6's at .040", gonna run TR7's (non projected tip) at .034".

I'm gonna put her back on the dyno for tuning, set the A/F to mid to high 12:1.

Anything I'm missing?
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