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WET OR DRY? 1430

This is a discussion about WET OR DRY? 1430 within the Turbo Nitrous section, where you will Drag Racers sharing info on Turbo and Nitrous applications; had anther motor build. which do you feel is better and what is the limit on systems for a 1430? 13:1 compression

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    had anther motor build. which do you feel is better and what is the limit on systems for a 1430? 13:1 compression
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    The limit is never in the Nitrous system. The limit is how much your motor can handle. Both have their good points and draw backs.
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    ape pistons, carpenter head, using a stock crank this time.... i have always had motor bikes, trying nos this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by RWIORFI View Post
    ape pistons, carpenter head, using a stock crank this time.... i have always had motor bikes, trying nos this year
    Components are good but the tune has to be dead on. Start small (60 shot) and work your way up from there. Learn to ride and feel a Nitrous bike before you go big. You would be surprised how fast you can go with a small shot if everything else is right.
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    you are more likely to have h/g problems with the 1430 if you go big on the nos..there is not alot of h/g material between cylinders and it's just hard to keep it in there,,on a stock block of course.....
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    How about a billet 5 mil block with water jackets dwayne? Not trying to thread jack or anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycle Concepts View Post
    you are more likely to have h/g problems with the 1430 if you go big on the nos..there is not alot of h/g material between cylinders and it's just hard to keep it in there,,on a stock block of course.....
    Even with studs the head gasket still have the have the tense to blow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gixx1300R View Post
    Components are good but the tune has to be dead on. Start small (60 shot) and work your way up from there. Learn to ride and feel a Nitrous bike before you go big. You would be surprised how fast you can go with a small shot if everything else is right.
    Is that 60 on wet or dry? I am buying a new system either way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haniffxwrth View Post
    How about a billet 5 mil block with water jackets dwayne? Not trying to thread jack or anything

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    you good I would like to know myself so I am not spending money in the wrong places
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    im a fan of the mps spyder dry system, i also heard gixx1300r make some nice spraybars
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    AC who tuned it for you? Was it Drake or chuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by RWIORFI View Post
    Even with studs the head gasket still have the have the tense to blow?
    yes the head gasket is still tense to blow on a stock block billet offset 1430 can take a ton

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