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dean phillips said:
Read some where the V10 will handle a 200hp shot of nitros. Is this correct?

Interesting thought....I dont know, but I wonder how the clutch would respond to it!!!! It might make this face :mad:

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Hey 9 I'd love to hear more about your NOS/Propane system. Can you point us in the right direction?
 

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9 seconds said:
Here's a video of another truck with NOS/propane on it.

http://www.garyjavo.com/
Click on "The 2004 Viper V-10 Nationals Coverage" deal near the top. Then drop down 3/4 of the page and look for some SRT-10 ram lingo.

I bought my kit from here --> http://www.btrviper.com/nitrous.html

More explanation in the FAQ --> http://www.btrviper.com/faq.html
Thanks 9. Question. How safe is NOS/Propane. Not for the engine but for the driver/passenger. Meaning cable melt down, hose leaks, etc. Just trying to get an idea. I have a couple of stock SRT/10s I wouldn't mind adding NOS and/or Propane too.

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Craig,
I think you would have to leak both nitrous and propane to have any problems. The cylinders are easy to reach so I just open them when I need to. To tell the truth, I really like the propane on stock motors. I wouldn't spray 200+ on a stock motor with stock spark plug if I was using gasoline. You can way over jet the propane and it doesn't hurt the HP like gas. It also make monster torque. There are bad things too. The cylinder is fugly, and the cylinder is fugly. Tom's just up the road in Ocala. Give him a call. I've got his cell if you need it. He could probably arrange a ride in the truck shown in the video.
 

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Craig,
got his cell if you need it. He could probably arrange a ride in the truck shown in the video.
Very Cool. I'd be interested in that. Did he do the install himself?

I was thinking about the : TWO STAGE-NOS-Gasoline-Propane…For gains up to 300+ Rear Wheel Horsepower and 500+ Rear Wheel Torque - $ 2,990.00

Not a bad bang for the buck, and for that price, I could afford to blow an engine or three :)


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Tom is the owner of BTR Performance. The install was done on a customers truck. His contact info is on the website.
Ahh. I didn't realize that BTR was in my back yard :)

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