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Could i get better than 15.7 (present times are 17.0) With CAI, headers, free flow cat, 2 1/4 pipe, Free flow muffler, and 55shot NOS? I have never seen any before/after times when NOS is burned... so don't really know how much of a gain there is with it.


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you can expect about .75 to a second off.


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damn what else would i need to brake 15.7??? (want to be able to take out b18) So NOS really isn't the wonder makegofast stuff everyone seems to think it is.... figures.


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I think you'll get more than .75 seconds off for all that rudy. I say low 15's with the shot. low 16's to high 15's w/o.


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no i mean for just nitrous. i'm not sure with all the other mods.


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I wanted to run that setup cuz itll cost around 1500 and still retain gas milage and aslong as i don't go crazy with the NOS its dependiblity. I just wanted to know what i could do with 1500 dollars (ie make it take out a Civic SI).. if that wouldn't do it.... im thinking of saying to hell with keeping it a 1.6 Accent and changeing it into a Beta Accent. That i know will put my tail lights in the face of Honda boys... I was gonna see what a 1.6 can do but i don't have all the money in the world and when i get back from korea ill have around 1500 for the car, that will be the end of expensive mods for the Hyundai. So turbos out the window... When i get a better job than the army accents gonna be work car and me and my best freind are going to start on a straight drag car.


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man which NOS kit are u running a nice ZEX kit will cost you around $500.00 and you can adjust from 55 to 75 hp. When you run over 55 you have to use there plugs and they are around $45 to $55 for a set!

If you run the 55 it should put you in the low 16 sec to high15 sec range. If you go up to 75 ponies it should get you well past the VTEC civic and will prob scare the sheet outa him!

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You do NOT have to use the Zex plugs. You can simply switch to a colder range spark plug (by 1 or 2). I do reccomend that go back to the normal heat range plug when you don't plan on using nitrous though, a stock engine is NOT going to like plugs that are 2 heat ranges colder. If you do have all the other mods, the engine may adjust to the colder plugs though.


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I m not sure how good a 55 shot would do on an Accent engine. On a Honda 1.6L found in the CRX, a buddy of mine was blowing engines here there and everywhere. Thats a Honda, but in the same token, Honda makes NOW some good engines, back in the day I m not sure simply cause I don't really follow Honda.

I think it would seriously run about 1.5-2 off that amount of n2o if running stock. With your mods, maybe 2-2.5. Estimates for sure. But with the weight of the Accent it could be more interesting.


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the only problem with buying a colder plug Random is that most people don't know how to order them from the part store! If you ask the guy behind the counter they look at you like you are stupid!

Fill people in on how to buy a colder plug that way they can just get what they need and not worry about the guy behind the counter!<img src=/images/forums/snitz/wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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yes that is very true,... i remember i tried that and they offered me the bosch +4

They said it was the best out there


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To find a colder plug, it varries from company to company. I know NGK plugs backwards and fowards though.

With NGK the LOWER the first number number, the HOTTER the plug. The HIGHER the first number the COLDER the plug.

The Stock NGK's for the Beta motor are "5"'s. I run "7"s due to the turbo.

The second number with NGK is the plug gap in MM. so 11 = 1.1 mm 8 = .8 mm


Here is the plug decoder sheet for NGK plugs (need adobe acrobat reader)
http://www.ngksparkplugs.com/techinfo/spark_plugs/partnumberkey.pdf

They also have LOTS of good plug info on the NGK website.
http://www.ngksparkplugs.com/techinfo/spark_plugs/techtips.asp

Each plug manufacturer has their own web page, and their own decoder system. I suggest you check them out to find out how to decode your favorite brand. I'm an NGK V-power man myself.

Not EVERY auto parts store is going to have every plug. I use www.clubplug.net to order sparkplugs. You must order them in batches of 10 or 20, which is a pain, but their prices are cheap, and they carry most name brands. Just remember they are in Canada.

If you want more info and an informative read on sparkplugs...check out
http://www.canadiandriver.com/articles/jk/at_001024.htm

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To answer your original question, with the list of mods you have 15.7 should be EASILY attainable, without the nitrous.

The only thing you left out was TIRES and suspension. With wider, gripper tires, and a better suspension planting the car, 15.7 would be easy. With the stock rubber and stock suspension, you will probably need nitrous.


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Thank you again all wise and knowing Random for needlessly complicating things!!

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Does the suspension really help 1/4mile speed? I know about better tires will.


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A lower car has much less drag. Also stiffer springs will not allow the weight of your car to transfer as easily. In other words it keeps the front wheels in better contact w/ the track. Take a look at any car that is built for drag racing and you'll notice it barely clears the ground.


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If you're getting a 17.0 bone stock now, look for a CAI, header and catback to take you down to maybe 16.5ish, on the bottle (55 shot), 15.7 should be attainable..<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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