yea i know...hes just sitting there while this dyno is going on...barely ever looks up.HIBBoyScott said:I love how the guy in the chair doesn't even flinch when the damn thing pops.
What was the cameraman doing at the end? Checking to see if he peed in his pants?
yes it was nitrousazure_sea said:is that what it was?
good thing it didn't happen on the road? :dunno:
from the guy that owns the carThat is my car and what happened was the tip of the spark plug blew off and into the intake valve. I have been spraying NOS for a long time now and know what I am doing. IF you watch the video the NOS is not used until VTEC kicks in which raises fuel pressure. The main reason for blown engines is the car running lean causing detonation. On a wet kit the supplemental fuel nozzle is supposed to compensate for that. When spraying big shots as I was 150, sometimes the rear cylinders run lean because the order in which the fuel is distrubited. I.E the back cylinders getting less fuel. It is not all bad as the engine is getting all internal parts reinforced and will be a race engine. I have a twin turbo kit ready to install and will be using a 125 direct port NOS setup on it. I am going to shoot for 600 to 700 RWHP.