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Old 03-24-2007, 10:20 PM
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hey, i was wondering if anyone can tell me what engine i have, i know its a 1.5L non vtec( its a 1994 civic cx hatchback) is it a d series motor or what? im confused about this. I also wanted to know if its possible to run nitrous on this motor, it wouldn't be a ridiculous spray setup, but a safe, setup, professionally installed. So what motor do i have and is nos safe? thanks guys
 
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Old 03-24-2007, 10:23 PM
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d15b8 if i reember right
 
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Old 03-24-2007, 10:29 PM
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I personally wouldnt run nos but thats just me. Its not something i would ever do on a stock setup.
 
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Old 03-24-2007, 11:25 PM
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ok kool, ill stay away from nos for now, i was just curious so i have a d15b8, id like to find a turbo kit or custom turbo someday and try it before a swap, someday when i have more money, and i will also someday be a machinist so i think id like to learn the stuff that actually gets machined, cranks and stuff/
 
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Old 03-24-2007, 11:30 PM
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nitrous = f/i systemthat adds n2o (and sometimes extra fuel) into your intake
nos = nitrous company

Not interchangeable terms
 
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Old 03-24-2007, 11:42 PM
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yes i know the kit i was looking at is from nos, hey dont they make a energy drink?
 
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Old 03-25-2007, 11:08 AM
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yea
 
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well depends if are u responable 2 watch urself on the road and taking care of it, personal i would get a intake so u can spray at all 4 pistion 80 shots basically 20shot per pistion 20x4= 80 shots to the motor more safer then what i am used of seening on a stock motor and setting up on 1 pistion 80 shot directly but serious damaged can be done if u dont keep ur eye on it...cuz u dont watch the spark plugs and the pistions rings the noa will eat the pistion rings slowly by time e****ally in a envirmont of warm summer and cold winters...i seen it happen and i have experience it happen also buts run but the main question is are u responable 2 watch and do what is need 2 be ur motor alive and well...
 
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Old 03-25-2007, 11:51 AM
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well yes i am responsible, i am also mechanically inclined, but from what i have read of your experience and advice, im not sure that i want to use spray any more on a stock motor, i think its something i probally dont need right now, lol but i will look into that i/h anyways thanks guys
 
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Old 03-25-2007, 11:59 AM
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well depends if are u responable 2 watch urself on the road and taking care of it, personal i would get a intake so u can spray at all 4 pistion 80 shots basically 20shot per pistion 20x4= 80 shots to the motor more safer then what i am used of seening on a stock motor and setting up on 1 pistion 80 shot directly but serious damaged can be done if u dont keep ur eye on it...cuz u dont watch the spark plugs and the pistions rings the noa will eat the pistion rings slowly by time e****ally in a envirmont of warm summer and cold winters...i seen it happen and i have experience it happen also buts run but the main question is are u responable 2 watch and do what is need 2 be ur motor alive and well...
You don't spray it all into one cylinder, you spray before the throttle body and it gets distributed between all 4 just like all the air normally does. 80 shot would normally be too big for a stock d series anyway.
 

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