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    1050 Nitrous Project

    Got the nitrous kit in today, And no, My wife will not be making anymore posts. I have been reading up on the instructions, and they say a power increase of 40 to 60% can be added to your watercraft without compromising the durability of your engine. Im going to stay in that range.


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    durability... or reliability..?

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    Trust me,You dont want to push even at 50%,have you ever heard of a 350HP chevy pushing 700HP just on juice? I'd say 30% max if you want it to live comfortable.

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    15 max i would just use it to push the prop a little bit faster in the hole shot ,

    if your going to use it for top speed then the prop will be rubish with out it ,


    just imagine keeping up or beating 4tecs's to 40-50


    those bottles are tiny get the 10 lb'r ordered

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    That's the problem with NOS on a direct drive,unlike a transmission,there is no varible to compansate. Except to run a prop with a heck of a steep step. Like the prop that came with my PSI. Something like a 15-25 or maybe bigger. It would be like running a 4:55 gear or a 3:23,there is a point that each really works the best...if you have the HP to push it.

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    Check with RUNWME he was running NOS on his GPR..

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Check with RUNWME he was running NOS on his GPR..
    Sent him a pm

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    Pulled the carbs and intake off the 1200 im parting, Looking at it to see where to install the foggers. Best place i see is to drill holes in the back side of the intake. Going to pull the intake off the 1050 tommorow and drill the holes out.

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    Installed the foggers today. Problem now is installing the micro switch.
    The throttle linkage has to activate it at full throttle.
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    nice job, keep us informed.

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