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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-09-2014, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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How can you get more hp in a revolt without spending a ton of money and without a turbo?
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Nitrous....

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You need to get ahold of the Frogger he has been running nitrous for years without many problems.
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Thought of that but want something still for trails and dunes. Any other kind of options like a better intake or something in that line? I also sand drag it in our club which has 5 races a year. I'm going around 50 mph and from a 6.33 to 6.19 in time in 300 feet.
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For dragging you should run a tire with a shorter rollout.
Start working on wheel speed for 300' since you are only running 50mph. Try a 25" tire. The faster you spin those wheels on holeshot the faster you will be. IMO that is your best bet at this point and it will not effect your clutching set up like nitrous will. Maybe Pilot will chime in if he agrees or disagrees. It is reported he has many years of experience and tricks.



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For dragging you should run a tire with a shorter rollout.
Start working on wheel speed for 300' since you are only running 50mph. Try a 25" tire. The faster you spin those wheels on holeshot the faster you will be. IMO that is your best bet at this point and it will not effect your clutching set up like nitrous will. Maybe Pilot will chime in if he agrees or disagrees. It is reported he has many years of experience and tricks.
The ton of money is an object for sure. Nitrous for the drag racing would be the cheapest. Just don't use it for the trails. The Weber engine is making just about as much hp as it can normally aspirated like they come in the Redlines. You can gain a little with exhaust and intake improvements. Some more with smaller injectors and the Big Gun programmer. The clutching and tire combo is where a lot of et can gained with any engine improvements.
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I have a fuel controller for sale if you need one.
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I have a programmer and a Big Gun exhaust. What would be the size injectors to run? Would that hurt my trail riding with the injectors and dune riding? Is a straight paddle better or a v paddle?
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I have a programmer and a Big Gun exhaust. What would be the size injectors to run? Would that hurt my trail riding with the injectors and dune riding? Is a straight paddle better or a v paddle?
V paddles are for turning. Check with Easy-E on the injector size. I think he put a thread on here about that. If you change your injectors you can tune the air fuel ratio with your Big Gun programmer to make more hp. If you think more hp will hurt your trail and dune riding then yes. You will need a wide band air/fuel gauge installed to be able to tune the engine to have about 12.5 ratio.
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More hp won't hurt. That's what I'm looking for.
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