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    Default NOS KIT FOR VTI AND GLI

    Guys, a friend is selling me a used NOS kit for 30,000 with a full NOS tank! Anyway, I want to get it installed in my 1.3L Gli since my 2003 Vti is fast enough anyway. Can the Gli withstand the speed burst with the NOS? Hey 2.0D wannabees who think your 0D is a racing *** diesel car, come SUCK MY EXHAUST PIPE BABY!
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    tech_wiz bro! please take care of what you write. i'll appreciate it very much

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    EOS 40D, 17-85mm IS f/4-5.6, 50mm f/1.8, 75-300 f/4-5.6, and etc..

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    sure ok mps, no problem! i tc about it!

    and i request u to please also delete the other specific replies for counter, by other people here.

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    Alrito, i'll see no one talks crap against anyone. so peace everyone.
    EOS 40D, 17-85mm IS f/4-5.6, 50mm f/1.8, 75-300 f/4-5.6, and etc..

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    hey man, sure the gli would withstand NOS, but be sure to replace the original pistons wid new titanium ones, they cost arnd 60,000 for FOUR !!!!......the original piston would withstand the heat n the pressure of nos, but not for long, becase the nos burns at a very high tempt. it'll melt the old pistons, titanium ones can withstand tht sort of pressure..........lemme kow how it turned out..laters

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    Actually it really doesn't matter which car you install it to until you connect your kit properly and also there is a general rule from NOS company in USA that we used to use. As all of you probably know the Nos is injected through a nozzle in the intake pipe or connected through a fogger system. THis Nozzle size can be changed. the nozzle comes with a number written on it corresponding to the size of the opening in the nozzle. the general rule is 40% of the stock horsepower. That means if your car comes with 100 hp for example the safe size of the nozzle would be a NOS shot nozzle of 40. which is 40% of the 100 hp. I hope I cleared it enough. IF you have questions on the numbers on the nozzle, don't hesitate to ask.
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