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NOS (100 ponies) 6 7.79%
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Old 08-06-2004, 11:01 PM   #1
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NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

Here i am with my 79' Monte Carlo again. I want more PONIES!. ok, should i stay clean and keep my respect. or sould i play the same game rice dose and use a bottle
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

id do a supercharger, costs more, but always has the power. both would be cool.
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

ok now here's a thought,,, could you posibly have both, giving that you had forged internals and such??? would be fun
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With enough money u can do anything...
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lol, he thinks nitrous is an import thing...
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

with the bottle you could blow your engine easier.
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

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lol, he thinks nitrous is an import thing...
heheh...yeah...its more of an old drag car thing...my friend has a old school nova, supercharged...and NAWSED!! yeah...i always figured it was an all around american thing...that ricers abuse.
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heheh...yeah...its more of an old drag car thing...my friend has a old school nova, supercharged...and NAWSED!! yeah...i always figured it was an all around american thing...that ricers abuse.

i think its a german thing, i believe they used it during ww2 on thier fighters.
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lol, he thinks nitrous is an import thing...
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ok now here's a thought,,, could you posibly have both, giving that you had forged internals and such??? would be fun
You should find out how both of these work and how an engine works before you decide. DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!!!!!
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damn. i wanted to say something first
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

Ah,,, im just gunna run it til it blows up then build a new one,,, this is my first car so i'll do all my mad scientist work on the old junker engine
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

If you're gonna do any forced induction, do a turbo...unless you're on a budget...
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

^^79 monte carlo^^

turbo'ing that car is just plain waste of money. supercharger will give the same results and probably a grand cheaper
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

Okay, I've always had it forced down my throat that turbo > S/C...I can't wait 'till Neutrino gets to this thread...
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Re: NOS VS> SUPERCHARGER

I own a 01 Monte Carlo...The 79 should just stay N/A...
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